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  1. Stogy
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    Two Patchwork Quilted Jalopies

    Credit to Photographers, Owners



     
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    I actually was thinking about my Hotrod when I saw it...

    My period is 62ish but I think about the last owner who changed them out may have seen that vintage pic...

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    image.png Not a cookie cutter hot rod.
     
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    Hamber @TTR's Hotrod...I think...:confused:...and yeah it's a real cool one...of a kind.
     
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    A "T BONE" bare bones nothing extra! Is that steam above the radiator?
     
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    Not sure but that to me is Hotrodding in its infancy...That is the highest res of that pic available...being a bit of a Jalopy I suspect you are absolutely correct.
     
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    That's different.
     
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    :rolleyes:...Hamber @trbomax's 28 Chevy Hotrod/Showrod which is I believe his Avatar...well he chose a slightly different approach and he was a quite innovative Teen to boot...He hasn't been on in quite some time...Hope he still has his health...

    Quoted from post below...

    "Here are some pics of what I believe is a '46 front suspension that I used under my 28. I say "believe" because these pics are from 1960 ,I was only 17 when I did all this,so its a little foggy! It did drive great,I used a saginaw PS box on it. The rear is a 3 arm 58 chevy axle,and it too served well.Its still under the car and when I start the re-build in 3 weeks,I am leaveing the chassis configuration the way it was."

    https://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum...action-suspension-really.811965/#post-9098313

    https://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum...er-need-input-on-a-build.816372/#post-9057307

    Credit to Photographer @trbomax

     
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    You gotta' love the Chevys! Very nice build for the day and looks like it held up well.
     
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    100% guaran"T"eed to put a thrill into your day..

    Priceless History...

    https://ahrf.com/

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    My 27 Chev ...Early 80's 27chv1.jpg
     
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    Well isn't that absolutely the coolest thing...Whats the Story CDan?...I mean not the same Hotrod but definitely influenced or perhaps out of the same shop...I suppose this stuff may be add-ons but I'll let you shed some light on it. Thanks in advance...;)
     
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    I believe its at REX rods in Texas.
     
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    Well thats gonna reappear with a bang...Look forward to the transformation...I'm sure it will make the rounds...and CDan if you are following please update us from time to time...;)
     
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    Another couple of cool FB pics
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    What a stunning roadster...and those E&J's never looked better...;)

    It sold for 57k in auction with no background info...Anybody Know the story?

    Credit to Photographer, Owner

     
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    Tpr. Harry A. Hansen is concerned about the safety of the driver of this unique propeller-driven vehicle built in Paris, MO, in 1945.

    :rolleyes:...Just when you thought you'd seen everything...Gotta admit theres some Hotrod Hoodlum in there for sure...:D

    Credit to Photographer, Owner

     
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