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Hot Rods Traditional style 32-34 ford fiberglass cars - Any pic's?

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Fordor Ron, Aug 20, 2015.

  1. Rice n Beans Garage
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    Sure thing Bob that coupe was Bad Ass
     
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  2. 31hotrodguy
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    Yup, that is my favorite! It was my inspiration for my 34 project. I don’t think
    JustplainJ has been around here for awhile.
     
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  3. He's into Porsches now....
     
  4. Nicholas Coe
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    Killer car! Anyone would be proud to have that one in their garage.

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  5. Besty34
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    [​IMG][​IMG]
    Here’s my old plastic coupe from the nineties and my current build nearly finished


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  6. Two stunning rides.:cool::cool: JW
     
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  7. jimgoetz
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    If I posted this before I apologize but this 32 belongs to my buddy Jeff Greene. The body is a one off hand lay up. DSCN1214 (4).JPG
     
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  8. Gman0046
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    Traditional Fiberglass car? An oxymoron if I ever heard one.
     
  9. Nicholas Coe
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    Traditional "looking" fiberglass car. Mine came in a little box with glue. I think it even said "traditional" somewhere on the box. 971c7a9bb08dff5334806f9f7dc74006.jpeg

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  10. DDDenny
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    Just to bump this thread.
    Though I do actually participate in this thread I agree with you, the title is kind of odd.
     
  11. fegsta
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    One of my favs Johnny. Dam you knock some cars out. All the best Tim. O How's life on the island?

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  12. jimgoetz
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    Well the first commercial made glass T bucket came out in 1957. By the very early 60's there were thousands of them being built and they were running flatheads, Olds, Buick, and etc. etc. etc. for engines. Early drum brakes, banjo rear ends, I could go on and on. A good friend of mine built a 23 (If I remember right) actual steel with a short pickup bed and it freaked a lot of guys out because nobody around ever saw a real steel one. Northeast Ohio so I guess most of them had just dissolved .
     
  13. 31hotrodguy
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    Though I do actually participate in this thread I agree with you, the title is kind of odd.[/B][/QUOTE]

    I’m confused. Do you guys feel that aftermarket traditional themed fiberglass cars are not with in the guidelines of the H.A.M.B.? If that be the case good question. maybe we can get the moderators to clarify?



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  14. Besty34
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    Yep life is good, thank you


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  15. j3harleys
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    The heading does not say traditional fiberglass cars. It says traditional style fiberglass cars. Just sayin.:confused:
     
  16. low down A
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    anyone that takes offence to any car posted in this thread you wouldn't expect them to understand simple english
     
  17. Nicholas Coe
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    Just having fun! Anyone got any more cool cars?

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  18. tim troutman
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    SOMEWEAR UNDER THE RAINBOW 20200525_200322[1].jpg
     
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    Nice old photo's of the UK scene, and two of my favourite 'traditional style' glass car's, Jim T's roadster, and the ex-Pete Tyas chopped n channeled coupe - which later ended up in the USA for many years.

    Another nice traditional style glass car from that era was this one built by Geordie Paul around 2002/3

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  21. DDDenny
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    Thanks
    My kind of hot rods right there, always makes me smile when I see this thread pop up.
     
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  22. Cyclone Kevin
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    So this thread is several years old and The O.P. (Fordor Ron) inquired about ideas for a future B or Model 40 project, we know that he became (Tudor Ron) in a Trade for a cool lil Red 32 (Tudor) Sedan. What did you come up with Ron?
    Here’s my 80’s into the 90’s build that is body #4 Wescott 34 Roadster. (I know that it was posted before and even updated a few months back but this is a thought so sending ya some SO-CAL brotherly inspiration by “Stogy”in there too!!!!). ;). 62DF2A44-D33A-4414-AD46-D32FAD9798FA.jpeg
     
  23. Besty34
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    These were really great times for traditional style hot rods in the UK


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  24. 32Dan
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  25. ^^ Very nice, i was looking at your car at the Basco Boogie Hoedown last year....love what you have done. :cool::cool: JW
     
  26. fegsta
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    What about geordies own light blue 3 window that guy owned for a while. What happened I guy he worked at valley gas the last time I met him?


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  27. What’s the story on this one? Love the front end treatment.

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  28. fegsta
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    Built by Johnny best i no he will explain better. Runs a hemi push button box, it has a stretch in the rear frame for a fuel tank, and commercial grill, I think it has polished gel coat but was painted a light green by his friend smithy. If I can find more photos I will post them.


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  29. Besty34
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    That was mine, I built it in 1996 392 Hemi, 61 galaxy dashboard, it’s is now repainted and living in France


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  30. Besty34
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    I was drinking with Guy this weekend, he now owns a Audi R8 v10 the fastest car I have ever been in !


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