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Old 04-27-2011, 05:25 PM
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Thanks Randy That Bucket is coming along Great, and the Chevy is nice too! You do great work Later John T.

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Thanks Randy That Bucket is coming along Great, and the Chevy is nice too! You do great work Later John T.

Thanks Mr.John... I try to do my best,, Even with the little I have...

I said I wasn't going to post anymore on the t-bucket,, But Here is a little teaser...



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I love em both Randy. I hope you will keep on posting photos of both.

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G,day Randy,

You mentioned that the beast is smallish in size. I was wondering if you could post the width and length of the chassis to give an overall idea of the actual size of your C-cab. Fantastic work too mate!!!!
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G,day Randy,

You mentioned that the beast is smallish in size. I was wondering if you could post the width and length of the chassis to give an overall idea of the actual size of your C-cab. Fantastic work too mate!!!!


Not a problem..

1.The car is 6'' off the ground..
2.from the ground to the top of the c. Is 62''..
3.from the ground to the top of the back part of the roof is.57''..
4.the widest point on the body is 48''..
5.Wheel base is right around 112''..
6.the body alone is 91'' long..

Hope this give's you a good idea...

I'm 6'-238 lbs... Here a shot with me by it..



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Mate, Thanks for the dimensions. I am building a bucket and the C is only a little longer. That thing is a absolute rip snorter, I love it.
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Hey Randy,
Are you in the flood plane now since they opened the spillway? Hope not. Oh yea, I know you been busy but it's been 13 days since an update
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Mate, Thanks for the dimensions. I am building a bucket and the C is only a little longer. That thing is a absolute rip snorter, I love it.
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Are you in the flood plane now since they opened the spillway? Hope not. Oh yea, I know you been busy but it's been 13 days since an update
Later John T.
I'm still high and dry for now... Hope it stays that way... We will see what happens now that they open the Morganza Spillway.. The river is very high right now.. The bayou's here isn't very high yet.... I'm sure they will be coming up soon..

As far as the c-cab... I have it on hold for now... Been really busy with my 1950 Chevy coupe for now...I also been trying to put together everything That Gearz want's, to get it on TV...So I may get back on it soon...
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Will be waiting and watching Randy.


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Thanks Cole... As soon as they give me a date, I will post it here if I can..
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Hi Randy hope it all works out and to your friends in your great state if there is any damage it is minimum I know how you must feel we have had something like 7000 earthquakes since Sept 4 rock on big guy!!!! all the very best from down under
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From here too Randy, hope all you know and love have an easy time with the Mississippi and all. It sucks to have to worry about such stuff and there are a lot of people who haven't been sleeping lately with worry.

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Thanks Guy's.. Man !!! it must be something about me building a car here.. When I built the rat truck... We had to leave because of a Hurricane.. Now we have to break out the boats..

The funny thing about this.. I ''NEVER'' watch the news on TV.. I hate to watch it !!!!! It always brings me down... So I don't watch it... Don't need to fill my head with all the garbage they talk about.. I have better things to do... I did look at some pictures on the web.... All I do know is... They opened the spillways...Not really sure what's happening with the water since they open it... I'm Putting all my trust else where.. So what happen's... Happens... I pray that no one has to deal with any flooding..... Thanks again..Randy
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Man !!!! Here is something you don't see everyday... I could not believe it... I was searching for the model..

THIS IS WHEN I WISH I WAS RICH !!!!!

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C-cab

So now ya gotta finish yours!

The standard of comparison is out there, but I think yours is gonna be better
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