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Old 11-02-2008, 12:00 PM
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New project starting soon!!!!!!!!

Well the new project will be starting soon.Dreams do come true!!!!! Alot of hard work will get you there one day.
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Old 11-03-2008, 05:56 PM
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Not to toss any cold water on the enthusiasm or anything, but that thing has too many tires under it (I noticed one of them didn't even touch the ground!), no visible engine, no seats and no way to open the doors with that strap in the way. And what's up with that long platform between the body and the tires?

I'm sorry, but it would be 'way easier to just get on craigslist and buy a nice Subaru or Pinto that's ready to drive.




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Old 11-03-2008, 07:00 PM
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Not to toss any cold water on the enthusiasm or anything, but that thing has too many tires under it (I noticed one of them didn't even touch the ground!), no visible engine, no seats and no way to open the doors with that strap in the way. And what's up with that long platform between the body and the tires?

I'm sorry, but it would be 'way easier to just get on craigslist and buy a nice Subaru or Pinto that's ready to drive.




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Thanks grouch......I was starting to think I didn't have any support here... 1 out of the 36 people that read this thread. Like I said!!!! Thanks alot grouch...
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GOOD LUCK! what are your plans for the build???
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Old 11-03-2008, 07:48 PM
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HeY!


I subscribed right up about 5 minuets after you posted I just didn't know what to say yet.

Here's some support GET TO WORK!

J/K

I'll bet it runs real quiet


Better to be a smart arse than a dumb arse I always say.

So you got Chip Foose to draw out a rendering of the finished product?????

What is it?




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Old 11-03-2008, 08:30 PM
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HeY!


I subscribed right up about 5 minuets after you posted I just didn't know what to say yet.

Here's some support GET TO WORK!

J/K

I'll bet it runs real quiet


Better to be a smart arse than a dumb arse I always say.

So you got Chip Foose to draw out a rendering of the finished product?????

What is it?




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It is very Quiet right now!!!! But it won't be for long.. It will be pro street for sure!! With a blown 454 big block.(CHEVY) Sorry Centerline!!!!! Just joking CL..
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Awesome 40 - 41 willys right?
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You shouldn't build it, it looks all out of shape and the rear fender wells are way to big. I should definitly come and take that junk to the heap for ya. I'm only 5 hrs away you let me know Ok
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Old 11-03-2008, 10:40 PM
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You shouldn't build it, it looks all out of shape and the rear fender wells are way to big. I should definitly come and take that junk to the heap for ya. I'm only 5 hrs away you let me know Ok

Let me think about it a little while.. nope !!!!!!
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Old 11-03-2008, 10:48 PM
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It's a Dennis Taylor body.New body.The guy that was building it,Had it all together,And one day his garage door opener caught fire, And dripped on the roof of the car, And set it on fire.Burnt a hole in the roof,Easy fix...He paid $12,000.00 to get a new body to replace it.I paid $1,600.00 for it. Boy did I grab it really fast.
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Old 11-03-2008, 10:50 PM
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Awesome 40 - 41 willys right?

Your right,41 willys...
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Thief!!!

Hmmmm garage door opener

hmmmmmmmmmmm


Now to find a 70 GTO drop top in a Garage....

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Old 11-03-2008, 11:03 PM
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You shouldn't build it, it looks all out of shape and the rear fender wells are way to big. I should definitly come and take that junk to the heap for ya. I'm only 5 hrs away you let me know Ok
Did you notice the wheelbase? The front tires are almost touching the rear ones!

That wood must be somebody's attempt to deal with the hurricane surges Louisiana's notorious for. It's just crazy.

5 hours away is still too close for comfort. NEW INTERIORS should ship it here to Kentucky. I will sacrifice a place out behind the barn for it, so nobody will suffer nightmares from seeing such a thing.

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Burnt a hole in the roof,Easy fix...He paid $12,000.00 to get a new body to replace it.I paid $1,600.00 for it.
See? It's already ruined one man's mind -- whoever heard of a $10,400 hole in the roof?!?

Think of the children. It's nothing less than my duty to save them from suffering the same awful fate.

I'll put on my torch goggles to protect mind and eyes and try to perform a body-ectomy on the monster. There may be hope of separating the Willys from that unclassy chassis. Probably take a few years. Then I'll need to keep it under close observation for a few more years to make sure the thing doesn't grow back. I promise to test it with various engines to be certain there are no rejection problems. Yup. It's the only sensible way to save the patient.

NEW INTERIORS, please give me a half-hour's notice before you deliver the critter. I want to make sure all my neighbors have their kids safely stashed away when it rolls by.
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are you sure thats not a Street beast body?????
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