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Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by Fatkidscars, May 10, 2020.

  1. Fatkidscars
    Joined: Nov 27, 2011
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    Hauling home another 34 3 window project, Been stuffed away in untouched since 1981 drug it home today Going to Start putting it back together everything is there Even come with a title frame matching numbersAnd some extra parts just needs a little reassembling...
     

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  2. flamedabone
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    Normal people would not understand me saying this, but that thing is in really nice shape.

    Start a build thread and post lots of pics.

    -Abone.
     
  3. uncle buck
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    Apart from the door bottom I have to agree


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  4. rusty valley
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    thats the car that was on ebay for a few hours then gone. opening bid was only 8 grand and no one had bid. i need another car like another asshole, so i did not bid. a couple hours later i thought maybe i should get in on the action and when i went to look it was gone! i assumed it went to owattona , but oh well it went to a good home anyway.
     

  5. Baumi
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    At first sight I was like " oh crap", but I think you´ve got yourself a pretty mint 34 . Keep us updated!
     
  6. 47ragtop
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    I never understand why anyone would cut a car apart like that.. What were they trying to do? No need to cut the firewall out like that to either chop , channel or section it . Makes no sense but looks like it would be EASY to rejoin the panels. The sheet metal looks excellent. Later Bill
     
  7. Binkman
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    Prices are dropping faster now. I am seeing metalfinished roadster bodies for 20K and coupe bodies for less than that, even a very nice 5-W for 10K. If you are going to build it from the gound up be prepared to spend much more than if you were to go and buy one done. That is a very interesting project for sure. Tulip mania for these cars is slowly coming to an end it seems.
     
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  8. Jacksmith
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    Apparently IKEA is selling Hot Rods? (some assembly required)
     
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  9. Fatkidscars
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    Its not really the build it to make a shiny rod, that i do this its the fun of tracking down parts meeting guys with parts in there shed that has been hoarded away and putting it together to give someone a vision and let them finish to there liking...
     
  10. slug
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    That should keep you busy until this Virus is gone!;)
     
  11. rusty valley
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    there was better photos in the ebay listing, it really is a pretty good body. much better than the wreck i have been building that will never recover the cost
     
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  12. RJP
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    from PNW

    looks like a fun weekend project...
     
  13. cheepsk8
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    from west ky

    Very nice snag. As above, post pics of what you do to it.
     
  14. Elvis100
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  15. ss34coupe
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  16. brady1929
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    Congratulations.
     
  17. JUSTIN PERSINGER
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    Ok, so if I understand this correctly. You are all about the chase, the stories behind the cars, then the basic resurrection of the vehicle to flip to someone else with a bigger vision and wallet? Did I sum that up correctly?
    By the way awesome find! My wallet is just not big enough for it.

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