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Hot Rods Aluminum 1929 Pickup

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Alumatruck, Mar 1, 2012.

  1. Alumatruck
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    Hi!

    I'm Robin, from Sweden!

    I have my own buisness www.borasmetalshaping.se, we are making all kind of metal works for Hot Rods and Custom.

    So I had to build something to my self, like a shoptruck, to show people my work when i go on different kind of meets!

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    Body:

    All Aluminum handmade
    Made with the Ford model A front, and the rest is build from my head
    The roof is choped
    You can see on the pictures what's made with it!

    Chassi:

    Ford 1932 frame
    Pinched for model A body
    Four link all around
    tube axle
    Ford 8'' rear axle
    American racing rims

    New pictures guys!

    Hope you like it!

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    Inside of the truck:

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    The outside and close ups!

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    Enjoy!

    Thank you all on HAMB for great responding!!

    /Robin

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    I've been working with metal shaping for about 3 years now on full time, so still learning!
    Only 20 years old so have alot of years left to learn!

    Hope you guys on HAMB like my work and tell me what you think!
    Last edited: Jun 18, 2012
  2. junk yard kid
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    Thats a hell of an intro.
  3. 117harv
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    Be careful what you wish for. Do you have anymore pics, back, inside, etc.
  4. rottenleonard
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    Looks good!!! I'd like to see more detailed pictures.
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  5. Alumatruck
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    Yes, there will be more pictures, late in Sweden now, so tomorow maybe!

    Thanks! Yes, coming up!
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    1. Canadian Bacon (Northern HAMBers)
    2. Gasser's, Gasser's, Gasser's !

  7. 117harv
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    Some different lines going on for sure, but it's looks good, i like the cowl. Great to hear about young guys getting into metal shaping:)
  8. traffic61
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    In the words of the late Peter Boyle "Holy Crap!".

    That is some amazing work there.
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  10. malaguena
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    Thats some amazing work, especially for a 20 year old!
  11. hotcargo
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    going to be a nice little truck......fantastic work



    cheers

    Steve in Oz
  12. Alumatruck
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    Yes, i like to make something never used before with body modifications, so always trying to make it look good, so thank you!

    Thanks alot man, nice to hear!
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    Holy Gothenburg! You are only 20? I'd like to see what you can do when you're 40!
  14. Alumatruck
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    Alumatruck Member

    Thanks!

    Thank you, ye me to, hope I can keep on working with hot rods in 20 more years!
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    Absolutely fantastic !!
  16. sko_ford
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    I like the grill
  17. hankthebigdog
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    that is slick. I like the look already. keep us posted.
  18. olskoolspeed
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    WOW!! Very nice!
  19. Don Martin
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    Cool nice work.
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    You go boy!
  21. 067chevy
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    That is some amazing work!!!! Keep us posted
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    Coool as , Verrrrry nice work !!!
  23. captainjunk#2
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    outstanding , your an up an coming major tallent , good luck and keep us updated on your build
  24. oldandkrusty
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    Holy Crap!!! I'm more than three times your age and have no clue as to how to build what you have built. And I know for sure that I'm not going to last long enough to gain those skills. Wow, young man your skills are outstanding.
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    awesome man. serious talent.
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    Holy Crap!! Awesome work!!
  27. Alumatruck
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    Thank you all for upcheering coments! I'm going to keep you updated with the truck, and more pictures will be updated!
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    Whoa! That's impressive!

    Hope to see some metal shaping tech from you, here!
  29. hotrod40coupe
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    You have some real talent. Beautiful workmanship and an interesting design. You should go a long way with your talent.
    Last edited: Mar 1, 2012
  30. shtterbug8
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    wow...very lucky. i always dreamed of having my own buisness. that is hella of a truck! good job. wish i had those skills

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