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Old 02-06-2011, 11:48 AM
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Thanks Guy's... I usually get to bed around 1:00 am.... Then it all start's all over again around 8:oo am..

I do have to say.. The way I did all my patterns with the wood.. Is making this build very easy to build.. I thought the rat truck was easy.. This one blow's it away.. Are I'm just getting better at it.. I was in my shop late last night with my wife.. I was telling her, That this build is coming together better then I ever imagine.. I also said to her,There's is something else about it too.. Not sure what it is yet,, But this build has me on fire.. Like no other build I ever did.. I can see it done already in my head..

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Old 02-06-2011, 11:55 AM
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You have been staring at that Ice truck for 35 years is why! That and of course it is very easy for you that is obvious from the photos.

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Old 02-06-2011, 01:56 PM
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Got a little more done after Church.. Me and my son wanted to try the body for a fit.. Well it fit as planed !!!! Looks cool..




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Old 02-06-2011, 02:00 PM
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Few more.. Pay no mind to the cheap set of wheels..LOL




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Old 02-06-2011, 02:03 PM
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Randy,How do you make so much progress so fast?
Its looking great.
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You da Man, Randy. And you have such a great attitude in allowing us all to peek over your shoulder to watch and learn. If any of you young or new rodders aren't taking advantage of this opportunity to witness a master at work, then you've in the wrong sport.

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Great job on the motor mounts. Very nicely done.... but they would look better with a Ford bolted to them. Nice progress so far but I do think your motor needs a little "machine" work.

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Old 02-06-2011, 06:56 PM
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Randy,How do you make so much progress so fast?
Its looking great.
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Shane.. I will say this.. I'm really holding back on this due to $$$ and I have other things to do.. Plus I won't to take this one all the way.. I really want to put a little extra into this one..


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Great job on the motor mounts. Very nicely done.... but they would look better with a Ford bolted to them. Nice progress so far but I do think your motor needs a little "machine" work.

Centerline.. You must still be on them Meds !!! LOL
I was starting to wonder why that motor wouldn't start..
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My God are you in a relay race for something! The damn thing will be in paint by mid week!

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You da Man, Randy. And you have such a great attitude in allowing us all to peek over your shoulder to watch and learn. If any of you young or new rodders aren't taking advantage of this opportunity to witness a master at work, then you've in the wrong sport.

I think I have a new religion. I don't bow to the east, I bow to the south...Louisiana to be exact.

Thanks Cboy... But I'm happy to share what I enjoy doing.. And most of all, Just maybe it might help someone here with their project..You should give yourself some credit also..My friend, You are Master yourself.. You have been there also.. And made some great hot rods... Your journal should be a book..I wish I was better at explaining what I'm posting.. I would sure do so... If anyone has any Questions about any of this build.. I will do my best to give a answer... Glade everyone is enjoying this so far.. I know I am.. Thanks to everyone that back's me on my builds.. It means a lot... It's fuel to me.. Glade God has giving me a chance to show my work.. Again THANKS !!!!
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Old 02-06-2011, 07:08 PM
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My God are you in a relay race for something! The damn thing will be in paint by mid week!

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No Brian.. I'm only using what I have around my shop right now.. Until I can buy My steel..


But I can see where it wouldn't take long to build this hot rod.. Very easy so far..
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Old 02-06-2011, 07:29 PM
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its always easier when there is a fire for a project in your belly!
and it looks like you are on fire, for sure!
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