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Hot Rods Valley Custom Introduces The Street Rod

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Ryan, Mar 16, 2010.

  1. Ryan
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  2. inkmunky
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    that's so cool, kinda like a track roadster screwed a custom and this is their love child... but i must say the poster underneath is cooler :D
     
  3. 1950ChevySuburban
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    Cool idea, like the bumper treatment, but not a fan of that lower grille area. Protrudes too much.
     
  4. Same here, the under-bite throws the look off a bit, else very cool.
     

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  6. 31whitey
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    The Flint car really appeals to me...

    elegant....simple....and racey...

    looks like it would handle some curves.....
     
  7. Old-Soul
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    I think of all the 'known' cars that came out of Valley, I like the Vicky they built the most.

    The roadster doesn't do much for me, I just can't get into the nose.
     
  8. xderelict
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    "Goodnight Mrs. Calabash,wherever you are."
     
  9. stude_trucks
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    I am not feeling that one, but then again, I'm pretty lame. I hot rods to be as simple and pure and functional as possible.
     
  10. GothboY
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    Also has a similar feel to Edsel B Fords Red Hotrod. VERY freakin cool! I like this version better. ALOT better. -GothY-
     

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  11. I don't think I would want to build it but I sure would be excited to drag one out of a barn if I ever found one like it
     
  12. Racrdad
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    I am digging the price list for the build.
     
  13. JeffreyJames
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    Evel???? Madster????
     
  14. autobilly
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    IMO a Duval type windshield would would work better with the new body curves.
     
  15. I like the front fenders, I don't think they look awkward at all. Now that proboscus (sp) is something else.
     
  16. silverdome
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    Lets rework the nose a little so that it doesn't look like someones belly button whistling then suicide the doors with internal hinges. That ought to shape it up nicely.
     
  17. Does this mean that hot rods built in 57 can now be called street rods and still be traditional. I am confused.
     
  18. these two were metal smiths to the max !
     
  19. big creep
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    the price was something else!
     
  20. Blakmerk
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    Drop dead geougous grille? Not so much, Yeah definatly no. Yick.
     
  21. Kurtis Kraft
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    Got the grille, build the car.....

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