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Hot Rods Tired of homogenized hotrods

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by onekoolkat1950, Dec 24, 2015.

  1. Six Ball
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    @Tim thanks...is Jimmy a Hamber? I like to mention them. The logo in the video is quite familiar as I've seen it before. A wee bit over the top but I like it. Great video work to. A great deal of these videos are very well done.
     
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    We had a beautiful and complete 1932 Plymouth roadster of our farm in Texas. As a kid I played in it and as I grew older and my brother got us into hot rods I planned on getting it running. One day I got home from school and found that may dad had spent the day cutting it into scrap along with a '40 Dodge and a '41 Ford pickup. Times were tough.
     
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    That scenario was one played out many times. Life was different that's for sure. This still happens though in some of those wrecking yard/private estate dissolvings...:(
     
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    I have a great appreciation for these construction shots...the design possibilities are many, however the extension was not to be but yeah maybe a photoshop adventure down the road...;).

    The final product was very polished. Did you check the the link out...underneath the metalwork is just as impressive.
     
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    No he is not, the place that makes the videos just buys and sells old cars. He completed this one probably 3 or 4 years ago.

    Looked nuts with the blower on it, show rod for sure. I’ll have to dig around and see if I can find any shots of it with the huffer on it
     
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    It may be posted back in this thread...I can remember one in particular...Update no it wasn't...;)
     
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    Spring ahead of axle, don't know what's going on around the steering arm. No front brakes, engine either setback or in rear. Channeled and sectioned. It's a wild altered correct.
     
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    Hamber @rbantique

    He has had many rides and shared an incredible amount of valuable resources to the Hamb and has an eye for interesting unique Hotrods and I believe they are complimentary to the cool and different gracing this thread...

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    Another very unique Hotrod created by the Late Hamber Xderelict...quite a talented fellow he was...
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    RIP Xderelict

     
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    More incredible footage of the evolution of Hotrod
    posted by @rbantique
    there are many styling cues often contested and misconstrued
    but pics or it didn't happen...you know the drill...these are fantastically cool shots of which some may
    have been posted some time ago within the context of this thread...however I have found the source and heck can't see these enough...Thanks RBantique you certainly have encountered some amazing treasures in your former
    profession of antique collection...

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    https://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/threads/as-they-were.758207/page-82#post-12631182

    Credit to Photographer, Owner
     
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    This thread is always at the top for me. Great rides and not homogenized gets my vote.
     
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  26. Quite obviously NOT a "Roadster" since none were produced in '33 and body styling features of this build even suggests otherwise. o_O
    Not to mention that other than the body, nothing else, including chassis, running gear, suspension, steering, etc seem to have anything to do with an early Plymouth :rolleyes:
     
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    looks like FIBERGLASS to me...
     
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