|Today 08:41 AM|
|1971BB427||I don't comment often, but I check out your build at every update John! Just stunning metal work!|
|Today 07:31 AM|
|Pats55||Totally unbelievable workmanship and a inspiration to the next generation of builders. I hope you never put a carpet over it|
|Today 04:15 AM|
|Yesterday 10:53 PM|
|CraigK||So shineeeeeeeey. Your going to have make everyone take their shoes off when they go for a ride!|
|Yesterday 08:34 PM|
Holy cow that is looking good!
|Yesterday 08:07 PM|
|Yesterday 07:57 PM|
|Too Many Projects||That trunk floor is softly calling to you from the corner like a beautiful Brunette under the street light....|
|Yesterday 07:38 PM|
The driver's side foot well is basically made but it is just laying there. It will still require just a bit of trimming but for now it is time to move on to the passenger side.
Gettin closer to that trunk floor.
|03-10-2014 06:34 AM|
|deadbodyman||Welcome Larry, we love pics here larry so post some pics in your intro...|
|03-09-2014 04:57 PM|
We have all been to the sites where it is all about big egos and what some self proclaimed expert deems appropriate. Though we may have different tastes and prefer different styles we all appreciate the hard work and talent it takes to build a car and enjoy sharing our ideas.
I am strictly a hobbyist who enjoys doing his own work but many here are professionals who have lots of knowledge to share. The purpose for my thread is/was not to prove how good I am but to show the newer or less experienced guys what can be done with some basic tools along with a whole lot of patience. Glad to see you have enjoyed the thread and the guys who contribute to it.
Post some pictures and be sure to introduce yourself if you have not done so already.
Again, Welcome aboard.
|03-09-2014 12:17 PM|
|one bad 51 merc||
Just joined this site and just spent another cold Sunday reading your intire post. It was great! I have been building cars and Harley's for over 40 years and 25 as a shop owner. your work here reminds me of when I first started when your time didn't represent $60.00 an hour and you could not open a catalog and order what you need. this was really inspiring. wish I could go out to the shop right now! But winter's like this in Wisconsin are not affordable when it comes to heating a 4000 sq ft hobbie shop. LP got up to almost $6.00 a gal at times this year! anyhow great post and as for the rest of you guy's I enjoyed reading your comments, unlike some other sites which seem more like a bad reality show where everyone seems more concerned with their own opinion instead of appeiciateing someone else's efforts! keep up the good work. larry
|03-08-2014 08:14 PM|
LOL, It's been so long since this thread mentioned Old Rusty I decided to post another picture of my test panel. I wonder how much easier it will be to make it out of the low carbon metal Jim brought me.
Maybe play with that the first of the week along with a budget beer.
|03-08-2014 07:55 PM|
You know what Fred Sanford use to say, "Budget Beer gives me gas!"
(Oh wait a minute, maybe that was bottled beer)
|03-08-2014 06:53 PM|
Right up John's alley.
|03-08-2014 06:35 PM|
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