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Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by J.Ukrop, Aug 11, 2017 at 8:23 AM.
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Two great cars and some excellent photography.
Joey, Thanks for this. A couple of fine looking automobiles, the only thing better would have been a little video showing them off!
Niiiice,Would Love to hear that Chevy run,Both done very nice,Not over done,Lucky
Love that '55!
They're both so simple and right.
had to throw a tack into my '33 5 window because when staged with a wild '55 I couldn't even tell if my engine was running...
That '55 is spot-on, and the lil Falcon looks like a real-life model kit (I mean that as a compliment). Some nice shots
Great shots...I'm especially partial to that 55...I have one myself that I've owned since 1977
That is perfect.
Thank you for sharing.
I saw this earlier this morning and couldn't come up with words to rely.
My initial reaction was oooh that 55 is soo Bitchin'
Then the more I looked at it ,the more unbelievable detail I saw with such a seemingly simple car.
If ever I 'm fortunate enough to build a 55 similar , I hope I can restrain where needed as well as Let Loose as this builder did masterfully.
Great photos Joey.
Well said...it takes a whole lot of restraint to avoid over-doing a car, and this guy nailed it for sure.
Very nice camera work.
nice lens work bro, two excellent aggressive beauties here, thanx for sharing
I had a '55. Wish it looked like that.
I can't even tell you when I last saw a Ford big truck scoop on a hood. I had one on my my '53 Ford Customline 2dr with a 322 Nailhead in it and that was the early sixties. Like to have that one back!
I think this may be the finest '55 I've ever seen....seriously, and I love the falcon!
If the '55 was any more right,
it would be wrong.
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