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Nice job. Thanks for all the pictures.
I was just wondering about this. In the process of buiding a 31 model A with a 32 grill. Great info. Read HAMB build car. It seems like all the...
Looking great Jim. From the other side of the mountains in Washington state.
Great story Mick. Thanks for taking the time to share all that hotrod history.
Great pic's. I really like the one with Jim and Gene. History in the making.
I had the same problem with an old Model T body. I was lucky the other guy I was with had a can of Raid.
Dido the guys on the Dash. It looks cool. Great job.
Looks like a great team effort. I hope I able to still be tinkering on something at 84 yrs old. Good job to you guys.
Great thread. Another article here on the HAMB by guys that have done it, helping out newbies like myself. I have a 31 model A laid out for a 5"...
It's looking great. I need to get off the computer and get back out in the garage. Almost there.
Thanks, Ryan and all you others on the HAMB. I hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving. I would like to thank everyone for sharing their knowledge...
Thats a bummer. As we all know life happens and we try to build Hot Rods in between.
Thanks for the reply, Steve
It was coming along great. Still in progress? I left mine tall also.
Awesome work. Great attention to detail.
Looks awesome. I would love to have one of your insert pieces when you crank out another batch.
I would think once he is tooled up he would kick out a batch of them. I will let you know if I hear anything.
I talked with Flop a few weeks ago and he was out of the inserts, but said would be making some more. I would like one also.
Thanks, I will check it out. I also sent you a message.
Great info. I am getting ready to relieve my first block.
Great info. I was wondering who splined axles in my area. It looks like Jantz is only about 15 miles from my.
Thanks for all the great tech. I am in the process of building a 201 now. I have the 40 banjo with 9/34 gears and the Merc side gears. Great...
Great job. Nice and clean. You did a great job with the play by play throughout the build also.
Harv, Thanks for the outstanding tech. I had just picked up a set of 40 ford split bones at a swap meet that looked like they could be cleaned up....
Great article. These are the type of stories that keep a guy dreaming. Some day I will have one.
I built a 26 "T" and called up Eric at Riley automotive (Colorado) and he built me a 2 X 4 frame with model A horns. It has a 4" Z in the front...
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