The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by terd ferguson, Oct 11, 2009.
Here's my other.
My great uncle with his truck before WWII.
My 53 F-100 - 500 Cad Power - Auto - A/C - P/S - P/DB - P/W
here is my 57.
Project truck...A little before and after!
that steering in the after pic may be a bit challenging. Keep up the good work.
The first two are my 1956 in 1979.
The third one is my 1951 in 1985
Fourth one is my 1965 in 1985
Fifth one is my 1940 in 1999
Sixth is my 1948 project in 2010
Seventh is my 1927 project in 2010
First one is my dads 1935 Ford in 1963 which he finished and gave to me when I was in high school. Which I had pictures of it finished
Second one is my friends 1940
Here is my deuce.
1954 International R-110 400 sm block 350 tranny...on the fence for what new paint job its gonna get...thinking a matte slate blue or green. (all those accessories and badges are gone...thank god)
Great thread, lots of cool stuff in here. This was my old parts getter, tow truck from the old racing days.
I've seen one of these in the Merced area and thought to myself why the hell would someone do that, now that I know that its factory it seems much cooler.
No kidding?? I've never seen or heard of that set-up being a factory deal. I'd seen pictures of what I'd call "farmer conversions" before, but never heard of anything 'factory'.
Was it an aftermarket kit? Was it ever dealer-installed?
Can you provide more to the story?
I'm never (quite) too old to learn something new.
Took this one today.
This is my Aussie International Panel Van, 240 CI six with 3 speed column shift. Not sure whether I am going to keep it stock or modernize the running gear with Mopar 318/727.
My old truck that was sold to finish the house
And the new truck now the house is done
The build thread is going on here - http://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/showthread.php?t=468351
I believe it was not a factory deal, but available from the dealer, your choice of dealer installed or you take the kit home, but I'm only familiar with Chevy's.
Hot rod trucks are the coolest sh!t on the planet, hot rod's that haul.
Here's my '63 Dodge Power Wagon Crew Cab. Was in the Air Force and then a brush truck.
My 59 Apache..
And my old '69 C10
Awesome! What paint is that?
My latest toy...........
27 RPU STEEL.
From Speedweek 2009 - see ya'll there this year......
Mide as well through mine in the mix
Here's my rod. She's a '31. Very cool trucks posted and damn proud to be a part of it.
Here is my truck I have owned since 1994
OK, it isn't old, and you might not think it's cool, but it's my daily driver and I love it. Has the 4.7 V8, six-speed manual trans, and 3.92 posi rear end.
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