The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by onekoolkat1950, Dec 24, 2015.
Now that's Cool !!
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This is Mike Gearings old car. Has been in town here for many years.
Now if ya have to trailer it do it in style...
New England Rockers
Wow. Digging the #5 car in the second set! Gary
Tall T Tub
Just another cool story...
#5 The Backside
Collectively Worldwide the North American Hotrod/Custom evolution is very diverse and
that makes it much more interesting in my opinion...
Friends for Life...
Just an amazing picture...
@onekoolkat1950 how ya doin? As soon as I saw this I thought right back to your opening statements...
There are a LOT of great cars on this thread but this one... just WOW! I love it!
21 k...its for sale have you checked the link...it has a lot in common with Mr. Model T's Hotod T...
Heres another earlier one...
Credit to Photographer, Owner
Great great GREAT!
Yeah, my screen name is “bread” but I have none. I have to settle with building my stuff from scraps others would walk away from. That’s one of the reasons I love this thread- so many pics you’ve posted showing historical backyard builds. Thanks for all your effort!
Would love to see this paint job without the young fella in the way!
Yeah, Old guys with hair are always show'n off. I hate 'em!
Anybody have any more pics and info...
hope good health is still with I'm assuming the owner sitting.
Perhaps a Hamber even better...
I think these might fit this thread, 50's Brazilian race cars, all survivors (pictures from a 2007 event)
39 Chevy, 283, chopped and sectioned
1934 Ford, Y block, parallel springs (frame swap?)
no info on these...
1938 Ford, also Y Block powered
3 1940 Fords, still with the flatheads
1940 Ford, Y block
1937 Chevy, 283 power, Shortened, one of the first local race cars to use seat belts (stolen from a DC3 plane)
Cool stuff @GraeffSS those look like a heck of a lotta fun...South America has a great deal of North American vehicles in its history. It is just amazing to see these vintage survivors ready to rock and roll and continue as they did so many years ago. Hats off to those that are embracing and preserving this history...Love it......My favorite is that stealthy #2 which looks to be a Chevy. Thank you for sharing these gems.
Hamber @junk yard kid's Hotrod
Vintage pic Posted by @nostalgia59
You'll get there...I have dreams too and they don't fall into my lap that's for sure...There's a lot of walkaways here thats a given...I am much like yourself in awe of some of the goings on around here. I hope someday to see your vision here amongst the crowd. T's are one of the more economical candidates and make really cool Hotrods'.
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