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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Pair O' Dice, Oct 10, 2008.

  1. roddin-shack
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    Wow!!! those wheels look great. Makes the car look mean and clean.
     
  3. So I am thinking about my new car and was wondering how it might look as a tow car. My car is a black '38 zephyr sedan. All I have for a side shot at this time is on the trailer but there are factory photos out there. The vehicle in tow would be a model T speedster.
     

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  4. Forgot to say I am thinking about lowering the Lincoln as much as possible by just changing the springs, the trailer Im thinking to keep it prewar lightweight and single axle.
     
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  6. Peanut 1959
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    Weren't tow cars just cars? I don't know what you'd have to do to it in Photoshop...
     
  7. Thinking what it would look like towing a speedster and trailer behind, photoshop it all together as a "rig"
     
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  8. Wow Moose, been wondering what the final product would be. Still can decide on the wheels I have the rodmaster and the steelies. Hate to be a bother, but could I see the gray one with the steelies and white walls. Thank you for doing this. Your the man. Also noticed you put the hood trim on. Nice touch.
     
  9. Peanut 1959
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    Oooooh, I gotcha'!
     
  10. greaser 35
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    Hi themoose the rocket car is :
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    OR
    [​IMG]
     
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  12. NashRodMan
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    Commodore, just a suggestion....don't lower it too much if you are going to be towing. I've lowered my car (avatar) and am fine until I have a couple of people in back seat. Then it bottoms out which is not good. I can't imagine how it would be with a trailer back there. Unless you are thinking of air shocks or bags, then that is a different story. I like the combo and can't wait to see it together!
     
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    Never used this thread, but always enjoy it! @themoose does this outa the kindness of his heart?!...no fee? Whata BROTHER!!
     
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  14. Peanut 1959
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    They all do, and it is freaking awesome! I can't say enough good things about the folks who give of their time for fellow HAMB-ers, like this.
     
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  15. NashRodMan
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    I agree!
     
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  16. My thought was I would get somewhere between 1-2 inches by reversing the eye and changing the arc a little. I would like to ad a bag in there that can be inflated when towing so long as it is just bolted in and nothing more. I don't want to make any permanent changes to the car.
     
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  19. fine29
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    Could someone do a few renditions of this Maybe? Looking for white with a flaked roof and Astro supremes and also a version of kandy blue with Astro supremes. Thanks in advance.
     

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  20. No others takers so I'll give it a try....


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  24. Thanks, gives me a good idea. I'll be keeping the trailer as short as possible and probably use some finders to match the era as opposed to stock fenders.
     
  25. greaser 35
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  26. OahuEli
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    0. 34 Caddy Series355 7 pass.jpg Here's a question for the Photoshoppers out there. What would you do if you inherited your granpappys old 1934 Cadillac Series 335 7 passenger car? View attachment 4196012
     
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  27. OahuEli
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    I think I'd take the grandkids land speed racing,
    34 Caddy Series 335 land speed racer.jpg
     
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  28. It´s not difficult to come up with something more stylish than that stock body.

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  29. LBCD
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    Amazing!!!


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