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Projects '24 T Roadster build

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

  1. TexasSpeed
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    I might just have to steal your seat idea.. I've been driving myself crazy looking for a Model A seat and I'm not willing to settle for a mini-van seat. That's just.. not right.

    It looks great, man. You are moving fast!
     
  2. Good job on that shroud. It draws most of the attention from the fan itself. Also helps the engine is so close.
     
  3. Are you still trying to track down rockers and stands? What all do you need? I've got a set of stands, pushrods and rockers off a 55 324 that I could let go.
    PM me.
     
  4. 3wLarry
    Joined: Mar 11, 2005
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    the fan gets a pass...I'm still giddy about the T shell
     
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  5. Runnin shine
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    I too think it looks surprisingly distinguished and handsome.
     
  6. Missed this thread, zoomed straight to last page. I'll have to go back & subscribe. Looks the duck's guts.
     
  7. T-DeWitt
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    What a bitchin hot rod build,hope to see this one in person some day!!!

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  8. 3wLarry
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    with the gold wheels and motor, this sucker is screaming for gloss black paint
     
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  9. Keep it up Eric! This car is going to be awesome.


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  10. I love this build!
     
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  11. alchemy
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    Got room for the spring clamps under the tank? Looks neat. I will have a similarly tight fit for all the utilities on my T project.
     
  12. thunderbirdesq
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    go man go! Love this car. Don't sweat the fan, it was a necessary evil on my '27 too...all the cool kids are doing it now.
     
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  13. cretin
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    The car is looking great. I've got a T sitting around, this makes me want to put it together.
     
  14. flamingokid
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  15. SanDiegoHighwayman
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    you do beautiful work! :)
     
  16. gonzo
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    looks great!
     
  17. seatex
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    gonna be sooooo cool................... been admiring this one since the get go.
     
  18. Been watching this one too from the beginning. Proportionally it just worked for me from the get go. The double turtle deck really makes the car. The wheel, motor and dash are the icing! You've made it even cooler with all your details. Ive never been a fan of a T grill shell, but its perfect on there! The little cars got personality! Congrats! Cant wait to check it out at the roundup!
     
  19. FritzTownFord
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  20. Missed this build Thread too.... it's looking perfect.

    Good luck with the Round-Up deadline!

    Cheers Maiki
     
  21. EarlyFordV8
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  22. banginona40
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    Great little build!
     
  23. Blue One
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    You did such a nice job on that passenger door, I think you should do a matching one on the drivers side.
    I like having doors on both sides of my 26. :)
     
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  24. Limey Kid
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    There is a Canadian drivers door on eBay at the moment
     
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  25. One of the coolest build threads on the hamb, nice work. Your attention to detail sets it apart. Im looking forward to checking it out in person at Round up.
     
  26. Hot damn! Very cool...I love the fab work on the floor!
     
  27. hugh m
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    Missed those louvered returns right below the turtle deck...another nice detail.
     
  28. Dreddybear
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    Plus it would be weird. The one door is just right. I want to come see this thing man!
     
  29. Blue One
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    :) I know what you mean. Even with my 26, the doors are so small the only way I can use the drivers door is to have a removable steering wheel. So, I bought a Longacre quick release hub kit and problem solved.
     
  30. Rem
    Joined: Mar 6, 2006
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    That's a great little car - love the details.
     

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