The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by HOTRODPRIMER, Mar 7, 2018.
Here is mine, or at least the rods
Shop cat approved.
28 Tudor with a 3” chop.
Not as nice as some, but it works for me.
she is getting a big block chevy, orig motor was a buick straight 8
Flynstone, You got any more pics of that beauty?
What year & make?
A buddy of mine rebuilt a 46-47 MCI as an RV, ultra cool!
thanks, lots of pics.. this bus was bought by Utah in 1953, 1 of two to run tourist thru brice cyn and zion
My buddy's is IH powered & would cruise all day at 70MPH.
Many a fishing trips in that one.
A Spring photo
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Wants to advertise what size his spare tire is?
Thirties Cadillac styling model....
The “T-Bucket” has its roots in hot rod history going back many years. They have fallen out of fashion, lately. But, when a nicely finished T-bucket pops up now and then, it looks very cool and everyone’s interest peaks. We have seen this blue T-Bucket all over So Cal. It is nicely done, has some great parts of the whole and it is almost a daily driver. We have seen it on the weekends all over the So Cal hot rod scene. But, we do not know if it is a daily driver. Although, it was shades of 1959 all over again, each time we see it firing up or rolling down the street.
It showcases the epitome of the “big/little” tire scene. Would you like some traction or grip? How much can I measure out for you?
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