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Old 04-15-2013, 05:07 PM
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Here's the shot's of the floor and tunnel I did for him..
Got to try my hands at some Race car interior..This was a first for me..




That looks Top Notch! I Feel sorry for the guys that get a hack job to do their tin work and it looks scary!

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Old 04-15-2013, 06:27 PM
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Looking good, Randy! Tools and the interior!

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Good looking tools! I could ruin a lot of sheet metal playing with those!
Thanks guy's... These tools come in handy for sure... someone wanted to buy my 20 ton press brake for me,, I use it A LOT... The only down side to it is,, I built it with some steel I had left over,, So it wasn't enough to make it as wide as I would have liked it so I might just have to let it go... I one to build a bigger one (longer)..This one can only bend something 34'' wide... But it will bend up to 5/16 plate..

Like I said.. It comes in handy around the shop..
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Old 04-15-2013, 06:31 PM
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That looks Top Notch! I Feel sorry for the guys that get a hack job to do their tin work and it looks scary!
I know what your saying about bad work... He took out the stuff they had in the car before I showed up... But I did get to see it ...

Let's just say the guy that built the car must have not done the stuff inside... great car and well done... BUT !!! What they had inside had to be covered with carpet..That's how bad it was... Look's very nice now... And won't be getting carpet over it..
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Those tools look a lot like something that I'd get my finger stuck in and cause some serious pain. (Did I mention my tendency towards clumsiness?)
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Old 04-15-2013, 06:57 PM
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Those tools look a lot like something that I'd get my finger stuck in and cause some serious pain. (Did I mention my tendency towards clumsiness?)
I know what you mean..LOL..

I watch mine very close...hehehehehe
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Old 04-15-2013, 06:58 PM
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Here's a little video of my friend running his car before I did the tunnel..

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Awesome work Randy. If its okay with the owner, tell us more about him and the car. What strip does he run at? It's a sweet ride. Nolan
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Awesome work Randy. If its okay with the owner, tell us more about him and the car. What strip does he run at? It's a sweet ride. Nolan
He just bought the car not to long ago,,, A girl was running the car before him... He hasn't ran it yet,, Still getting a few bug's out of it..As for the track,, I'm not sure where he will be going with it... He's going to be making 60 soon and has been racing sometime now... We are hoping to have it ready soon...
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Well, I'd say you got it right the first time! That looks awesome!
x2 that looks great
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OLNOLAN... I forgot to say.. The car has a 406 chevy with a two speed in it..
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The press brake would be great for making brackets. Sometimes you need a really long bend, other times you just need the grunt to bend some thicker stock.
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The press brake would be great for making brackets. Sometimes you need a really long bend, other times you just need the grunt to bend some thicker stock.
Very true Mr.Bob... The press brake is great for the brackets,, I'm working on the sheet metal brake today... Should be done soon.. So far it works great...
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Here's another one that has been keeping me busy..




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It may have been the first aluminum interior you've done, but it's first class work you did for me. Keep that Vision Board in sight and always thinking about it, it may take a little time but it will happen. A positive attitude always has a positive outcome. Keep the Faith and may God Bless you and your Family
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