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Old 10-03-2010, 04:59 PM
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Here is my next project: 1927 Dodge 5 window coupe

Oh yea, i picked up a 1927 Dodge coupe that's been sitting out in a field for 50+ years. It's gonna be my next build, check it out.
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Old 10-03-2010, 05:08 PM
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Good to be young enough to start on something that ambitious . Big bank account ?
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Old 10-03-2010, 05:20 PM
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Bank account is rather small. This is going to be a rat rod.......Going for a chopped top, a fuel injected 302 and a 5 speed T5...
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Old 10-03-2010, 05:29 PM
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That's what I would have to do with it also . T-bucket look with a Dodge . Way too cool . Keep us up to date with it . You may start with aT-bucket frame from Speedway to simplify , unless you plan to build your own frame from scratch . Either way should be fun and rewarding . Good luck ....Allan
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NICE....We dont need lotsa cash.
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This is a great find and will make a really nice ride.Take lots of time to enjoy this one.
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I know a guy who buys and sells Chrslyer, Dodge and Plymouth parts and cars of that vintage and has for years. At any time he will have 15-25 of these cars in his yard. And I have never seen that body style. Before I cut that up I would do some research you never know what it may be worth!

If it turns out being worth little your plans sound very good. But I would check first, you never know what you could be cutting up.

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Nice project!!
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Good find.... will be a truly unique ride
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Love them bullit holes...Looks like something I would fall in love with for sure..
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[QUOTE=deadbodyman]Love them bullit holes...Looks like something I would fall in love with for sure..[/QUOTE/]

Definitely a plus for a rat rod .
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