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Projects 1936 ford 3w coupe custom build thread

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by SKOTY CHOPS KUSTOMS, Jul 15, 2010.

  1. lgh1157
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    I would like this to happen too !

    L
     
  2. xhotrodder
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    If this car turns out half as good as your 35 Plymouth, then it is going to be bad ass. Love your work. Thanks for sharing.
     
  3. bonez
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    Hei Skoty! Done editing yet? :D
     
  4. hasty
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    Any progress?
     
  5. 46poncho
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    I would like to see the video too!!! Maybe I can learn something!!!
     
  6. thejpageshow
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    I enjoyed your photos. I have gathered 3, 36 5 window coupes, it will take 2 of them to make 1 car...I plan to start on the more complete car this spring, so I am looking with interest at your project and what I can do to get mine started. James
     
  7. SKOTY CHOPS KUSTOMS
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    I have updated pics to share, ill post them asap. Im gonna do a small clip and put it on youtube for you guys to see. Ill post it when i film it.
     
  8. Get on it brother!!!!!! Let's see what's new.....
     
  9. Motorhead Extraordinaire
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    I just came across this thread. Great work for sure and an inspiration. I just bought a 36 5-window coupe and hope to get started on it soon.

    I can't wait...

    Joe
     
  10. RonC
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    Nice work. I'll have top follow this thread
     
  11. bonez
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    i bet youre busy as hell w/ the shop and everything but what about the pics and the vid?
    I could do w/ a few overhead welding video tips :cool:
     
  12. welded78
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    absolutly awsome craftsmanship im just starting on my own 36 and she is ruff around the edges i hope i can get mine half as nice thanks for the pics.
     
  13. grovedawg
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    Glad I found this thread. I'm subscribed.
     
  14. Pinstriper40
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    waiting for the chop... looks great so far!
     
  15. Same here!
     
  16. SKOTY CHOPS KUSTOMS
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    I GOT LOTS OF PICS TO SHARE BUT IM GONNA THROW UP A FEW FOR NOW TILL I HAVE A BIT MORE TIME. ALSO THE CHOP IS COMING OUT NICELY AND PICS WILL BE UP SHORTLY.

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  17. bonez
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    lookin at the perfect metal work on thse fenders makes you wanna dig'em a bit...just so its not so damn perfect anymore.
     
  18. koolkemp
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    Wow thats looking awesome Skoty!!
     
  19. NOTCH
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    Nice work on the floor panels there Skoty, its going to look bitchin when done!

    Notch
     
  20. SKOTY CHOPS KUSTOMS
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    Thanks buddy, more pics coming.
     
  21. Very nice, how much are you chopping her?
     
  22. SKOTY CHOPS KUSTOMS
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  24. lgh1157
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    Skoty it is stunning.

    Can you draw on a piece of paper your welding pattern/technique ? - and post it on here

    Killer work man, just went through the whole thread again

    L
     
  25. 1 KooL "MoFo"
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    Wow ! grate work Skoty !!! Man i need to stop by your shop !!
    more pic's !!
     
  26. SKOTY CHOPS KUSTOMS
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    Thanks guys, i got pics i need to post soon. Im just crazy busy.
     
  27. grovedawg
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    How much did you end up chopping? It looks absolutely perfect.
     
  28. What happened? Was following this, (obviously not very closely), and it just died.
     
  29. cleatus
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    That's brilliant the way you chose to chop the sail panels, very clean
     

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