The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by hotrod_willie, Dec 4, 2013.
nice work.love 28-29 roadsters.i'm watching.
Glad you enjoy the video. The strange thing it does not really hurt the chickens. They seem like they like it. If you get to Greensboro, NC come by the house you can try it to. Hope to see you in Oct at Goodguy show in Charlotte. Peace
I am back work on my again car. After having enhencement surgery Everything is working great and everybody is happy, happy, happy. Back to the car. Working on the back subrails.
Had some time over the Thanksgiven holiday. Start back working on the Roadster. Hope to have more pic in next couple of weeks.
Great progress on the roadster. Wait till you take that first drive...............all the hard work will be worth it.
Looking good buddy. The retirement life is great isn't it
More rear subrail work.
Rust repair below deck lid, and wide wheels
More metal work.
There's no life like Willie , way to go , all the best !!!!
Floor pans in trunk. Still going
Are the rivets steel or aluminum?
Rivets are steel. www.bigflatsrivets.com also have the tool.
More work. A Brookville body would have been easier.
Reinstalled the rear frame horns. Also made new spread bar using old exhaust flanges.
Motor support and model a front crossmember
... nice work. (!!)
Rear Wheel problem. I had some 1939 Wheel wide months ago. Then I bought some N.O.S. 16x5 wheels, two are Lincoln wheels and the other two are Ford truck wheels. I don't want set I should run in the rear.
Shorten the torque tube
Damn your flying on your project. I'm ready to head back to TN
I am moving really good. Hope we can make it Steel in Motion.
I call our friend this morning. Everything is ready for us to go back to TN. The other car your dad is interested in might be for sale. Tell your dad I will pay for supper this time Asheville.
If you see JW again Hillsboro ask him how his car coming along. Understand she has been working on the frame for about 7 years. I am sure it something to see.
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Rear spring modifications
Love it big guy!!!! I can't wait to see it all together.
Coming along nicely.
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