The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by terd ferguson, Oct 11, 2009.
Here's my '41 Ford pickup
here is a 1931 Sedan Delivery, whoa, this only has one door in back, It IS NOT a Panel,
It has several upgrades, hydraulics brakes, Kelsey-Hayes, with new tires 16 inch, overdrive, 12 volt system . Good running stock engine, trans,
alternator, directional signals. A rare vehicle, put your logo on it and deduct it for your business, while you slam it, and drive the hell out of it..
Its FOR SALE.
For the life of me, I cannot understand WHY this has not sold?
MY 41, GOT IT DONE THIS YEAR, HAS A 454 BIG BLOCK IN IT
My '47 Dodge Power Wagon
My dad's Ford when he owned the Nash agency in Waltham, mass.
My 1936 Chevy lowcab truck
My main man Rocco hangin in his 1963 Chevy c10
More Pics Please!
'49 Dodge my grandparents owned since the late '60s. Working on bringing it back to life now.
heres my new project
My current project...
1965 F-100, 390 c6.
It's going baby blue and white in the original two-tone scheme.
like this; sorta
No longer for sail >>> SOLD
Nearly completed Hopefully in a couple of months.
My 41 COE.
I think this 3 door 4x4 64 is pretty cool. Anyone know how many of these may have been made? I've never seen another one
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Here's my old girl, started out life as a Bellingham airport fire truck, twenty years ago I made a pickup out of her. 51 F1 frame. MII, 327 auto got near 100,000 on it now. Getting ready for a parade here.
Here are some pics of my Econoline. Did all but stitching.
1948 Chevrolet. I sold it in 1998. It was built from an old Missouri farm truck
more pictures of my 1936 chevy
My 56 Ford project.
My 68 Ford N700. Turbo diesel, automatic on late 80s medium duty Ford chassis.
I love This N700 and the Econoline above it. I am a Die hard GM guy but Ford had some great trucks in the '60's.
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