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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by montclaire, Oct 18, 2013.

  1. montclaire
    Joined: Jul 24, 2007
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    What do you guys think this is? I was leaning 36 Chevy but the grill is a little different. Any ideas?
     

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  2. 1983 little Tikes Cozy coupe..unless its a 2013 30year anniversary.
     
  3. black 62
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    cozy coupe for sure---know where one is ,been laying on it's side for years...
     
  4. hendo0601
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    I dig the two tone...but that roof is just wayyy too tall and is begging for a chop, lean the A pillars back a little bit for that nice rake, maybe a set of skinnies up front and some cheater slicks out back. It could be bitchin!

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  5. chaz75
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  6. montclaire
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    Yeah, funny. Anybody know?
     
  7. cozy coupe for sure.
    there is what also looks like a 36 plymouth behind it. if it was me i would go after that, instead of the cozy coupe.
     
  8. My 5 year old wants to build one monkey garage style, I heard a guy named lambretch has a few in a barn.
    Id love a cozy coupe barn find but I wouldn't know how to wash it.
     
  9. The37Kid
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    Grandson has the blue Roadster version, hooked up a Chihuaha/Terrier mix to it and it rolls pretty good. He's a year and a half old futrue Hot Rodder. Bob
     
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  10. weps
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    This makes me smile! thanks:D
     
  11. plym_46
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    Didja know the Cozy Coupe is the number one selling car in the US all time????
     
  12. hoodprop
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    You should clear coat the patina and bag it.

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  13. Frankie47
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  14. Rickybop
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    LOL! Fkn hilarious, guys...........lol.......oh boy...cracked me up.
     
  15. xhotrodder
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    Could be a Mercades.
     
  16. Mercades?
    Guatemala is selling cheap versions of Mercedes-Benz?
     
  17. you say mercade ,i say mercada.....let's call the hole thing off.
     
  18. ^^^^ He must mean it.. He said it twice... . Oh... And... Cool find on the Cozy Coupe.. Looks pretty solid...
     
  19. slowmotion
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    Went through a couple of those C coupes a good while back. Beware the steering's a little sketchy on those. Good candidate for a straight axle.
     
  20. steelhorse27
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    The CC looks completely rust free... You should just run that as is. As for the chop, I would go to far I'm 5 10" and it's a little snug for me stock
     
  21. hendo0601
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    Im kinda liking the idea of clearcoating the patina and running it as a "barn find." I think there is a vendor on here who sells a disc brake conversion kit. Add some 59 cad tail lights and you will be winning trophies left and right! Just dont clean off the fruit rollup stains, they add to the originality. I think im gonna hunt for a Big Wheel and add a sidecar for my old lady!

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  22. 1955IHC
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    Does any one one know of a ifs kit for them?

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  23. LMFAO! Thanks!
     
  24. F&J
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    You need a better camera.....

    I think you found a somewhat rare car. My eyes need help, and the pic sucks for detail, but are the grille bars angled to almost 45 degrees?



    I think what you found is a 33 Olds, but the very rare 8 cyl version, not the less rare 6 cyl.


    Any 33 Olds is rare enough, but the 8 is rarely seen.


    The 33 6 would have horizontal bars.

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  25. bert and ernie offer a dropped axle for that....or was that pete and jakes...i always get them confused.
     
  26. Buddy Palumbo
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    this reply certainly made me chuckle !
     
  27. partsdawg
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    Whats the washing procedure?
     
  28. steelhorse27
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    Dropped axle?
     

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  29. 1955IHC
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    ^^^Not anymore. Maybe more of an up in the air "gasser" stance.

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  30. That is just WRONG, on so many levels.
     

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