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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by mandriano, Nov 27, 2017.
Does anyone know the shop that built this Model
I can't help with who built it, but they did a good job from what can be seen. I like it.
That is a beautiful car
Sorry I can't help you
Damn, love the way that sits, especially the way the fronts are tucked under, you just made me reconsider my No Fenders rule.....
good luck on the search
I remember when the car showed up in magazines and on the net a few years ago but don't remember the builder. I just remember that I said to my self, "Damn what a perfect stance", the first time I saw it.
It may be 'Ricky Bobby Rod Shop'...may...be
Heres a thread with the same car. His shop has turned out some stellar rides. The FB link seems the only connection other than any Hambers that may chime in. You'd figure
either he would be on here or others know him as a lot of his work is Hamb Friendly...
From Ebay Listing 2015
Really nice older resto car then decided to do full on traditional Hot rod
Ricky Bobbys rod shop did the transformation
The car was a really nice no rust ever car no patches or filler
Brand new build on a 49 flatty with a T5 to back it up cruises at 75 no issues
electric fan and aluminum radiator
40 Lincoln brakes and rear
So cal shocks and beam
32 Ford Wires with all new Coker tires
39 ford column with banjo steering wheel
32 deluxe grille shell with 32 commercial lights
No expenses spared no junk all new parts
Check out Ricky Bobbys builds they are the real deal
This car is driven not just trailered around if you want a real deal driver this is your car
Feel free to call me 615-504-9834
Honestly if you are really interested its easier to call for all the info
yes it was built by ricky bobby, he has a shop in manchester tn, about 45 mins south of nashville. his shop is beside the interstate.
One car I've never owned is a Model A (yet)..if I did, this is the look I'd be after.
Full fendered cars do it for me, and that stance..yeah.
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