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Old 11-09-2010, 10:26 AM
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1938 chevrolet coupe chopped 3"

Sorry for not properly introducing myself and my car. I work from home in the dental lab business and have extra time to work almost daily on my project thanks to politicians screwing up our economy. I have been working on this car for about 5 years now, and am just about ready for paint finally. Planning on a black paint job with traditional flames up front. I chopped the car 3" and retained hinges and handles for more of a traditional look. Figured that black will always be in style, but it sure takes alot of time to prep for black. I keep lowering the car more and more, but have attained the look that I want finally. Its looking like winter has set in here in Utah now, so trying to finish up the car for a spring debut. Hope some one can answer my question that I posted about compact spares fitting my ford bolt patterns and still clearing my front disc brakes!

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Old 11-09-2010, 03:07 PM
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Welcome to the site, There are alot of really great people on this board that can and will gladly help you out.



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