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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by mr 32, Jan 26, 2014.
Wow nice work, I like it!
You did that in one day?!!
Beautiful work on that stainless trim! Very impressive. What did you use to cut the windshield glass? Looks great.
I love 59-60 El Camino's but the rust on those cars scare me away... Nice work !
the big thank 's , i love it
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yes , the sinking for the rear window
no , lol
we are on this project since September, 5 months
cut the windshield glass with a diamond and petrol .
dig it, great work
what did you do on backglass since it is tempered?
lookin' forward to updates
bitching, very similar to mine, except I didn't cut my hardtop windshield and didn't sink the rear window ledge.
Very long thread if you wanna go through it.
Sweet Jesus!... I love it!
Mon Dieu! C'est le impressionnant!
Probably would have done the rear window a bit differently, by letting it show out into the bed instead of sinking it into a hole. Don't like to make blind holes to fill up with water and other crap.
Otherwise though, I am thoroughly impressed with the chop. Tactical choices aside, it was very well executed, and overall profile of the car is tits (American slang for impressionnant ).
Great proportions and fabrication work.
thanks , i love it
you want more ?
last preparation prior to painting
Roll it outside!!!!! Can't wait for a daylight picture .
This is so badass! Looking forward to see it finished. cheers from the neighbour-country ;-)
GREAT pictures. I love it!
So cool! That black paint looks amazing, can't wait to see more!
Wow, very nice work. You def pulled of the chop.
I know some don't like the rear window mod but it looks good I think, I'm figuring you have drain holes anyways.
Excellent painter there, nice shine that may not even need a buff job.
Overall damn good job, now let's see some outdoor pics.
What wheels and tires will you be rollin on.
Look forward to seeing it complete. Later.
Excellent work man.Takes real guts and talent to pull off what you did. I dig it! Now this is what I call a real custom, to go where most builders fear to go.
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