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Today 12:42 AM
496CHEVY3100 Open air and a shade over your head ,,
Yesterday 09:20 PM
boothboy
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Originally Posted by 496CHEVY3100 View Post
This would solve One of your problems,
Now that's slick!

BB
Yesterday 08:38 PM
MARTINSR
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Originally Posted by 496CHEVY3100 View Post
This would solve One of your problems,
WILD!

Brian
Yesterday 08:20 PM
496CHEVY3100 This would solve One of your problems,
Yesterday 08:06 PM
496CHEVY3100 Better get in line before they sell out//Hi Teck at its finest,



SKULLY AR-1
Yesterday 04:39 PM
mud.man.rj
Truckstang.

The Mustang truck isn't too bad, the way the top drops in behind the top of the rear fender actually looks alright, transistion is fine from behind but as mentioned who knows from the side, maybe could have sold those in it's day.
Yesterday 02:52 PM
Dragonoake
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Originally Posted by MARTINSR View Post
WOW, the back is actually kinda cool, the front.......not so much.
I agree. I would have done some of the details differently, but I like the way the lines of the bed flow with the shape of the cab
Yesterday 02:04 PM
boothboy
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Originally Posted by 496CHEVY3100 View Post
I would hope the fire was not bigger than a campfire or a BBQ grill
Now don't you pick on that Crosley rig. It could put them out with the best of them.


As long as it wasn't on top of a hill.

BB
Yesterday 01:28 PM
496CHEVY3100 I would hope the fire was not bigger than a campfire or a BBQ grill
Yesterday 11:20 AM
MARTINSR
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Originally Posted by gearheadslife View Post
he was driving it and showing it, I didn't see your rod on the field..
not fer nothing, but there is a handicapped guy (around here)that brings out his rod to shows it's not perfect.. but he did it..
Gearhead, we discuss cars of all kinds here with an open mind. Someone will post something laughing at it and someone else will say they love it, they aren't offended by the comments. Someone could think what I am doing is a waste of time and laugh at me, it won't hurt my feelings because we are all different. This thread is sort of a etiquette rules don't apply and one better have an open mind to open it.

Brian
Yesterday 11:15 AM
MARTINSR
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Originally Posted by Northstar T View Post
Whooo. where did this come from? is the truck I mentioned yours? or a friend of yours? I must have unintentionally hit a nerve somewhere. if so then I apologize. I didn't care for that 40 Ford truck I showed with the 60 Chev fenders, and I admit to not being a fan of rat rods anyway, but if the owner enjoys it then I'm happy for him.

BTW I did drive my "rod" to the show from Grants pass with my wife. we always enjoy this show because of the scenic drive, show location on the lake, and the fact that most participants also drive to get there. very few trailered cars. we didn't get to the show until about 9:30, so we were in the back row. oh and BTW I built my 62 Vette in my single garage. engine/trans swap, mechanical, bodywork, paint, everything except stitching the interior. so I do understand about the passion.
Lots of nice cars at the show. which car there was yours?

Russ
Tushay.

Brian
Yesterday 09:29 AM
Northstar T
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Originally Posted by gearheadslife View Post
he was driving it and showing it, I didn't see your rod on the field..
not fer nothing, but there is a handicapped guy (around here)that brings out his rod to shows it's not perfect.. but he did it..
Whooo. where did this come from? is the truck I mentioned yours? or a friend of yours? I must have unintentionally hit a nerve somewhere. if so then I apologize. I didn't care for that 40 Ford truck I showed with the 60 Chev fenders, and I admit to not being a fan of rat rods anyway, but if the owner enjoys it then I'm happy for him.

BTW I did drive my "rod" to the show from Grants pass with my wife. we always enjoy this show because of the scenic drive, show location on the lake, and the fact that most participants also drive to get there. very few trailered cars. we didn't get to the show until about 9:30, so we were in the back row. oh and BTW I built my 62 Vette in my single garage. engine/trans swap, mechanical, bodywork, paint, everything except stitching the interior. so I do understand about the passion.
Lots of nice cars at the show. which car there was yours?

Russ
Yesterday 09:00 AM
Dave57210
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Originally Posted by boothboy View Post
Here is the story on the Mustang. I thought at first it was a Galpin Ford Conversion as they did a ton of stuff with the early Mustang in the good old days but no. It was done in FL. recently.
Here is the skinny.

BB

1965 Ford Mustang - Kangarute - Modified Mustangs & Fords Magazine
Why did he have to put those outsize wheels on it? I don't mind the seats - I'm a BIG fan of comfort - but those 18 inch (which look more like 18 foot!) wheels gotta go - but that's an easy fix.
Yesterday 08:29 AM
gearheadslife
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Originally Posted by Northstar T View Post
No I don't. you should see it up close. the welds are raw goobers and nothing is straight on it. it's a mess. maybe the fins would be a good idea if done better, but this one certainly wasn't.
he was driving it and showing it, I didn't see your rod on the field..
not fer nothing, but there is a handicapped guy (around here)that brings out his rod to shows it's not perfect.. but he did it..
Yesterday 08:28 AM
MARTINSR
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Originally Posted by boothboy View Post
Here is the story on the Mustang. I thought at first it was a Galpin Ford Conversion as they did a ton of stuff with the early Mustang in the good old days but no. It was done in FL. recently.
Here is the skinny.

BB

1965 Ford Mustang - Kangarute - Modified Mustangs & Fords Magazine
He SERIOUSLY lost me with those buckets. double

Brian
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