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Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by Ryan, Mar 4, 2019.
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Nice looking A!
Well done, there is something special about owning & driving a hot rod in different stages, modifying it and ultimately ending up the the car you have envisioned, there is a certain satisfaction in standing back and realizing you have built a car that has met or exceeded your dreams.
Wikipedia should show a photo of this car when explaining what a traditional hot rod looks like. HRP
Love it. Fantastic photos
real rod with real pics that show it off
Offenhauser fuel block is tits.
Beautiful and tasteful car
I’m glad ultra slick, incredibly finished traditional hot rods are out there and being built, but ultimately – this is my kind of car fellas… This is where I find my inspiration and my passion. This is what traditional hot rodding is all about for me:
Wholly shit !!!........Mark
Nailed It .
John is a real hot rodder. With the talent for building, the eye for style, and the feel for tradition. And a super nice guy.
nice looking, well made, good pic's too
Awesome Hotrod...thanks for sharing some flavour from our Hotrod brothers across the big divide...its always nice to see stepping back full circle.
One thing I find interesting is the seat height in this chopped coupe...it might be an illusion but it looks rather close to stock height...perhaps its ultra cushy sinky...or height of Owner dictates...anyways no complaints just an observation...thanks for sharing...
Sweet A. Model A´s rule...
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