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1935 plymouth custom build

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by SKOTY CHOPS KUSTOMS, Jul 16, 2009.

  1. tpc
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    Well my 35 is stock and i like it mister chop everything. skoty. its lookin good homie .please stop hiding in the bushes and takin pitcures of mine. lol . tpcustoms.com if you dont know. more otter pops make better welds
     
  2. R.Allan
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    what are you planning on running as your grille??
     
  3. SKOTY CHOPS KUSTOMS
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    tp, i ate a otter pop today and thats the ticket bro! i wasnt really taking pics of your car in the bushes! i noticed you've been working out.

    im planning on running a 1938 la salle grill.


    so much done and so much to do.
     
  4. Really nice work Scoty, hope the open house goes well this weekend.
     
  5. SKOTY CHOPS KUSTOMS
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    thank you very much. hope you can make it buddy!
     
  6. hasty
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    Great thread - thank you. Looking forward to the updates. Will you post pictures from your open house? Looks like you do amazing work and I'd be grateful if you could show more...
     
  7. SKOTY CHOPS KUSTOMS
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    yes definetly, i will gather up some photos of other cars and fabrication i have done. i will also take pics of the open house. have a great day.
     
  8. Wikster
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    Looking good, can't wait to see the chop
     
  9. tpc
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    A skoty im not workin out i just prefer preshrunk youth size sweat suits when detailing my car. thanks. velvet makes great vynal tops if you decide to start a new tradition.im not going to be intown for your show but i hope its all you hope for. homeboy tpcustoms
     
  10. SKOTY CHOPS KUSTOMS
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    haha! tp it wont be the same with out you bro! ill be posting pics of the motor tomorrow.
     
  11. tommy v
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    looking good skoty,i'll ckeck it out on sunday:D
     
  12. SKOTY CHOPS KUSTOMS
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    looking foward to seeing you buddy!
     
  13. I'll be at Pebble Beach, sorry...I'm sending Johnny to photograph for me tho!!
     
  14. oldrodder43
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    Love that car! Ohhhhh, don't chop it, it looks great now! WOW, serious craftsman. Perley
     
  15. thatredcaroutside
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    Great fab work. I like how you notched the frame, the A arms and what your doing to the body. I always wanted to see one with a 2 or 3 inch wedge channel right above the lower body lip. Just trim the bottoms of the hood sides, doors and chop the grille.
     
  16. LOW LID DUDE
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    The only way you could get it lower is dig a hole in the ground and park in it.YEA cool !
     
  17. Scoty, That is going to be one kick ass ride keep up the good work. A friend of mine runs a gasser style race car made from a 1936 plymouth with an injected 392 hemi , and it is as pretty as it is fast. I like the stance of yours better thow. Rob
     
  18. SKOTY CHOPS KUSTOMS
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    its kinda tough workin on my personal stuff, got alot of customers cars to get done. i have found some time to start the chop and do some welding and grinding.

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    here you can see i started welding the 6"-7" under the rear window to the cut where i layed it down. still needs a little bit of hammer work.
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    and here is a bit of the a pillar after some cutting, shrinking, stretching, welding, grinding and some smoothing out. the door pillar needs to be reshaped to match the new shape of the a-pillars
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    and just a mock up shot of my grill.
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  19. Lookin gooder Skoty! I'm digging the grill. Just shut the shop on friday for the long weekend. leave a note for the customers that you've gone camping and go nuts on the car!

    -Shiny
     
  20. SKOTY CHOPS KUSTOMS
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    Thats actually not a bad idea! Im hoping mon. After i get back from primer nats i can work on it all day and get some real progress going.
     
  21. SKOTY CHOPS KUSTOMS
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    I plan on reshaping the grill housing to flow with the car more. To me it looks to boxy.
     
  22. Chuckles Garage
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    Skoty Chops is my here. Fo realz.



    Nice work homie, that metalwork is sweeeet!
     
  23. Nice work....gotta drop by & check it out in person soon...
     
  24. gr8ness13
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    Loving the Plymouth Dragger great job Skoty......
     
  25. SKOTY CHOPS KUSTOMS
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    thanks buddy! im pretty excited about it.
     
  26. SKOTY CHOPS KUSTOMS
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    you are welcome here anytime bro! hope to see you soon.
     
  27. Kustom7777
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    wow, , , WOW, , ,WOW!!!!

    Beautiful lines!!!!!!
     
  28. Ian Berky
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    AMAZING WORK!! Very inspiring man!!

    Ian
     
  29. JeffreyJames
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    Really nice!! The wheel covers that were origianlly on it for pg 1 of this thread, those were flippers?? Where can I get some of those if they repop them??
     
  30. Thanks Scotty, I'll see you in a week or two...
     

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