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Old 11-28-2011, 03:25 PM
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ebay has model t radiators but not the outside shell not sure what kind to put on here yet probably do that in the spring anyway. cut the bottom out of the casket today now have to cut for the reat axle and the tranny hole cant afford a moon gas tank 500.00 so im using a 3 gallon air tank and converting it over spray it black add a few cobwebs there better then moon told my boss to look for this in wildwood next sept. didnt tell her what i was building but your husband will love it "what is it?" oh cant say right now but u have your chevys, fords, mopars, then there will be mine the one that people will be talking about.

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Old 11-28-2011, 04:38 PM
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All sounds good... Now... back to work !!!! CHOP!!!! CHOP !!!
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Look's like you may need a ride... I will send for the truck to pick you up...

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Old 11-30-2011, 05:15 PM
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Look's like you may need a ride... I will send for the truck to pick you up...
I'm not sure why this didn't get deleted too... But it was to a spammer,, not to wayneooo.. Just in case someone was wondering what I was talking about..
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Shade tree building...luv it.
I love it also. It is how most people start out.Most of the great old Hot Rods were built that way.
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Anyone who builds their car outdoors is okay by me. Too many guys claim their car is "home built," then show photos of it taken in a 5000 sq ft shop, complete with hydraulic press, metal shears and brakes, hydraulic hoists, and more $ in professional equipment than my whole house cost. Yeah, right, you LIVE there...

Try building a car in a single car garage, crawling underneath on your back on a cold concrete (or gravel) floor, and you'll have a whole new appreciation for "home built."
I agree,been there done that.Not everybody can afford the best of everything.
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Wayneooo, Wanna trade user names???????
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well knocked of the spot welds for the rear and set the axle under the frame instead of on top. made beefer mount pads out of a piece of extra 2.5x2.5 tubing.. Got my wire wheels yesterday (Will post pics later on today.) got the pieces cut for the steering box mount . will put this on today along with the break pedal and make a floor board for the driver postion.....my next place will have a garage or a horse barn losing a lot of time here just doing this on weekends coming along but would be nice to work in the evening a bit here and there got a dragster type gas pedal off ebay. will have to get a speedboat cable or something like that bout 7' long to reach the carb hookup
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ok waiting for front tires,but got the rims just there for ride heightstill on stands got the break pedal welded in place and the steering box bracket mounted, now need to drill hole in box for drag link. and mount the radius rods. body snatcher less engine
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Looking good so far.
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Old 12-17-2011, 07:59 PM
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Looks like a death trap...
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If hope you're joking because, if you're not, there's no place on any forum for rudeness like that.
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Your KILLIN ME.....
I think I'd through a ford motor in it though....Found On Road unDead ...
Or a For Sale sign that says only one previous owner..
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Old 12-18-2011, 06:40 AM
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I think you should call it ''LAST RIDE''...
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thats funny only one previous onwer
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