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Old 03-17-2011, 10:32 PM
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Old 03-17-2011, 11:19 PM
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You know what I am enjoying is that you are doing all kinds of stuff that would have thought if you asked my opinion, "Nope, that won't work". But you do it and I look at it and say "Holy crap, that works!" It really is looking good.

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Old 03-18-2011, 03:44 AM
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What, its not carbon fiber?
How ya gonna get the extra 15HP then? Hah.....

Nice touch.
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WOW!

I just read through this entire thread, Sir, you're amazing!

I stress out trying to weld a bracket straight, you've built a complete car straight and square!

Oh, that clown on the T-Bucket forum......Reminds me of the song/video by Brad Paisley, "I'm so much cooler online". Those keyboard commandos are the best builders in the business, just ask them.
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Old 03-18-2011, 08:00 AM
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You know what I am enjoying is that you are doing all kinds of stuff that would have thought if you asked my opinion, "Nope, that won't work". But you do it and I look at it and say "Holy crap, that works!" It really is looking good.

Brian

LOL, I hope that came out right. I am talking about style, taste, I have this different picture in my head where you are going, like with the back end, you do something different, something I never would think would look good, and I love it. Does that sound better?

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I dig it the spoiler. Very tasteful! Can't wait to see what's in store for the center console though!
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Both of those are good examples, I wouldn't have done either one and they both look very good. Seeing it in process is so much better than seeing it all done. I like both of those features a lot.

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WOW!

I just read through this entire thread, Sir, you're amazing!

I stress out trying to weld a bracket straight, you've built a complete car straight and square!

Oh, that clown on the T-Bucket forum......Reminds me of the song/video by Brad Paisley, "I'm so much cooler online". Those keyboard commandos are the best builders in the business, just ask them.
You don't know how many times Randy and I have been at cruise nights and heard someone telling his buddy all about a car they are looking at and he is so wrong it is a good thing his buddy knows less than him.
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Old 03-18-2011, 11:41 AM
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Randy it looks super cool. You could not have gotten the proportions more right.
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Man !!!! you guy's are the ones that are AMAZING !!! Y'all don't realize how much fuel y'all are dumping on this build...Thanks for the support... Before this car, I was going to shut the doors on hot rodding... But I guess maybe it's only the beginning... Thanks... I needed all of the support... Since y'all have the fire burning high right now.... I will post these new pictures of where this WILD RIDE is heading... ENJOY !!!!





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Randy, I have to ask, is that diamond in the back on the side not straight, or is it the way the picture was taken, or is it the way you wanted it, or last and more than likely is it me and my one eye, I have been going to ask before, and I don't think anyone else said anything, that's why I thought it might be me.

It is looking outstanding by the way. Don't quit building your too young.

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Love it!!! Very nice!!!
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Yeah, the whole back end is awesome, very 60's Starbirdish, very cool.

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Randy, I have to ask, is that diamond in the back on the side not straight, or is it the way the picture was taken, or is it the way you wanted it, or last and more than likely is it me and my one eye, I have been going to ask before, and I don't think anyone else said anything, that's why I thought it might be me.

It is looking outstanding by the way. Don't quit building your too young.

Bob
I think it's all about the shades of brown on that rear panel that is playing with your "eye". I see it as straight. Very cool touch too, isn't it?

Brian
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