The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Pair O' Dice, Oct 10, 2008.
Agreed! Thanks again, Moose! For some reason, it makes me think of the Polynesian.
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Want to change it up this year but just cant picture 1 inch whites up front with either the steel rim or a set of vintage Torque thrusts. Anyone want to take a shot at it ? Going for the old S/S look
thanks moose,..you do neat work.
Thanks Moose...you just saved me some money. Dont like the look at all with the mags. Probably need thinner whites no matter what. Looks too pimped out with that width. BTW....your tshirt link is dead
Looks a bit more drivable...
Mr. Moose—That Bantam is Home now and the way- back machine has been set for 1963. Laying out panels with 1/4” tape. Thanks for your inspiration
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Wow Mike that't going to be one cool looking machine. I look forward to seeing the final product .....Keep the pictures coming!!!!!
Cool pic, looks like some spinal compression going on for the cars passengers!
Whatever it takes, man!
how about a nash metro meets pure hell
And sometime in the future...
Have a buddy doing a Super Bell tribute car. Wondering if someone can try these wheels on it? Thanks!!
Wife thinks the '49 GMC needs to look more retro.
Would like to see wide whitewalls and moon hubcaps. Can you help?
^^ Your wife was right.
The owner has now requested the stock grille returned to it, but still without the trim. I guess just remove the hardware, fill the holes, and paint it purple. Sorry about having you go backward.
Here's a quick one...I like your version better...
Hello all--fifty years ago I built this Austin Healey to race with 426 max wedge power. Before I ever raced it a guy talked me into selling it to him to be converted for street driving and he painted it. I never saw it again after selling. Car was taken to Portland Oregon where it was street driven for several years. I recently received three pictures showing the changes made to the car but they are very poor quality. I love the pictures and would treasure any improvements that could be made to the quality of the photos as there has been no trace of the car now for forty years. The light blue is the right color and I include two pictures of my unpainted car as it was sold-- if you could please color them the same light blue I would appreciate it dearly. Thank you in advance for whatever can be done.-----Rod
Here's a rear view....
WOW---That is SO different from 50 years of etched memory it is shocking. Nice work though.
My main question now is whether or not anything can be done with the two poor photos---they are pretty bad. Thank you Moose
Here's the front view.
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