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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Speed Gems, Feb 6, 2021.
Remember; "Always leave the windows just high enough to slip tickets through!"
(photo via H.A.M.B.)
The Cal-Neva coupe. Pictures by @Jimmy B
More Cal-Neva coupe. Thanks for the screen grabs by @Stogy and @Jive-Bomber .
Thread by @Jive-Bomber
There was a reason. Rules stipulated a minimum windshield height. They took more out of the rear because they could.
You'll see on several of the 34's that the builders cut the shit out of the roof and extended the windshield into the roof to satisfy rules.
Here's a few more I found in a thread by @Jimmy B
https://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum...uary-1952-unseen-1951-dry-lake-photos.984254/ Unfortunately no mention of any of the drivers names.
Here's a screen shot of @tdog 's coupe from an old 8mm film from the 50's . Hopefully he can post the full video soon.
Anybody know the story on this one?
Posted by @40ragtopdown in the Traditional images thread
Great pics Mr. Ron. I guess you are an avid picture taker. For some reason mine look good as im taking them then not so good when done. Guess practice makes perfect
Here's more i found. Mostly from @40ragtopdown in the Images that need no explanation thread.
Owners unknown, Bonneville Speed Week a few years ago.
New vid from @tdog
it's not for the faint of heart.
Saw this a few years back at a swap meet
Ed Pinks '36 Ford?
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any more pictures or info on the black show coupe with the blue windows in post 487
Saw this at vintage tourque fest the other weekend.
Have mixed feelings........
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Train wreck waiting to happen
It’s taken 10 years to build this coupe, which works out at a chop of 1” per year. Should finally be driving this week...
Off the chart cool!
these look like the same car.
You mean time slips.
Perfect. Engine if not a flathead maybe a early Olds or Cad?
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