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1941 plymouth chop

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by zombie77, Sep 12, 2009.

  1. farmer12
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    Great to see you're back at it. I like the fact that you changed the rear fender to your liking. Looking good.
     
  2. n847
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    Looks great! I agree lowering the skirt in the back (opposite of what I'm always trying to get my wife to do!) looks perfect.

    Are you going to remove the ribs from the front fenders?
     
  3. zombie77
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    all the ribs will be eventually off the car thanks for the good words
     
  4. zombie77
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    some metal scrappers stole the hood for my car it wasn't attached it was laying against the side of the car and my dumb ass left it like that over night next morning the neighbor told me he seen some metal scrappers grabbing it. Looking for a 1941 plymouth hood if anyone has one let me know
     
  5. englands54
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    That really sucks..Here is some info that might help..I live in Paso Robles ca
    Turners 1-559-237-0918 I have been getting my parts here..Lots of good stuff.. Also Mr Lindsey McCONNELL 1-724-898-2478 AND plymouth@nauticom.net


    Hope you fine one because the ride looks killer..Like the rear window and the chop..
     
  6. zombie77
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    back to work on the 41 didnt think i was going to do this but with the black cherry candy paint job i want to do it would look better ,molded fenders and removed all plymouth fender trim
     

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  7. bako48
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    Looking good zombie glad your back on it. I ended IP doin my gutters like you did they look smooth but still a classy ride.

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  8. zombie77
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    Bodywork goin good

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    hand made running boards made a cardboard template bent a piece of 16 guage sheetmetal cut and welded
     

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  10. zombie77
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    extended quarter panels and door 3/4 inch to fill gap and mold everything together
     

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    molded fenders molded off fender ribs started body work and primer
     

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  13. Looks really good!


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  14. zombie77
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    my respect for body-men it is by far the hardest messiest most labor part of build i am trying to get it as nice as i can primer block ,primer block, primer block my garage is a mess bondo dust everywhere neighbors hate me
     

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  16. skooch
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    Looks bitchen, 40 ford skirts would really match this car well
     
  17. 1959apache
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    looks really good dude!
     
  18. englands54
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    Keep at it man, lookin real good..
     
  19. farmer12
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    Agree!!!!!
     
  20. Valtin
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    Love the 1941 Plymouth. Tail draggers look killer. I dropped the nose on my car.
     
  21. Valtin
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    Wow! I want to chop my top. Love the look! If I had to do it over I might lower the back end instead of the front. Glad to see other 1941 Plymouth coupe getting attention.
     
  22. Valtin
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    I'm feeling Bluuuue! Great color pick.
     
  23. zombie77
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    Body work almost done
     

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  25. zombie77
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    1940 desoto grill 20150603_180029.jpg 20150603_180235.jpg 20150603_180200.jpg
     
  26. thinkfink
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    Great work. Love the built.
    The Desoto grill would give it a LOT of extra class.
     
  27. desertdroog
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    YES! Glad to see this car being worked on.
     
  28. zombie77
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    F
     

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  29. A little late .... but that hood thieving shit pisses me off .... and I only wish that I was your neighbor. No way in hell those fuc*ers would have gone anywhere with your hood. Night time stuff in Texas is a shootable defense here, and I'm a Goliath killer as far as rock throwing accuracy. Two years later, and I'd still hunt them down with you buddy.

    On another note ... that car is sick. I'm blessed to have seen such a work. Really like what you're doing !!
     
  30. thegreek
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    from San Diego

    That's a huge bummer. Your work is really coming along nicely. I'll keep my eyes peeled for a hood.
     

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