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|View Poll Results: As it is right now, what do you think this hunk of junk it worth?|
|$0 - $500||20||12.66%|
|$500 - $1000||20||12.66%|
|$1000 - $1500||24||15.19%|
|$1500 - $2000||29||18.35%|
|$2000 - $2500||19||12.03%|
|$2500 - $3000||14||8.86%|
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|06-27-2011, 02:57 PM||#1|
Join Date: Jun 2009
Location: Waco, TX
My first build; 1955 First Series Panel Truck.
Check out post #117 for my epiphany.
1955 First Series Chevy Panel Truck
I have been working on this truck for a few years now, but the sites that I have been using so far either provide me very little feedback or the feedback I get is useless because I know more than everyone else on that particular site. Truth be told, I don't know jack. This is my first build; I've never done anything this extreme. I have made a million mistakes already and have a few million more to make.
The reason I am posting here is because I want ideas, suggestions, and even warnings. I'm posting what I have done so far and I'll keep posting on this thread as I keep working on the truck.
I'll post pictures in order if at all possible. Other pictures are at http://www.cardomain.com/ride/314556...nel-van/page-3
Feel free to ask questions and throw advice at me!
The day I "found" it. Paid $500.
I knew I wanted it bagged but I had very little money to spend. So, I decided to use an S10 frame.
I laid the frame out as far as it would go. I didn't use drop spindles.
Then I tore the truck to hell:
Last edited by EnragedHawk; 03-31-2012 at 01:48 PM.