The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by 70cst1, Sep 3, 2007.
When we were in high school, there were a lot of Chevy sedans. Some were mild customs, some hot rod style, and others were strictly cruisers. If money was available, then going to one of the many chrome accessory shops was a dream event. Spend the hard earned money for a new grille, take it home and unbolt your stock unit, replacing it with a new tubular unit, already a custom grille.
It takes all kinds to do something extra to have an unusual custom grille for their hot rod sedan or mild custom. In the introduction photo showing a scene from Fort MacArthur in San Pedro, CA, take your eyes off of the 32 Coupe and move to the 55 Chevy.
a custom grille in the 1960 So Cal era.
Other options provided a wide range of customization as per heart's content...
Or in today’s Chevy Sedan world, @firemangordy and the coolest 55 Chevy.
^^^^^ Rapid Roy!!
I'd love to know just how in the hell they got that floating , 3/4 ton truck rear hub adapted to the front spindle!!!
I wonder if they adapted the bearings or attached full float stub axles to the OE spindles
At a local get together and this beautiful car was there. Note the floor shift and the three pedals... good times.
Floor shift and three pedals? check
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