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

  1. WB69
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    Nope..
     
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  2. flatout51
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    Curious what 1950 olds park lense/turnsignal grills would look like under the 55 head light... SmartSelect_20200604-134241_Instagram.jpeg 1950-olds-donna-kennedy.jpeg

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  3. madfish
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  4. Squablow
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    I like that chopped '55 with the squares in the grille, and I was prepared to dislike the Olds parking lights but it actually looks nice, I like it.
     
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  5. flatout51
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  6. Peanut 1959
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  7. low budget
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    Hmm, Guess I wasnt the only one who thought cragars would be a good idea on something like this after all.....Just ran across this on marketplace for 13k in Tenn.
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  8. Unclebrad
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    Wondering about a little more slant on the tailgate would look like...
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  9. Trust me I was eyeballing the cragars on the Fargo...I love them on almost everything! I do have a set of aluminum slots coming as well.


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  10. How would this 56 look with wide whites and caddy sombreros or any other popular 50’s wheel covers? Stock height and lowered a couple inches. Thanks
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  11. low budget
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    57 lincoln
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  15. madfish
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    @Scooterville

    Are you sure it's not just a matter of putting whitewalls on your car?


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  16. Rot 'n Kustom
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    I did two versions. The first is stock body, lowered with 1959 Olds wheel covers; a nice '50s look, but not seen too often. The second version is still a mild custom, but takes it a bit further down the road.
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  18. raymay
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    A Friend freshened up his 34 Dodge Pickup that he stopped driving and took apart back in the 80's. After doing the chassis, a new engine and a few more upgrades he is happy to be back behind the wheel. Now he is looking for ideas for his wheels. So far he likes wheels with gray centers. He would like to see how the truck might look with wheels similar to the 5 spoke ones that I have on my 56 ElCamino. The gray center style Rocket Ignitor and Rocket Fuel are also a couple he says he likes. Any other ideas you guys might have could also be helpful in his search. Thanks

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  19. Can someone put my newly traded for five spokes on the front of this previously photoshopped photo. Still trying to find a good match for those rears.
    Thank you

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    Thank you much, still not sold but just for shits and giggles how bout these on the front. I'm normally against these on a fendered car but I got them in trade too.

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  23. louisb
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    Hi,

    Could some kind soul add white walls, black rims, w/ rings and caps to this truck, drop it so the fenders sit on top of the whitewalls and removed the Chevy? Trying to decide if I like the patina look or if I am going to paint it semigloss black.

    Thanks,

    --louis

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  24. madfish
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    @louisb

    Keep the patina, please.

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  25. louisb
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    That does look pretty sweet. Thanks!
     
  26. 1-SHOT
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    Could have straightened the door handle, they always seem to drop
     
  27. jimmy six
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    It’s not a Chevy!
     
  28. louisb
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    The other car in the foreground is/was a Chevy. The truck is obviously a much cooler Jimmy. :D
     
  29. madfish
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