The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by terd ferguson, Oct 11, 2009.
I wonder how it got upside down though?
Camera that took the pic was Australian?
Very sweet truck and photo. That grain solo building in the background is awesome. I don't think i've ever seen a brick one before. Really sweet design. What is the current situation on it? I hope it isn't derilict and possibly on the local chopping block list. We seem to lose too many of those cool old industrial buildings too easily.
My pair of 53's. Hers is the red one
(original flat head 3 spd )and mine the black(292 y block.4 spd)
my truck before
Its the old Lemp Brewey is Saint Louis,which was a shoe factory afterwards and is now part my shop space. Google it,lot to read about it.
Sorry about the hi-jack
56 stepside. LS3. Accuair.
Some sweet trucks here.
Damn cool shop. Truck looks great.
hope this works!!!
edisonfire I love your truck - it speaks to me (or the voices in my head like it too) - not exactly sure...
Very cool digs THR1LL3R and even cooler truck.
This is cool! Tell us about it please!!
Here is mine. Pic taken on top of an old parking garage in Downtown Denver.
Not mine ...saw it at the Motorama 1962 show in Indy
It's a 1964 C-10 longbed. its was a texas farm truck for years and was recently bagged by a shop in texas. it has a 70's I-6 250 and 3 speed transmission. Just a no frills truck. But man is it fun. and im pretty sure its the only one in Edmond, Oklahoma. im glad you like it, here are a few more pics.
1950 Ford F1, 350 w/700r4,
My Old 60 F100 67K original 1 Owner miles, Intact, rust free, cherry...
Man I hated to sell this truck, but I couldn't afford to move both it and my 55 F100 to Nor Cal in 2008. I had plans for that Y-Block!
So I made a choice between the two. I hung on to my fat fendered Efffie even though she's a work in progress, and years away from the completed custom I have in mind...
It's just irrational that I would rather hunt and gather vintage parts and build a dream out of boxes, than drive sumtin that couldn't get any better.
What can I say???
My '53 Chevy shop truck
I'll try again.
This was in 1987. Carry-all, lowered, 455 Olds. Paint and body by Johnny Young, Mat Clarke, Al Calvert Tulsa OK.
1st day home from salvage yard purchase! $500.00. Bone stock survivor 1994. It was later lowered, ft sway bar, Hurst floor shift, 8 inch rallies and driven year round.
Here's my truck
That's a sweet pic!!! Very Nice!!!!!!!!!!1
i saw this parked for sale for $1,500.00, i bet it's still there..
It was this thread that lead me here originally. Here is my truck project.
32 Ford/351w/c6/9"/4wdiscs/mustang rims/mustang gas tank.
Body is stretched/chopped and doors inset.
Here's my latest 40 Ford pickup that we took a 600 mile road trip to get it yesterday.
Supposedly a Merc engine. Any tips on how to be sure without taking it apart?
-Sorry-not seeing a truck in this pic-but these fellas did create a nice body
If that was somewhat local I would buy that faster than the old lady could say NO !
'47 Diamond T 201 pickup
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