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Old 03-28-2013, 06:07 PM
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Here's a 1957 chevy some may remember me doing a little work on.. Some before and after shot's...





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Old 03-28-2013, 06:10 PM
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nice work and great results !!!!!!!!!!!!!

hey............ always wondered about a car with tires on it that big, does it drive normal ? or do the big tires tend to pull the car around in the road when it gets in the ruts or groves in the road or highway ?

Thanks man........ and again.......... nice work !!!!!
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Old 03-28-2013, 08:28 PM
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nice work and great results !!!!!!!!!!!!!

hey............ always wondered about a car with tires on it that big, does it drive normal ? or do the big tires tend to pull the car around in the road when it gets in the ruts or groves in the road or highway ?

Thanks man........ and again.......... nice work !!!!!
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Here's one that I built and was my car... It did very well and didn't pull much in the ruts.. Had 18.5's under the back end...I owned five or six pro street cars,, They all handled good on the street.. The one I posted with the Ls in it hasn't been down the road yet.. I just finished wiring up the motor, Still has a ways to go before hitting the street's... My friend is build this car for his son to go to school in.. He's a very lucky boy..

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Old 03-29-2013, 08:55 AM
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Sir you are a true Craftsman. If I lived near you, your shop doors would need to be locked to keep from watching every move you made each day.

What a great job you're doing.


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Sir you are a true Craftsman. If I lived near you, your shop doors would need to be locked to keep from watching every move you made each day.

What a great job you're doing.


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nice.. not crazy about the tomato soup color. but still killer car
hope the teen doesn't wrap it around tree/pole
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Looking super Randy. Is this the same painter that you always use, same guy that did the t-bucket? I'm curious because someday I'm gonna get you to fix the door bottoms on my '57 P/U. Nolan
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WOW! You certainly did some very extensive work there...and worth every minute you spent on it. I like to think of myself as a fairly decent restorer...but I pale in comparison to your incredible work. Cudo's to you my friend...beautiful car! I had to type thie 3 times because I've suddenly developed a keyboard stut-stut-stutter. LOL
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It fit's the car just right...I think the kid will be Ok..
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Looking super Randy. Is this the same painter that you always use, same guy that did the t-bucket? I'm curious because someday I'm gonna get you to fix the door bottoms on my '57 P/U. Nolan
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WOW! You certainly did some very extensive work there...and worth every minute you spent on it. I like to think of myself as a fairly decent restorer...but I pale in comparison to your incredible work. Cudo's to you my friend...beautiful car! I had to type thie 3 times because I've suddenly developed a keyboard stut-stut-stutter. LOL
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What a great job you're doing.


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You may be the first one there. If I was welcomed, the most comfortable chair and tea and or beer would be on me. lol
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