The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by HOTRODPRIMER, Mar 7, 2018.
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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?
Green '29 A above is my wife's car.
The Black one below is our "Paddock Racer"
52 international almost ready for the road.
I have seen other pictures of this truck, its one of the best. Classical beauty.
Dig these OG tail light bibs!
I recall being told that hot rods were race cars
Race car hot rod too
And race car hot rod three (This one fell over on the track recently, but will be rebuilt again)
Because Fuel Altered. Nuff said!
Australian Fuel Altered from the late 70s. Jim Walton
Our T Coupe from a few years back.
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