The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by HOTRODPRIMER, May 28, 2015.
And last but not least my 32 I've had for the last 5 years or so
Hers mine at Louisville. Need to finish the interior this winter.
Nice AGO. Did you put a gennie 3w on your existing chassis? Where is the chopped body?
I flipped the bodies. Glass chopped body on other chassis and sold. Gennie un-chopped on the newer blower chassis. I still have the original rails, maybe a future project. I couldn't bring myself to chop a very nice original body, kept the soft roof also.
My three window, and roadster
Michael David Olson Photography
I have these four
You are a lucky man!
A current shot of my shop.
My current project. Almost ready to come apart for body work/paint.
got mine on the road
Here's mine, heading to SEMA tomorrow morning
Cool, Ford SOHC motor!
Very kool, did you get your side windows in? Cant wait to see this thing in person at sema!!
Todays ..Progress report
I hate you
And here's me thinking a WP ally blocked 409 in mine might be overkill and I ought to be more sensible - LOL!
Wow! Love the cream firewall with that color paint. Beautiful!
one of the winters customer projects
Have posted some construction pics before but just finishing this up.
2015-11-09 16.46.56 by G V Gordon posted Nov 10, 2015 at 9:32 AM
Lest I forget my heavily involved and stalled PU project
A little more progress on the roadster.
Took a flipping 30 degree ride to my shop today.
That's literally COOL!
It was spitting a few flakes, big snow to the south so I decided to make a run for it. 30 degree air due makes a motor come to life. It's noticeable.
As Yer O'l Dad would say "Sooo Bitchen".
My Tudor I've been working on for 6 years.
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guess I best get on board. It's got some miles & smiles on it.
Here's my old green truck that my Dad gave me in 1982 when I was 2 years old. Currently undergoing its transformation from a 4-banger near stocker to a fenderless hot rod with a '66 283 SBC, '39 trans, dropped original front axle by Greg Haynes, tube shocks, Lincoln brakes and '32 Ford 18" wires with 1.5" widened rears by Danny Burroughs of Bruce's Rod Shop. Tires are 450's and 700's. Hope to take my first drive sometime next month and after that, daily driver shop truck.
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