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Projects '24 T Roadster build

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

  1. alchemy
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    Don't you mean this? "Also got my new torque tube shortened. I'll shorten the driveshaft to match, then the rear end stuff will come apart for chrome and reassembly."

    All looking very nice.


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  2. floored
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    Nice work on the floor!

    Ron
     
  3. TexasSpeed
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    I love this car..
     
  4. 3wLarry
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    I was hoping you'd put the T shell back on...love it
     
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  5. Mr. Mac
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    Great job,TheT is going to look killer. I have one question that's bugging me, How are you going to put 3 pedels in that small area??
     
  6. While the modified "A" shell looked good and added a personal touch; I think the "T" shell looks right at home on there. Love watching this little car come together.
     
  7. Blue One
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    Looking good.
     
  8. So many cool details! I actually like both shells equally.
     
  9. onekoolkat1950
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    This T is sexy. Very nice job so far.
     
  10. Meyer
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    Nice ride!!!!!!!
     
  11. I like both, but the T shell does give it a bit of unique T-ness.... You know what I mean?
     
  12. T&A Flathead
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    Been a while since I checked in, the T looks great!
     
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  13. As great as the A shell looks, the T shell just suits the proportions.
     
  14. alchemy
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    Looks like a Stroker McGurk cartoon (that's a good thing).
     
  15. LSGUN
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    You're kicking some serious ass on this thing! What a wicked little T.
     
  16. The T shell is so right on this car!
     
  17. Dreddybear
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    I am way feeling the T shell.
     
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  18. onekoolkat1950
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    What he said.
     
  19. You had the T shell in the beginning.. Glad you've come full circle.
     
  20. jalopykid
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    x2 ^^^
    Either way, Bitchin T.
     
  21. touring20
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    Art is the tastefull use of texture and repeated use of body lines , 37 ' axle "arch" headlight crossbar "arch" (opposed ) and The crossmember , cowl , and inside upper edge of "T" grill also mirror each other .... and do this very well !
    YOU NAILED IT ! ( Fancy way to say I like the T she'll also !)
     
  22. 3wLarry
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    note to self...refrain from saying 'told you so, told you so'

    :)
     
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  23. Very nice! "T's" should have a "T" radiator shell.
     
  24. HUGHES AUTOMOTIVE
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    Thank you Larry for saving this beautiful Hot Rod.
     
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  25. That electric fan looks fine. There's too much cool all over this car to worry about the fan.
     
  26. Now what is Larry going to say? Electric fan? Wow? :)
     
  27. Six Ball
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    You can get kicked off of here for that kind of stuff.:eek: You did it well though. We won't turn you in.:cool:
     
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  28. Limey Kid
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    The thought and style of the bottom of the grille shell more than makes up for the need for an electric fan. The fact that you took the time to make your own shroud makes it a non event. A fantastic car. I have wanted an early T roadster hi-boy for so long. So much of what you have done has been in my head to address. I'm just not sure I could have carried them out with the style and level of craftsmanship that you have. It's 'kin excellent!
     
  29. Think about putting some webbing on the seat bottom. The seats in my "T" have a solid bottom, and they are hard!
     
  30. The 39 guy
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    Nice job on the fan! This car is just cool!
     

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