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Hot Rods 31 A Coupe

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by ratman, Jul 23, 2019.

  1. ratman
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    Making progress new firewall new cowls replaced bottom 1/4 of A pillars same on B pillars. New rear subframe new floors Triumph Spitfire seats. Now onto heater demister seat belts and steel out. Heaps of room very comfortable fit.
    Most of the mechanical engineering is done.
    Can’t wait to get it off the table.
     

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  2. clem
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    Awesome craftsmanship there. Thanks for posting.
     
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  3. Rich B.
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    That is one kick Ass Hot Rod ! Love the fab work!

    Rich
     
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  4. Kiwi 4d
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    Yep ,that just makes me sigh . Typical awesome fabrication from you Pete. Great to see you are back into it. Its going to blow people away when its first shown .Pun intended.
    We goofed with our 36 dash install and it is too close to the window winders on the 28 , not sure what the plan is yet .
     
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  5. ratman
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    It’s slowly turning from being a pain in my butt to a labour of love. See you guys at the Palmerston North swapmeet


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  6. brady1929
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    Nice hot rod.
     
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  7. Outstanding. Can't wait to see pics of that one finished. Keep up the good work! :)
     
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  8. Incredible, great vision and execution ;)
     
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  9. ratman
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  10. mgtstumpy
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    Love the old period style SW heater, a HAMBER did a conversion with newer motor etc.
    Nice fab work, love the attention to detail

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  11. ratman
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    Spent Sunday polishing the brake pedal. Need to finish the machining on the Master cylinder mount.
    Pedal , push rod and front bracket is 316 SS and the master cylinder mount is aircraft alloy.
    Trying to put in 26 hours a week to get this thing done!



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