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Old 01-17-2013, 04:35 PM
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I agree ,sectioning ,would be shortning ans mabe lengthening also.I think we have this one covered.

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Hotrod Glossary...
1.Hot Rod Glossary of Terms
2.http://olskoolrodz.com/forum/showthread.php?t=32823
3.http://greaseralley.com/2010/02/09/hot-rod-glossary/
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Guys, we had solved the Pancaked and sectioned, so I asked what was it called on the La Jolla?

Now you messed it all up and we have to discuss "Sectioned". In customizing it is commonly where something is cut and the profile lowered just as on pancaking the hood. It is not making something shorter or longer. This is clearly explained in the three glossary's Randy posted.

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Then what exactly is what they did on the La Jolla? It is a LOT different than sectioning the hood, was there a name for it? Someone may call it "rounding the corners" which was a common term (still is of course) but is the La Jolla just an extreme version of "rounding" the corners?

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Ok, we have "Pancaking", what was it on the La Jolla?

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The funny thing is, all three of those links Randy are exactly the same. So they aren't three different "sources" because they are exactly the same two of them at the very least simply copied the first one. Or all three copied someone else!

But I agree, pancaking is what it is called.

Edit: LOL, I took one of those definitions "Custom" and it's found at 13 different sites. http://www.google.com/#hl=en&tbo=d&s...w=1360&bih=667

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Guys, we had solved the Pancaked and sectioned, so I asked what was it called on the La Jolla?

Now you messed it all up and we have to discuss "Sectioned". In customizing it is commonly where something is cut and the profile lowered just as on pancaking the hood. It is not making something shorter or longer. This is clearly explained in the three glossary's Randy posted.

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When you section the side of a car.. Say 6''... The side on the car does get shorter... It doesn't get taller for sure... So I can you say it doesn't get shorter ??

And as far as pancaking a hood.. Your only lowwering the front of the hood... Not the back too..
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The funny thing is, all three of those links Randy are exactly the same. So they aren't three different "sources" because they are exactly the same two of them at the very least simply copied the first one. Or all three copied someone else!

But I agree, pancaking is what it is called.


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So what's your point ???

I can't believe you lived on the west coast with some of the best kustom builders and never heard of pancaking...

I'm sure if you walked into george barris, Big Daddy Roth, And gene winfield's shop and asked them,, They would sure let you know....
I really don't think they will say..LET'S SEE !!! It's called this on the east coast. It's called this on the west coast,, And I don't know what the h*** they call it on the south coast !!!!
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When you section the side of a car.. Say 6''... The side on the car does get shorter... It doesn't get taller for sure... So I can you say it doesn't get shorter ??

And as far as pancaking a hood.. Your only lowwering the front of the hood... Not the back too..
It's all a matter of semantics, that isn't "shortening", you are right that if it were a person they would be getting "shorter" if you sectioned a foot out of the middle. But for some reason sectioning something like a building or car or something that shape isn't called "shortening". But to "shorten" a car would be this.



The glossery's posted state "Sectioning": Removing a horizontal section of bodywork to lower the overall height of the body.

But again, this is all crap and you say tomato and I say, well, tomato.

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It's all a matter of semantics, that isn't "shortening", you are right that if it were a person they would be getting "shorter" but for some reason. But to "shorten" a car would be this.



The glossery's posted state "Sectioning": Removing a horizontal section of bodywork to lower the overall height of the body.

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Oh my god Man!!!! Are you kidding me ??? Let me walk away now.. You will go to any means to be right..Your right and everyone is wrong... I guess if they cut my legs off of me I wouldn't be any shorter...:drun k:
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We are discussing what these terms mean, what discussing something with other people tossing out their ideas don't you get?

I agreed with you but elaborated, what did I do wrong?

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this belongs in the ''come on man'' thread

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That "restored" looking one is pretty funky, don't get it. But the Gasser looking shortened ones are cool I think,





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