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11-26-2010 01:13 PM
DanTwoLakes Let's move this to Body-Exterior, which is where I think you meant to put it in the first place.

11-25-2010 10:57 PM
channeling a model a sedan

i was wondering if this a good idea to keep the original floor sub frame when channeling a model a sedan. the one i have is in pretty good shape. its strait and there is just a little bit of rust repair the need to be done. and how do you modify the floor to in stall a drive line tunnel and keep the structural strength of the floor. the idea i have is to put a large radius is a this piece of flat bar to go in between the part of the sub frame i cut out for the drive line if you have built something like this or know of a reference book about channeling a body let me know. thank you

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