The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Royalshifter, Mar 26, 2020.
Nice. I never knew that Zephyr bolts were anything different; the finished part looks great.
Even the bolts are stylish.
This car is amazing. Well done Sir.
Finally have the full set of Duvall hub caps
Do I also see a Duvall windshield up there?
Picked up a load of 16x4 Ford chrome rims so I can pick the best 4 for the roadster.
That didn't take long
Looks great black....just say'n
Your Royal Victoria is one of my all time favorite customs - and this one is shaping up to be an incredible build, too. Thanks for sharing the progress.
VERY nice work!
Finished fabricating an all steel Duvall style windshield frame and note the chrome dash.
Beautiful work on the windshield. Any details on how it was made?
You sure have a way with getting things right...truly incredible to witness the rise of past excellence in inspiration...
Royalshifter, your willingness to "do whatever it takes" is really inspiring.
What a fantastic car. That windshield is the bomb.
Dave Martinez whom will be constructing the padded top asked If I could make the wood header he needs so I did so with one solid piece of oak.
That came out nice. Very nice indeed.
The windshield is a work of art and not the brass ones I have used. Nice work.
Thank you very much I will fine finish it when it goes for chrome in sept. What I like about it only 13 lbs my original Duvall is about 30 lbs.
Could you tell me how you are going to attach the oak header to the windshield? I have the same body and a Duvall windshield and want to put a top on it.
Thanks in advance.
Luckily for me I was able to weld 3 brackets to the frame because it is steel a brass frame you have to fab some brackets that secure to the screws that hold the windshield frame together. Or drill and tap for brackets.
Amazing hot rod.
Off it goes to have the top made at Martinez Industries in Palm Springs. Crowning moment.
Going to be on its way to Dave Martinez owner of Martinez Industries to build the padded top in Palm Springs.
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