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Projects 1936 Plymouth Build

Discussion in 'Traditional Customs' started by tpp, Nov 14, 2013.

  1. bct
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    Beauty car. I love the arc of the fender- running board - rear fender at the very bottom. Flows nice
     
  2. tpp
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  3. 56 Dodge Pickup
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    Wow really good progress Thank you for posting the progress pics it inspires the rest of us Hobo Jim
     
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  4. xpletiv
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    Ooooo, very nice!
     
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  5. tpp
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    Some more pics from last time I was in SoCal (December)

    ImageUploadedByH.A.M.B.1454183601.358749.jpg

    ImageUploadedByH.A.M.B.1454183624.500011.jpg
     
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    Looking really nice!! I am onto the wiring on my 37 Plymouth Hobo Jim
     
  7. tpp
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    [​IMG]

    It's been a while since the last update but not too much has changed so far. The good news is that the car is in the Harbour of long beach, ready to be shipped to Belgium. Looking forward to see the 36 here and finish the built.


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  8. Looks awesome man! Good luck with the rest of the build.
    -Chris
     
  9. bengeltiger
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    x2!
     
  10. tpp
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    Man that looks Awesome!!
     
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  15. What a great build and great to see Ian posting even a little bit. I think the price of 36 Plymouth has just gone up.
     
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  16. Latigo
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    Just found this thread. Really nice metal work.
     
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  17. Looks like most of the heavy work is already done! :)
     
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  18. tpp
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  19. Stogy
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    The Lights are in and the Plymouth is Home...;)

    Question Tpp...Are the spots on the customs for a specific look or are they fully functional to give a radiant glow to the car at night creating an artistic touch to the situation? I assume them to be fully operational and fully position-able so you can adjust to your preference...Are the bulbs lower wattage or color to prevent blinding light to the driver? Just curious...Awesome Custom by the way...​
     
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  20. 51box
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    This car is so perfect, you guys nailed the look.
     
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  21. philo426
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    The La Salle grille on the Plymouth really looks good!
     
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  22. Joe1952Dodge
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    Awesome Ride!
     
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  23. gsnort
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    I own a '35 Plymouth coupe. I'm envious. You do very nice metal work.
     
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  24. tpp
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  25. tpp
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    Metal fabrication was done by clark Gillie and Ian Berky


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  26. bako48
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    How much did Ian chop it?


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  27. tpp
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    I'm actually not so sure anymore. It's been 4 years ago


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  28. tpp
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  29. 296moon
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    Love it, credit to all involved...............
     
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  30. tpp
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