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32-34 pickup pics?

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by wes, Oct 6, 2003.

  1. jalopykid
    Joined: Nov 13, 2006
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    This Black truck really does it for me. I did a quick chop on it, approximately 3 inches. Its what I'm envisioning for my next project with some minor tweeks.[​IMG]
     
  2. Kustomkid
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    When to high school with me!
     
  3. Old Roadster
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  4. krylon32
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    from Nebraska

    Now that you showed that black truck chopped it makes me want to take mine off the HAMB classifieds and finish it! It's got to get in line behind a delivery and a roadster????
     
  5. OCTANE ORPHAN
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  6. Phucker
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    Phucker
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    Just went through the thread, kind of wild I had been eying trucks lately, I think I must have one now.

    HotRodPrimer, I really really dig your truck, and the shade of green you used. Thats pretty much perfect in my mind, though it might not look bad gloss black either, do love the satin. Either way its making me drool.


     
  7. HOT ROD BILL
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    My 1966 style drag truck.
     

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  8. There are some great rides posted here................I have had this thing for years and am only now starting to work on it. Here we are puting it on a trailer and taking it to the "big" shop.
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  10. need louvers ?
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    Between the pictures of the black truck and Hot Rod Primers truck, makes me wonder why everything has to be chopped?! It's almost like the color red in the eighties, or billit in the nineties....
     
  11. bigken
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    Barely room for me and gifts with the damn thing 'UN-CHOPPED"....... HOHOHO
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  12. Petejoe
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    from Zoar, Ohio


    Ha!
    You make a great Santa Ken!
    I thought you were painting your pickup this year?
    Oh no.... I do see a wreath on the front of that radiator.......:)
    take care!!
     
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  13. bigken
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    Rick, I 'toyed' with the idea, as you know, and caught a bunch of grief. So, weighed the pro's & con's............decided to leave well enough alone. I am going to get the hood-sides done in the next month, or two.
    I will do a different project, way different that the '33. Haven't yet pulled the trigger, but getting some thoughts on paper. Shiney, slick, and able to seat more folks.:D

     
  14. Zat you Santa Clause?:D HRP




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  15. bigken
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    Danny - it'z ME - ........and I love me some Brian Setzer, for sure.
    Rick, that's the 'Seasonal' attire for the '33.
     
  16. Langan
    Joined: Oct 22, 2004
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    Here is my old driver MISS it the guy I sold it has made it better than ever. Now gathering parts for another.

    Need 32 grill?
     

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  17. Old Roadster
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    Time for a bump......Gotta be some FNG's that haven't posted.
     
  18. Hank-MOON
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    from Sweden

    Here's my 32 pickup.
    Good luck with your project !
     

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  19. Bert Kollar
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    Here's my '34 I set it up with stabilizers and a hitch and am thinking of towing my avatar coupe to shows
     

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  20. [​IMG] Not an "A", but here is a 34' that I am building. When it is done, it will feature a 6" chop, 5.5" channel with lots of body mods. Pinched the cab 1.5 inches, shortened the cab 1 3/8, sectioned and suicided the doors, 37 chev back window section chopped 4 inches, 56' chev dash cluster, 37' chev box with 56 chev belair bullet tailight lenses frenched in the splash pan, 57' running gear with a big block, rolling on 34' chev 17" wires. The truck will be deep metallic gun metal grey with bright orange accents.
     
  21. MeanGene427
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    from Napa

    Kinda big for a pickup, a 1-1/2 ton dump truck, original "DetroitWood" dump bed still works, still mechanical brakes. Before the "Correct Police" start, I know it has the wrong hood & grille, but it's an early '32- also started life with a banger, now has a '41 flattie- and I don't care, I like it. If I could find the right hood & grille, I'd love to "fix" it, but they ain't growin' on trees

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  22. jalopykid
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    The new project which I'm just starting to mock it up...[​IMG]
     
  23. Heres my latest project
     

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  24. Here's my 34 prior to pulling it apart to rebuild it.

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  25. starting to build my 33 this fall... aiming for a 2 year build. this winter i plan to take care of some cheap/free things and then next winter button everything up. i'm startin with a super solid cab/frame... anxious to get started. hopefully i'll get some pics soon...
     
  26. chrisntx
    Joined: Jan 20, 2006
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    from Texas .

    I have a very nice 33/34 bed, a 34 cab, hood and radiator shell but no frame. I'm thinking of using rectangular tubing for the frame. I dont have any 32-34 fenders but I have lots of Model A fenders. Has anyone used Model A fenders?
     
  27. verde742
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    Pretty sure the Richardson truck is Stan Dietz's truck from Portland , Oregon. He named it the Maverick.. Loooonnng time ago..
     
  28. Henry,I'm glad you finally found a pickup and your work is great as always,looking forward to seeing the updates. HRP

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