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Old 02-04-2018, 04:38 PM
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Sweet, those wheels look the business...

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Wiring has begun.
Made the fuse panel hid able.
Now you see it, Now you almost don't. almost lol
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Old 06-24-2018, 05:04 PM
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Been a while for an update.


Something for you guys with a model A that has the rear cross spring removed.
Made a small trunk under the seat for tool box, jack etc.

Begun the interior.
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Old 07-28-2018, 05:47 PM
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Very good work there.
Some of the stock 4 door Model A's also had a set down in the rear floor (where you would put your feet) for storage purposes, but in a hot rod that may not always be possible.
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Been one hot and sticky summer here this year. Tuff to get motivated to do any work on the old A when your body is wore out from all day in the heat.

Interior is almost done. Just the bucket seats to reupholster and the car will be finally done.
Hopefully before the snow flies.
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Very nice looking trim job.
Here is hoping you can get to drive it before the snow.
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Wow very nice interior
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Santa's Model Sleigh Is finally Done.
Out in the snow for the first time.
Well what little there is of it.
Just got to wait till spring to take it out for a test drive.
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For got to update the interior.


Winter project is to up date the headliner.


Give it a little more pizazz.
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Headliner updated.


Backed the A out in the snow to warm it up to check for leaks.


Man I can't wait for spring.
Weather for cast for today. 12 more inches. Oh Man!
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All polished up. Just waiting for the snow to go.
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Thanks Poppa.
Really got the etch to drive this thing.
Snow bank in front of my shop turned in to a giant pop cycle.


Hopefully will melt by Memorial day.
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