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Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by The37Kid, May 17, 2017.

  1. Baron
    Joined: Aug 13, 2004
    Posts: 3,557


    Just hit the three year mark on my Rdstr. I'll be out this summer, by hook or crook.
    Nov 2016
    2016-11-02 18.23.52.jpg Nov 2017
    Nov 2018 20181027_165031.jpg
    Nov 2019 Chassis 11 25 19 a.jpg
    swade41, -Brent-, Fordors and 3 others like this.
  2. 53studecoupe
    Joined: Nov 25, 2010
    Posts: 202

    from Eagle WI

    It may not qualify as a slow project yet but where I am starting from with just a frame and nothing else I can read the writing on the wall.
    31 roadster.

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  3. The37Kid
    Joined: Apr 30, 2004
    Posts: 28,083


    ^^^^ Looks like a good frame to start with. Bob
  4. 1932 3W original chassis, French flathead,39 box, Rodline fibreglass body
    1939 Mercury coupe with a 1954 331 Chrysler Hemi
    1954 Willys Jeep with a 1969 Cadillac 472-TH400
    So enough to do next to some motobike and moped projects.
  5. I have this....So far, new wire harness, upholstered seat, interior panels....needs——-window and door regulator shafts stripped, 65 mustang lights removed from rear fenders need patching, dash had 3 gauges, radio, CB and a speaker (all removed) that needs patching, a general going over and de-grease/cake on dirt, hubcaps and bed wood repaired......this is the 3rd one I’ve owned and by far the cleanest body from being parked indoors for over 30 years... 36FE3E96-9AFE-4389-96DA-47830122B65C.jpeg
    Last edited: Oct 4, 2020
  6. Jason Mitchell
    Joined: Sep 4, 2020
    Posts: 45

    Jason Mitchell
    from Memphis TN

    Im working on a 29 Tudor currently. It'll have a rusty old 59A motor, '39 trans, '46 banjo rear, '46 juice brakes, and '35 wheels.
    I just recently set the body on the chassis. Video here....
  7. Jason Mitchell
    Joined: Sep 4, 2020
    Posts: 45

    Jason Mitchell
    from Memphis TN

    This is exactly what I'm going for on mine.
    Cliff Ramsdell and 48fordnut like this.
  8. Stock Racer
    Joined: Feb 28, 2010
    Posts: 702

    Stock Racer

    I've owned the 62 Biscayne for twelve years and the T Coupe for nine. O.T. Race Car takes up most of my time and all of my money. I recently retired and figured things would change but now I'm remodeling my house to sell it and move. When I move, I want to build the garage of my dreams and who knows how long that will take. So... who knows when they'll get done. I've decided to just throw an engine and a front end on the 62 this winter and get it running. I plan to have a lift at my new place so I can do a body off on it at that time. I do enjoy just owning them but running cars would be more fun. IMG_1683.jpg IMG_0826.jpg
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  9. Baron
    Joined: Aug 13, 2004
    Posts: 3,557


    3 and 1/2 years. Just dropped if off to have the interior completed and still need to wet sand and buff the hood. Nice to see the end in site. :) 20201001_135627.jpg
  10. goldmountain
    Joined: Jun 12, 2016
    Posts: 2,862


    I clearly remember starting to build my frame at my friend's garage because he had a metal cutting band saw that I needed to use. That same weekend, his daughter was getting married and everybody in the house was busy with the reception. My thought was that true friends don't invite you to their kid's wedding. Now I hope to finish this thing before her kids graduate university!
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  11. Cliff Ramsdell
    Joined: Dec 27, 2004
    Posts: 1,273

    Cliff Ramsdell

    Noticed that it’s been awhile. Car is up and running. Enjoying it with the family.

    Cliff Ramsdell

    Wife and grandson.
    Me, my wife and mother-in-law 884125BC-E39D-4F6C-9779-483BC7ABD5CD.jpeg
    The dogs, one looking very guilty.
    Last edited: Oct 5, 2020
  12. trikejunkie
    Joined: Dec 2, 2011
    Posts: 85

    from Scotland

    I have various projects but currently building a house( and fed up of people that have never even changed a tap washer telling me its been a while!) BUT in order of getting done I have my International to get a diesel (to run on Veg oil).My 30 A Coupe-full build ,and on the sidelines a 48 Chief , and 2 shovelhead builds -not to mention my 1340 evo, my race bike and another Basty frame to build a Chout ....................i will probably die before they are done ,but its better than watching TV

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  13. -Brent-
    Joined: Nov 20, 2006
    Posts: 6,064


    In the year since I posted, my coupe is now a roller and has most of the major fabrication complete.

    Feels good.
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  14. neilswheels
    Joined: Aug 26, 2006
    Posts: 911

    from England

    Go on then, i'll play. I bought my first 40 for my 40th Birthday. Always wanted one, so sold a relly nice OT car and bought a 40 sedan of ebay....big mistake, kept it about a year, then sold it and bought another one that was already in the UK, so I could have a look at it before I spent my cash.
    So, its 15 years later, still building it. It kind of changed direction, I always wanted to hot rod it, but thought it would be 'quicker' to semi custom it, basically a stock car lowered alot with skirts and whitewalls. It was taking a lot longer than i wanted, so decided to send it out to a place to get it just about driving. But then i thought about it, and decided that if im giving someone that much money, I may as well get the car I want, so all the drive train got taken out, new engine, trans and rear suspension, a great leap forwards, but I basically got a non driver back for the money I had, so its back to an hour here and there. I've just changed my working days (self employed) to be Tuesday to Saturday, giving me a firm one day a week (Monday) of car time. The build is in my 'signature' at the bottom, if you have the time in between your busy car building schedule,,,,
  15. 97
    Joined: May 18, 2005
    Posts: 1,810


    Just give Bob the doors, he will fit them to his project and give you back the ones with no tops when you get around to needing them! :rolleyes:
  16. Rand Man
    Joined: Aug 23, 2004
    Posts: 3,846

    Rand Man

    I have had a 1953 Ford Customline 2dr for four years. Work on it as my health allows. I got a 1950 Lincoln last fall. It needs the gas tank put back in to be a driver. I have ordered the clean out kit. I will start the Ford and look at the Lincoln today.
  17. 1pickup
    Joined: Feb 20, 2011
    Posts: 1,043


    Ha! I forgot about this thread, & that I posted on it. update: '63 Wagon was completed & sold last year. Kinda miss that boat. '39 Standard is mechanically back together. Rebuilt the trans / rear suspension / rear shock upgrade. Drove it around the shop. Then, cut part of the floor out for rust repair. It's almost back on the road. Some progress on the chopped truck (new front suspension, some metal work) & ain't even touched the Buick. So, now 1(maybe 2) project(s) qualifies? I need to get busy.
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