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1935 plymouth custom build

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  1. SKOTY CHOPS KUSTOMS
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    SKOTY CHOPS KUSTOMS
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    WELL IM BUILDING MYSELF A PERSONAL CAR AND I WANTED TO SHARE THE BUID WITH YOU GUYS. I PICKED UP THIS CAR IN ANTIOCH CA. AND IT WAS PRETTY BAD. BUT I SAW THE POTENTIAL AND WANTED SOMETHING THAT I COULD REALLY DO SOME WORK TO MAKE IT LOOK RAD! THIS PIC IS RIGHT BEFORE I PURCHASED IT, IT WAS A HARD ONE TO SWALLOW BUT I KNEW IT WOULD LOOK AWESOME WHEN I FINISH IT.

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  2. SKOTY CHOPS KUSTOMS
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    AFTER A BIT OF TAKING OF THE STUFF NOT WANTED IT WAS TIME TO PULL THE CAR APART AND UNDO THE DOINGS OF THE PREVIOUS OWNER.
    HERES THE START.

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  3. SKOTY CHOPS KUSTOMS
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    HERE YOU CAN SEE HOW THE PREVIOUS OWNER DID THERE MOUNTS AND THE FRAME WAS NOT BOXED AND THE TOP LIP IS LONGER
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    HERE YOU CAN SEE HOW I BOXED IT IN AND MADE A C-NOTCH TO LAY THE CAR DOWN.
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  4. SKOTY CHOPS KUSTOMS
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    HERE THE PREVIOUS OWNER MADE A SQUARE FIREWALL CUT OUT, IM GONNA BE SMOOTHING OUT THE FIREWALL.
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    HERES A QUICK MOCK UP AFTER THE C-NOTCH WAS INSTALLED. STILL GOTTA BOX THE REST OF THE FRAME IN AND CLEAN UP OR REDO THE WELDS THAT WHERE ON IT.
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  5. LarzBahrs
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    LarzBahrs
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    Are you gonna run bags on it or torsion suspension?
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  6. Rodder29
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    Nice work, buying someone else's project sure can reveal some butcher job's. I'm looking forward to more on this cool ride......Cheers.
     
  7. SKOTY CHOPS KUSTOMS
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    HERES A MOCK UP WITH THE BODY ON AND THE REAR BUMPER PLACED BEHIND IT.

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    HERE YOU CAN SEE HOW I MODIFIED THE LOWER A ARMS TO EXCEPT AIR BAGS.BEFORE AND AFTER.

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  8. 35mastr
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    Looks good Scotty.
     
  9. LarzBahrs
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    I think that mopar is gonna meke a sick assdrager! Top notch fab on the a arms and so far on the car.
     
  10. rat pink
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    look like its gonna be a sweet ride!
     
  11. chopt49
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    oh yes.... I dig this!

    Keep the pictures coming.

    Nice work.


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  12. SKOTY CHOPS KUSTOMS
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    HERES A PIC OF THE CAR LAYED DOWN FOR THE FIRST TIME. I WILL BE RUNNING A DIFFERENT GRILL.

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    HERES THE START OF SMOOTHING OUT THE FIREWALL AND MADE NEW MOTOR MOUNTS, WELLDED ALL THE HOLES ON THE OUTSIDE OF THE FRAME SO FAR. I HAVE TO FIX THE FRONT OF THE FRAME WHERE THE BOXED IT IN AND GRING DOWN ALL THERE WELDS WHERE THEY HAD SOME PRETTY BAD BRACKETS, YOU CAN SEE WHATS LEFT OF THE MESS ON THE FRAME RAIL. I ALSO WRAPPED THE MUSTANG II IN 3/16 PLATE FOR STREGNTH I WILL HAVE PICS OF THE CHASSIS SOON AND THE FINISH FRONT PART OF THE FRAME.
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  13. SKOTY CHOPS KUSTOMS
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    FINALLY GOT THE CHASSIS DONE AND STARTED MOCKING OUT THE FLOOR BRACING.

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  14. -TKL-
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    i love it personally, love the fab work in the arms
     
  15. SKOTY CHOPS KUSTOMS
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    SKOTY CHOPS KUSTOMS
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    HERES HOW SHE'S SITTIN RIGHT NOW, I HAVE SOME PRETTY RAD IDEAS THAT YOU GUYS WILL SEE AS THE BUILD GOES ON.

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  16. SKOTY CHOPS KUSTOMS
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    Having problems with photobucket. Thank you guys for the great comments. Got alot of work in this car already and so much more to go. Havent even got into the body mods yet. Paint, interior etc is already planned out. I will post more pics tomorrow. Have a great nite and godbless!
     
  17. lockwoodkustoms
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    This is going to be one sick custom when done. I am curious to see the outcome of it.
     
  18. randingo8
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    Skoty, The car is looking sweet!! Love the Bumpers. Keep up the good work and keep the pics coming.
    See Ya!
    Randy
     
  19. oldandkrusty
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    WOW!!! I love the work you've performed and the vision that has gotten you to where you are with this build.

    Is that an Airflow in the background of the last photo? Copped with widened doors???
     
  20. Nice make over Skoty! Really nice work on the notch/ framework.
    I'm really diggin these mid 30s Mopars.
    I'll keep my eye on this build for sure, thanks for sharing.

    -Shiny
     
  21. Flatheaded
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    Love the stance. Keep the pics coming!
     
  22. JeffreyJames
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    That's pretty cool. Work looks pretty clean and I like the fact that it's a different platform.
     
  23. SapienKustom
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    That thing is looking good.
     
  24. cleatus
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    cleatus
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    Yeah! Love seeing a new taildragger coming together.
    That rear bumper is great - what is it?
     
  25. oddrodgarage
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    Man that's beautiful and it breaks my heart...I had to sell a perfect 35 plymouth coupe earlier this year in order to make the tax man happy...love what you are doing with it
     
  26. spicalan
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    this car is gonna be sick
     
  27. sodaturk
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    That thing will rival any '35 Ford. Nice job!
     
  28. NITROFC
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    Dammm ..Maybe it time to my my 36 dodge a slammer this one.
     
  29. SKOTY CHOPS KUSTOMS
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    thank you guys, i will be posting so more pics tonight. everyone have a blessed evening.
     
  30. low-lincoln
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    That thing is looking real good! Keep up the good work.
     

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