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Car of the Month ....June 2013 Carps Humpy

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Post  DaveG on Fri May 31, 2013 11:19 pm

Name:           Peter
Forum Name:      Carps  
Country / State   Awestraylya, Victoria.
Vehicle Make: Holden
Model: FJ 225
Year :   1955    
Body Type  Humpy

Body Colour
Woodsman Green

Interior Colour
Brown vinyl & whatheheckwasIthinking, velour.

Engine
Big and heavy
Painted caterpillar yellow (genuine Cat paint) with lotsa shiney bits.
Head is shaved and ported, double valve springs, Thomas cam single pipe extractor, genuine Smitty muffler, two strombergs and 12 volt electrics.

Transmission
Manual, 3 speed EK Holden.

Differential
EH Holden, 3.55 gears, 2 ½ inch HR yoot front brakes with finned steel drums and 2 inch HD Ute rears, also with finned steel drums, factory front stabilizer with K Mack stabiliser on rear.  Lowered a couple of inches all round with double acting Monroe GT dampers at both ends.

Standard Equip;
Yup, it has glass windows, organic air conditioning (AKA Cowl vent), lotsa stuff is chrome plated, but since covered with black paint, it’s a long story.

Added Extras
It has an original A model Ford Klaxon horn and yeas, a fire extinguisher too.

Purchased From
Purchased new in 1955 from BS Stillwell.


Modifications
Debadged and slightly dechromed, rear door scuff plates removed, likewise rear fender fins and bonnet mascot (I still have them all), genuine A9X Torana rear vision mirrors, and E38 Charger fuel cap.  Torana side markers used as front turn signals, modified HQ rear ¼ lamps on the back as turn signals and reflectors.  Bumper over riders removed, 48/215 boot handle and ’52 Ford headlamp rims on Hella H4 Lamps.  Original Cal Kustom etched glass decals, tinted and laminated windscreens.
EK speedo, fuel gauge and idiot lamp unit, moto lita wood rimmed steering wheel with original column shift shorted, filled and chrome plated.

Wheels Type & Size.
Had lotsa different wheels and tyres over the years, currently 5”X14 and 5.5” X14 with Lancer caps and wide whites.

Work you’ve done or had done
All work was done by me in the early 1970s, with help from my friends, body paint, upholstery etc. headliner and upholstery, including the technicolour velour stitched up on my future mother in law’s trusty old Singer..

Future Plans
It’s looked like this for 40 years, so that’s how it’s gunna stay.

What do you enjoy most about your Car
The memories!
If this car could talk, the stories it would tell!
It started life driving me to school, it’s been the family car, paddock basher, daily hack, long distance tourer and finally show car, before being sold and spending the next 25 years on blocks whilst all of us thought it was dead and buried.  But then like the prodigal Humpy, it came home and that’s a whole other story, which you can read below.









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Re: Car of the Month ....June 2013 Carps Humpy

Post  jptbird on Fri May 31, 2013 11:36 pm

Beautiful FJ Carps.
Love the photos and enjoyed the story.
The colour combo works very well. Will the FJ make it to one of the Forum Brekky gatherings so we can see it up close?
When can you share some of the "other story"?
Bet it will be a very entertaining one.




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Re: Car of the Month ....June 2013 Carps Humpy

Post  Giobus on Fri May 31, 2013 11:52 pm

Hi Pete,

She looks lovely Very Happy

The little touches of 'Pin-striping' look real nice in the engine bay.

You gotta tell them about when you found 'Humpy' again after all those years lost !!


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Re: Car of the Month ....June 2013 Carps Humpy

Post  DaveG on Sat Jun 01, 2013 9:38 am

Hi Carps
Yeah i agree with James & Gio, she looks just right not overdone, not sure what it is but i think you've just got the mix right, Colour, Wheels Whitewalls, Foxtail, it just all works together. What an Iconic piece of Australian History.

I didn't even notice the Pin striping on the Battery until Gio mentioned it.

Tell us the story how you refound the car......Keen to hear.


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Post  Carps on Sun Jun 02, 2013 6:40 pm

Bugger, I'm still sorting thru pics but the full story will be here soon.

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Post  The65 on Sun Jun 02, 2013 6:54 pm

A very cool car, digging the velour carps Smile
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Post  Carps on Sun Jun 02, 2013 8:30 pm

OK, you wanted to know the back story, well here goes.

The photo below is Ararat, Victoria, Australia, circa 1955.
On the left, next to an old roadster pick-up is the new Holden Special that would, in a couple more years deliver me to school for the first day of my formal education.



Over the next few years that car served as family truckster until a newer model was purchased around '65, but it remained with us and was used to teach the kids to drive.
Which we did in a large paddock that had been suitably cleared of obstacles and roughly graded so we knew where to steer it.

By the time I was ready to get my driver's license I had been living away from home for a couple of years, all that time very carefully driving a stock 1960 model Holden.
I chose that car because no young person of the day would have been seen dead in it and provided I was careful I should have been able to avoid being pulled up and asked to show my license.
However, that's a whole other story, for another day.

With my new driving license in hand the FB Holden was discarded and I quickly finished the '34 Ford Hot Rod I'd been working on.
This became my daily driver for a brief time, before a drunk driver, wrote it off on Christmas Eve, but that too is another story.

So, without wheels and with bugger-all cash, there was only one thing to do.
Drag the tired old FJ Holden out from behind the shed and make it roadworthy.

Once roadworthy and re-registered it remained stock for about a day.
At which time the rear end was replaced with one from a '64 Holden, which did away with the dodgy keyed axles of the early model and provided better brakes and higher gear ratio for highway speeds.
It also facilitated the fitment of super wide 13X7" chromies with new-fangled, ultra cool Polygalas wide tread tyres.
In the pic below, FJ555 is the one in the middle.



Naturally, now the front end needed to be similarly updated, if for no other reason than to provide front brakes that actually worked and of course to allow the fitment of matching 13X5" chrome wheels with narrow front tyres, the first of many sets of both as it turned out.

So now I had me some halfway decent daily wheels, I could focus on finding a replacement for the mangled hot rod.

Of course around the same time I also met a gurl I liked, as opposed to all the others I dated but for one reason or another decided I didn't like.
However, once again that's a whole other story or is it part of this one?
We'll see.

Suffice to say, on that first date the old Humpy sure made an impression on her.
So much so, that I was surprised when she actually agreed on a second date.
No not for that reason, but because on our first date, the diff decided to take a sickie.
Happened right in the middle of the busiest intersection in the city, St Kilda Junction, before the Princess Highway went underground and she got to push, whilst I steered the hurt humpy off the road.



Good news was she came back for a third date.
At that time the old Humpy was still looking a bit spotty.
So I decided it needed to be made a little more respectable lest her folks think I was one of those nasty bad boys that they wouldn't want dating their daughter.
After a little work with the red oxide, we both looked a treat....



In this condition I continued to drive it all over the place..................
and even with the stock engine it was OK thanks to the later model internals in the gearbox and the 3.25 diff in place of the original 3.89 unit.
Updated brakes and suspension meant it handled OK too.





Meanwhile, finding a replacement for the '34 was proving difficult and I lusted for a car that was just a tad cooler than a red oxide primered FJ Holden.

Soooooooo,................



I pulled it to bits and started painting and detailing everything.
At first I used the back of my best mate's dad's shop, which wasn't being used and we worked hard every spare minute to get the old thing back on the road quickly.



The girl must have liked me, coz she decided to stick around after the third date,



......so I decided to keep her, which would prove to be the smartest thing I ever did.



She even got stuck in and helped with some of the dirty work.



Meanwhile my hot rod club-mates decided we'd enter all the club cars in the next VHRA hot rod show, finished or not.
Dunno why, but that made me rethink detailing everything with just paint and so, I took some parts to the chrome shop.

That turned out to be a dumb move, because before I knew it I had taken every nut bolt, washer and screw to the chrome plater along with the brakes, steering, suspension parts and all manner of brackets and other bits. Heck, I even transferred the shape of the cardboard interior trim parts like the kick panels and seat side trims, to metal and had them chromed too.

Anyhow, it wasn't finished in time for the '72 VHRA show, so it was reassembled and displayed in grey primer, with a few spots of green.





After the show it was taken to another friend's garage, because he had a compressor.
It turned out to be a little cramped for spray painting and I ended up shooting the nitro-cellulose Duco lacquer in the driveway, on the first windless day that came along.



By the next Tally Ho show, the old gal was all shiny and ready to take some gold......



Then it was time for another VHRA Show or two.





Spit polished and with the original engine suitably souped up, we drove old FJ555 all over the place....


















Remember the gurl?
Well she was still around and eventually all those dates lead to this............



That deal created the need to buy a house and all that stuff we couldn't really afford to put inside it.
One of the reasons for our cash shortage was that after searching for a long time I finally found this......



And among other things I'd built or obtained a couple or three of these......



My friends used to ask how come the FJ always looked so immaculate, even tho I drove it every day, hail, rain or shine?
The answer was easy, sinces at least one weekend every month involved getting it up off the ground and cleaning it top to bottom.





Every few months that activity also involved waxing the underside as it was quite pretty under there. (sorry bout the double exposure but these are the only shots I could find today)





Good news was that I now had a job that included a company car, so the old gal was finally able to retire from the daily grind.

However she was driven almost every weekend and got to undertake some special duties from time to time.



Unfortunately, we soon reached the point I was hoping we wouldn't get to, which was still being a few too many coins short on the deposit for that first home.
The MGs had all been sold, the project cars too, so all we had left was a partly rebuilt '33 and the show quality Humpy.
We reluctantly agreed to advertise both cars and see what happened.
The Humpy was better than most of it's kind, so it was advertised for the exact amount we needed, which was about double the going rate for an FJ Holden at the time.
The Ford was worth considerably more, even disassembled and advertised for what it was worth at the time.

The first call on that fatal Saturday morning was a young fellow who wanted to see the FJ.
He arrived with his father who thought the car was waaaay too expensive for an old Holden, so I opened the garage door to reveal it and the young fella almost wet his pants.
I took them for a test drive, after which dad wanted to negotiate a lower price and I said NO!
it's a take it or leave it deal.
So they left.
About five minutes later, the front doorbell rang.
They were back, the young bloke had convinced his old man the car was worth the money.

Here's what it looked like at that time........







Money changed hands, paperwork was completed and they drove off into the sunrise.

This was early in 1975 and we never saw or heard of the car again. Sad

We always figured it had met it's end against a pole or tree as had so many cars we knew of, purchased by young blokes who had the money but maybe not the passion or inclination to really look after them and treat them well.

Fast forward to the week before Easter 2003!

I'm working late, trying to get things done before a few weeks vacation when my pal Don would be visiting from the US for his first visit down-under.
Monday evening I arrive home very late.
On arriving home, that gal I dated all those years back tells me she wishes I'd called, because our daughter is in the city dining with a friend and she was heading off to town to pick her up, rather than have her riding home on the train late at night.

No problem, "I'll come with you", sez me..

We arrived to collect our daughter and learn her pal was planning to catch a train to an outer northern suburb, on a line with a questionable safety record.
Since I'm not about to allow a young lass to run that risk, I insist we drive her home.

And off we go!

Thanx to road works, I can't access the freeway.
Thus I take a route through the city, which is also blocked, so I ultimately decide to go the old fashioned long way, up High Street and through Preston.

So here we are in a part of town I've not been for maybe thirty years, it's 11:30 p.m. on a Monday night and all is peaceful and quiet.
As we drive along High Street in Preston I have a vision! Shocked
The digits FJ 555 flash bold and white in the darkness of my mind!
I immediately think, "Whoa, I must be dreaming!"
So I continue driving, but before too long that vision gets the better of me and I chuck a U turn, driving very, very slowly back along the road to see if I really did see what I thought I had seen.

Of course my passengers questions my motive and when I tell 'em I thought I saw something that might be important they all think I've lost it

Alas I can't see it at all, then just as I started thinking maybe I was just dreamin' a loud exclamation comes from the seat next to me, "THAT"S OUR FJ!"!
"Yup" sez me "that's what I thought I saw."

There, sitting in the driveway of a small house located between two shop-fronts is our FJ and there's no question of that at all, because it appears not one bit changed from when we last saw it.
Well it was slightly changed, the louvered bonnet was gone, as too were the fog-lamps, but the rest was the same, right down to the tyres which looked like they had never been driven on.

I overheard my daughter's friend tell her that her folks must have been really cool if they owned a car like that.

Against the bride's advice I banged on the front door of the house.
No answer, so I grabbed a pen and business card and left a note for the owner to call me...... before doing anything silly with the car.

Next day, I'm sitting in my office and hear my assistant outside explaining to somebody on the phone that this is Toyota and if I needed a Holden I'd just go out and buy one.
Took a few seconds for the penny to drop and when it did, I raced out and grabbed the phone from her hand before the caller could hang up.
I apologised and started to explain who I was and my relationship to the car.
The guy on the other end stopped me and said no need to explain, as he knew who I was before he called, because his name is Ian and he's the kid I sold FJ555 to all those years ago.

I transferred the call to my office, went back in and settled into my chair for a long chat, coz I wanted to know everything about where the car had been for the last 27 or so years.
Ian explained that during the couple of weeks after he got the car he changed the bonnet, removed the fog-lamps and broke up with his long time girlfriend.

Apparently the break up was a bit too much for him, so he decided to take a vacation.
Packed his bags and headed overseas, never to return until that week after the passing of his father, who had placed the car on blocks the week after Ian left.
His dad also made sure the car was kept dry and well maintained, even kept the registration paid up for nearly all the years of Ian's absence.

I was gob-smacked! cheers

The car had covered maybe 200 miles in all those years and still had the same air in the same tyres.
So I made an offer, which most might have considered insane for an FJ Holden at the time.
Ian wasn't so sure, as he'd decided to stay and was preparing to have the car made roadworthy so he could drive it.
In fact that morning he'd delivered it to his local mechanic to be overhauled and made roadworthy again.
I suggested he check the current prices and call me back, which he did within the hour.
He asked if my offer was fair-dinkum and I said I'll be there whenever he wants, with cash or a bank cheque.
The deal was agreed and I asked him to call his mechanic and tell him not to touch the car.

Next morning my pal Don arrived from the US and on meeting him at the airport, informed him we were instantly on a mission.
We stopped by the bank, collected the money and then headed to Ian's to pick up the car.
It was still at the garage.
On our arrival, the self proclaimed 'world's best mechanic' asked which one of us was responsible for all the paint detailing and chrome plated parts underneath.
I owned up and he responded by telling me he had just sprayed black muck all over it.
His reason being that the chromed parts might not pass for registration.
He'd also removed the lowered springs and thrown them in the dumpster. affraid
I was devastated, but fortunately that's all he'd had time to screw up.

Or so I thought at the time.

The garage dude did however, give me a certificate of roadworthiness, which considering the age of the tyres I duly questioned.
He responded by telling me that the tread was like new and their age is not considered in the inspection process.

Paperwork done and an allegedly roadworthy car, I gave Don the option to drive the Humpy or the Prado 4X4 wagon.
He opted for the newer vehicle, asking how the hell he was going to drive it considering he'd never driven RHD before.
I said just follow me and do what I do and all would be OK.

So off we went!

About two miles down the road the Humpy developed a strange rattle so I stopped to check things out.
All appeared OK on the surface, until I checked the wheels, one is lose.
So we pull the jack from the 4X4 place it under the Holden and as it is raised off the ground, the right rear wheel falls off!
Somebody has forgotten to tighten the wheel nuts!
But wait! there's only one nut inside the Baby Moon wheel-cap!
It's worse than I think, the stupid bastards have left four of them off all together!

Again I offered Don the options, wait with the car while I drive back and get some nuts, or....
He's already decided this looks like a seedy part of town, so he's taking the big rig and going back for the nuts (I laugh coz this aint Los Angeles).

Don has what I figure was a nerve-wracking drive back to the garage, walks in and tells the guy that a bunch of wheel nuts are missing and a wheel has fallen off.
To which 'the world's best mechanic' responds by saying "you're joking."
I'd have loved to have been there to hear Don's reply, which went something like;
"I just got off a freaking 'plane and have never seen or driven a RHD car before today, let alone done so in traffic like this, so how the f*#* does that make you think I'd be doing it to come and have a *^#@ing joke with you?"

The guy got the message, found a tub of nuts, some tools and came down to get things sorted out.
He seemed somewhat quiet, which after Don told me the story, seemed understandable. Laughing Laughing Laughing

Eventually we're sorted and on our way again.
Out on the freeway the old gal was humming along just like I remember and I'm grinning from ear to ear.
Until some woman in a Mazda won't let me get across into the exit lane.
I've got the signals flashing and can hear the tell tale clicking and see the flashing repeater light one the dash.
Off the freeway, I pull over just to make a cursory check on the wheels and have a whinge to Don about the bitch in the Mazda not letting me across.
His response was that maybe if I signaled, she might have been OK with it and let me in.
So we check the signals, none of them work, despite the fact I have a certificate of roadworthiness that says they do.

We made it home and stopped at the bottom of the street, so Don could join me in the Humpy for the final and best part of the trip.
As we rolled up the driveway the Mrs. ran down the front steps to greet us, with tears in her eyes.
Don must have looked puzzled or something, because I heard her say to him, "Don if that car could talk, the stories it would tell."

We parked it in the shed, took a the photo below and headed back to Geelong where the Street Rod Nationals were underway.



By the time we returned, FJ555 had puked all it's brake fluid on the garage floor.

So up on stands it went, where it sat for the next few years, before I got round to doing anything to get it back to roadworthy condition.
But I didn't care and it doesn't matter.



Right now I don't care how long it lingers between outings, or if it ever gets re registered, but it probably wont sit too much longer.
Because for some reason, despite the heavier than I remember and have become accustomed to steering, driving it gives me a bigger buzz than driving the hot rod.

Maybe one day I'll even change the upholstery, but it was the early '70s and it was either this or crushed velour, which I hated.





In recent times it's had a thorough going over, with everything made of rubber being replaced, the engine was removed and flushed clean, seals, gaskets and welch plugs replaced, all the radiator and brake assemblies have been overhauled or renewed and it's got new wheels and tyres.
Other than these things and the black gunk the world's worst mechanic sprayed underneath, it's just like it was in the mid '70s and that is how it's going to stay.

FJ 555 is home where it belongs, with family and 00 1933 and there's no way I'll let it go again.
Mrs. Carps wouldn't let me even if I wanted to.



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Post  MMIII on Sun Jun 02, 2013 9:28 pm

Carps, what a great story. I feel like I've just watched a hollywood blockbuster but it hasn't cost me the price of admission Very Happy Fantastic.

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Post  Carps on Sun Jun 02, 2013 11:48 pm

Thanx for the compliments gang, think I've done enough editing, so I hope you enjoyed the back story.

However there's heaps more pics as I'm sure you can imagine, coz like the Mrs tells everyone, "Man if that car could talk, the stories it'd tell." Very Happy

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Post  blackcoupe on Mon Jun 03, 2013 1:04 pm

always enjoy your stories Pete must catch up soon

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Post  Big Vic on Mon Jun 03, 2013 4:50 pm

Great story Pete. What's meant to be, will be. The car has chosen you and that's all there is to it.
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Post  jptbird on Mon Jun 03, 2013 5:27 pm

One of the best 'reads' on any forum on the planet. Smile




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Post  Giobus on Mon Jun 03, 2013 9:27 pm

Pete,

Just as you told me the first time a few years back !

The good "Karma Train" certainly pulled in for you that night on High Street !!

The photos just added more to the story.


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Post  DaveG on Mon Jun 03, 2013 10:31 pm

That was like a great movie, I just sat from start to finish, Totally mesmorised by the story.
thanks Carps.


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Post  Oceanside TB on Tue Jun 04, 2013 6:23 pm

Great story Carps, like something you might hear from " Truthful Jones ". Yeah, like most of you guys, I still keep a wishful eye out for my 1st car - A '59 FC sedan.
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Post  Carps on Fri Jun 07, 2013 2:48 pm

I had a couple of FCs too, unlike the FJ, I never really gave any of them a second thought after they went to new homes, I know where a few of them live even today.

Most have changed over the years and that's no big deal although there is one that bugs me, because it's a very rare car and somehwre along the way it was destroyed, by people pulling the rare parts off it to use on other less desireable cars. I haven't seen it for a few years but last I did, the then new owner was trying to restore it back to original condition, but being rare he was struggling to find all the correct bits.

I always wondered about the Humpy but figured I'd never know, so never actively searched for it.

Had I blinked on that night in High St, I'd jhave probably missed it and by now it might be a whole different car.

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Post  PHughes on Mon Jun 24, 2013 4:12 pm

Most very interesting read.

I wonder if the so call best mechanic is still running his work shop, or if in fact he still has his License to do so.

always love to hear a story of a car the belongs to someone no matter where in the world they are, it appeasr that car was meant to be with you, what i would give to find my old XB Falcon. Mr Carps if you dont mined me asking what price did you sell her and buy her back for.

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Post  Carps on Mon Jun 24, 2013 10:47 pm

PHughes wrote:I wonder if the so call best mechanic is still running his work shop, or if in fact he still has his License to do so.
I hope not.

Check your PMs for remainder of answer.

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Post  PHughes on Tue Jun 25, 2013 10:47 am

Thans Mr Carps, looking forward to one day Seeing it and Meeting you.

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Post  Carps on Thu Jul 18, 2013 10:11 pm

Hey, isn't it time for the next car of the month?

Any nominations? volunteers?

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Post  DaveG on Fri Jul 19, 2013 8:04 am

Hi Carps
Yeah it is time, sorry I've been slack lately, a few car issues.  As Carps said any voulenteers .


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