The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by Joe Rosales, Feb 17, 2018.
Merry Christmas! Best wishes to you and the project in 2022. Bob
Got Frame back from powder coat, now final assembly! Stay tuned
I remember my first frame back from powder coat. Part Nr. 1. Its all down hill from here, right?
So far so good!
Forgot to post some photos of the transmission tunnel cover. Copper seem to be a much better fit than steel. Wouldn’t you agree?
Yes I agree...and the plaid is a nice touch too and the wood and...and...
Did you solder the copper seam @Joe Rosales?
Fitting a Model A hood to a 33 truck grille.
Thanks so much
this build has been awesome to watch i remember coming to visit you and chris in 2015 and it was just starting. your guys work is next level!
I love the little touches that catch the eye everywhere on this. Great quality build.
Ok. I been lurking on here for a long time, never really felt compelled to comment until now. I just read this entire thread, and all I can say is WOW!. You and your buddy are some bad motherscratchers. This car is the pussy’s whiskers. Nice work.
Thanks so much!!
Almost time to take her out for a spin, all that’s left is the exhaust.
I've seen those rigid mounted fuel lines before, and I still think it's a bad idea. Vibration and movement of the engine will make them fatigue crack eventually.
@Steve Ray take another look, they aren’t ridged. There’s rubber between the hard lines on the carb and the fuel block.
OK I see the rubber lines on the block. Good job on that and making a sport coupe look cool .
Oh man this is turning out so well, LOVING all the little details and overall stance. KUDOS!!!!
You nailed it! Good job!
Rolled her outside for the first time!
I saw the car in person yesterday. Amazing work !
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