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Thanks for the eye candy - looks to be in good shape! Good luck with the build.
Wow, you're doing a nice job with that. Keep going and update us with your progress!
Great pics - thanks for sharing them. You're living my dream! lol
Wow, that's only about an hour from me. I'm going to have to take a closer look at these.
Thanks for posting this Weps.
Great video, Aaron! Looks like a lot of fun.
Oh yeah, that doesn't look rough at all - great start!
You can pick up a model a frame pretty easily if you keep your eyes open on craigslist,...
Post some pics of what you've got to start with. That will help get the ideas flowing. :)
I've always liked the 26-27 Ts. Looks like it's well on its way.
Keep at it!
Yes, the hamb is a great source of info and knowledge - I think you will like it here.
What's your current project?
Nice bit of history - I did not know that.
There is a nice looking (project) Buick Riviera listed here on the HAMB right now....
Good job keeping your eyes open and being willing to go the extra 10 yards. It certainly paid off. Congrats!
This has been a fantastic build to follow along on - very well thought out and executed.
I love the black and yellow. What a great looking ride!
Welcome to the hamb. That's a great looking Cad. What are your plans? Run stock, or?
Oh, I see what you're talking about now. That's pretty slick.
The 38 club coupe doors are longer than on the regular coupes. I'm not sure how they compare to tudor sedan doors, tho.
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It looks very gangster! Well done.
Wow, that's a really rough starting point, but you certainly did it right. Perfect stance with those big & littles!
BoonBa, that's a very nice pic! I saw quite a few driving around Baldwinsville this weekend, but unfortunately, I didn't make it to the fairgrounds.
Cliff, that picture is a winner in my book. Cute kid!
Here is a link to an inner fender that states it is compatible with 3100, 3600, 3700, 3800, and 3900.
Wow, that frame was toast. I admire your perseverance.
This thread is always the first one I check! That front end looks great.
Keep it going, man!
From the pictures that looks like a 47-54 Chevy 3100 (half ton) pickup frame. It is the same one that brading posted the diagram (above).
Don't worry about the shiny - I used POR15 on my frame, and it will dull since it is not UV resistant (at least the stuff wasn't when I used it...
I have loved watching this come together. It's beautiful and a real inspiration.
Cool shots. Thanks for posting!
I realize you're talking about a 210, but I did this (T5 on a 235 combination) to my 51 Chevy pickup and modified the original trans cross member....
Looks like a REALLY nice start! I love those 38s.
Wow, I love to find them like that. Anxious to see it come together.
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