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Projects '24 T Roadster build

Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by Anderson, Aug 21, 2012.

  1. ESGEE
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    Looking good, fresh picture...
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  2. gonzo
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    Love that front end.
     
  3. Bugsy
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    Damn man.....that is SLICK!!! LOVE IT!!!!!!!!!!
     
  4. Koz
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    That sucker is lookin' sweet! Love your steering setup. Can't wait to see this one on the road.

    Keep bangin'!
     
  5. thak is gona be one slick roadster -nice build!
     
  6. Six Ball
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    Nice top, I don't know what it is but if you decide not to use that one I'll make it fit my '26 Chevy. Are you the one who out bid me on the license plate light? It's OK you are closer to needing it than I am. :rolleyes:
    I see you got your lawn mower back. :D
     
  7. Tman
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    I love the Chevy taillights! Had them on my touring.
     
  8. I'm fascinated with all those big machines that do the engine work.. very cool.
     
  9. jadeidol
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    great build!!!!
     
  10. daddio211
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    patiently waiting...
     
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  14. Elrod
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    Radness.
     
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  15. ChefMike
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    coming along great !
     
  16. Malcolm
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    Awesome -- Congrats on the move, Eric. I'll look forward to seeing progress during the next few weeks!


    Malcolm
     
  17. Rusty
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  18. I did not see the cool lawn mower in the truck. You might need it to increase your cool factor down south.


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  19. davo461
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    Well done, Eric.
    Onwards and upwards.

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  20. Tayden
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    Looking Good. T's are cool
     
  21. Koz
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    I'm lovin' that frame. I always appreciate stuff made from original rails and crossmembers. The only thing I don't like about my roadster is the damn frame is just too nice. You can tell it's new stock event though the profiles are dead on and I drilled all the original Ford holes.

    Your frame is dead nuts! Keep pounding....
     
  22. 3wLarry
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    kinda close...think it'll need a panhard bar?
     
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  23. Slake43
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    Very nice work on the frame , stance is perfect in the pics with the body fitted . Very cool great work ! Regards Sean ...


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  24. Slake43
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    How much movement is in the rear spring ? The radius rod won't kiss the frame at all ? Pan hard would help I would say.


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  25. Slake43
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    ImageUploadedByH.A.M.B.1387761430.251632.jpg saw this on online with no panhard , running quick change.


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  26. Squablow
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    I like the way this sits on the frame, axle not a foot in front of the grille shell, turtle deck not hanging off the back 2 feet. Looking forward to seeing more.
     
  27. Slake43
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    That one is running hairpin rods though .


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  28. Slake43
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    Yes I agree , Anderson's is a very very cool , looks a teat !


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  29. Slake43
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    Treat ! I mean


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  30. Koz
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    Repop or not, that frame is sweeter tan all hell! I don't think I've ever used a panhard bar on the rear with a cross spring. The side to side is so little it seems pretty pointless. I do a lot on the front where the difference is noticeable in the turns.
     

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