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Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by flatnasty, Jan 14, 2014.

  1. Runnin shine
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    Oh now you've gone too far, this just isn't fair anymore.
    I'm so damn jealous, arrrrgh.
     
  2. Tman
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    Wicked! I do dig the thought you put into the red oxide.
     
  3. mike bowling
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    Absolutely freakin' beautiful!!
    100% TOP SHELF WORK
     
  4. jalopykid
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    Man that is looking good
     
  5. flatnasty
    Joined: Apr 16, 2010
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    Spent some more time on the old bucket of bolts. literally. lol

    Got her shoes on and set on the ground.
    [​IMG]

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  6. bigheadbaxter
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    This is one of my favorite builds on the HAMB, look forward to all updates. Now if I could just get a lift like yours? That has to be king size?
     
  7. godlemmy
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    For definition of BAD ASS see above picture

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  8. 51box
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    I can't believe the transformation wow
     
  9. ...just my opinion, but THIS is the BEST thread ever...fantastic work and great lookin hot rod.
     
  10. onekoolkat1950
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  11. flatnasty
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    Worked on the car all weekend. Lots of little shit done.

    Kelly from Kellys kustom pinstripes came and worked his magic on the car this weekend. sorry about the shitty pic the hoist kills the photo opp's

    1468214061691.jpg

    she has been named the spiteful special. Because in spite of the fact it was a 4dr and in spite of the fact it was a challenge and in spite of the fact I don't have a lot of time, money, or real tallent it became the car I've always wanted.

    Also i got to work on the wiring. I wrapped all the ends of the conectors with string and used clear glue to seal them to get the write look. 1468214321913.jpg

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  12. Hey Brad,
    You are right on with the name!
    The only thing I can see wrong with the post is (You saying you don't have the talent!?:eek:)
    You definitely have the talent!!!!!:D:D:D:D:D
    I'm gonna miss hanging out with you at Midnight Mass this year!
    and seeing you at the big swap meet in Natomas/N.Sac
    Joe
     
  13. So cool can't wait to see more pics of it
     
  14. Elvis101
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    Great build, I have gone back and read it a couple times. Was there any issue mounting the radiator after you moved the crossmember forward?
     
  15. flatnasty
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    Hey Elvis101

    Nope mounting the rad was no problem. It never ended up moving it. I modified the little triangle brackets that are riveted to the frame the rad mounts to. So basically I went forward with the cross member as far as I could without moving the rad by shortening those brackets

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  16. flatnasty
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    It's Aaaaalllllivvveee

    I got all the small stuff buttoned up and it fired up and ran like a top. I worked on it until 230am on Friday morning last weekend and then drove victoria for the Pacific north west Deuce Days show on Friday. I left the house at 530 am. lol

    she drives great. here's a couple shots of her all put together 1469509640451.jpg 1469509648013.jpg 1469509653715.jpg 1469509658491.jpg 1469509662850.jpg 1469509672575.jpg

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  17. HRK-hotrods
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    Oh wow... Killer build man.
     
  18. dumprat
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    Got to have a close look at the car at DD? Well done! It is so nice to see a traditional car that doesn't have a bunch of goofy billet parts on it because the builder was too lazy to find the right ones.

    Again nice job! My hat is off to you.
     
  19. pumpman
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    Great job! You have to be very proud. I have a question, I noticed you extended your breather/fill tube. Was that done to make it easier to service the oil?
     
  20. ss34coupe
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    Saw your coupe at Deuce Days - turned out great!
     
  21. Runnin shine
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    Wow those brake drum/hubs are insane! Me likey!
     
  22. The car looks amazing! That chop is killer - makes me want a 5W now...

    Steve
     
  23. OMG!!!!!!! amazing. It turned out perfect. The Enquire news paper called and wants too know more about the brakes and hubs. Well done young man Well done
     
  24. flatnasty
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    Thanks everyone for all t he compliments. I couldn't have done it with out the Hamb and all the members.

    Hot rod Ron.

    It's pretty funny the first question everyone asks is ''what are those wheels and brakes from''.

    It's just some wide 5 stuff that I modified.

    Brad



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  25. el Roach
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    Hey Brad checked out your coupe at Deuce Days. What a BadAss!!! Want to come down to the states and get my coupe looking that good??;):D 2013-10-27 11.56.00_resized.jpg
     
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  26. I spent some time looking at the photos again and I think I figured it out. Did you take wide 5 adapters and machine them into a star pattern? Or did you use open drums like from a 32?
     
  27. bigheadbaxter
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    Yeah this has me puzzled as well? The spokes seem larger? ImageUploadedByH.A.M.B.1469815227.248638.jpg ImageUploadedByH.A.M.B.1469815247.238658.jpg
     
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