The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by terd ferguson, Oct 11, 2009.
Pictures of my '50 Chevy...'55 235 w/4 speed (granny gear).
Man that is one nice truck! Its good to see something "out of the norm" taken to a higher level.
Here's my 53
Here are a few of mine
very nice, Jag front and rear suspension, prolly handles like a dream on corners. I may change out the 6 eventually for a mild 283 with twin 97's and a auto over the 5 speed, but thats for later when I get tired of shifting..
we wouldnt know if he was coming or going
Truckbizz, your truck is awesome!
A couple shots from an old roadside station on the way to the Glendive Montana show
Thank you SPDJNKY I really appreciate it.
I have owned alot of trucks. 13 F-100's, three of them panels. And three of the big windows, this is my newest truck, Willys 1938....Just finishing up the Interior...building console to coverup Air unit. Will have a/c Register, control knobs and a new Sony Sterio System... then new carpet......door panels are in, windows are done.
38 Willys has always been my favorite truck, They make a mean truck.......
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heres my model a truck running a 365 caddy
Seems just a little "street roddy" for the HAMB
Some from bowling green at the hot rod reunion
Nice truck. I love that front end.
sold my 61 uni and got this short 66. original, except for soft parts.
My '48 Commer Superpoise
As it sits today
When i first got it
Without all the junk on it
Got my Zil registered and taged couble weeks ago, passed emission clearly with 0% and 0%s, very environmental recyled truck, runs like new S10 Now its ready to drive to WW III and back.
That's great news, congratulations!
Congrats ! Its a great looking truck!!
Here's my '55 Dodge 1/2 ton. Been working on it for a year. Started with a pile of parts...
Here's the '39 Chevy my dad bought a few weeks after I was born in '82. It's been a slow project. Right now it's sitting on a Pontiac front sub frame (it was free). Definitely some good ideas on here.
Dude!!!! This is Scotty. Where did you find that!?!?!?!?!?!? That is way too clean for a Missouri truck.
that's cause it's an arkansas truck. lol. it's the proverbial "l'il old lady's sunday church" truck. i have the original title and dealer invoice to prove it. lol. how's sw kansas treatin' ya?
Thanks! It really turns heads and gets smile on peoples faces.
More pics from bowling green
Hmm, now this one looks to have some very serious bad ass potential. The wheels aren't bad, but if it were mine, I'd prefer to try to work with some old steel ones myself. Anyone got any more info on this truck? Looks like the tail end is sloped and the rear axel has slide back. Maybe they started with a heavy duty truck and chassis and lowered it and fit the pickup bed on it.
Whoa, I like this one too, sweet.
I prefer shiny paint, but I can overlook that on these.
I talked to the guy with the Dually he built the bed. He was there with it year before last and I loved it then he told me that on his way home from Bowling Green that year 20 miles from the campgroung he blew it up. He had just gotten it back together with a Cummins Turbo Diesel and an Allison transmission. He did many a burnout in the campground in the "burnout" area.
Also as a sidenote this one has a 426 Hemi mounted in the bed and it is super clean.
my pictures of it suck though.
I have some old ones somewhere.
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