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'32 Ford Quarter Panels for $25 DOLLARS EACH

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by choprods, Aug 29, 2011.

  1. Thanks, Kenny...hope to see you again some day. Remember the HAMB drags? We miss you.
     
  2. sodbuster
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    Very true!

     
  3. 35mastr
    Joined: Oct 26, 2007
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    Great tech thread.
     
  4. Great to see you back Kenny! We missed ya!
    Weld done on the tech article. Shows alot of guys you don't need a credit card and a big restoration shop to build body parts and hang em on...

    -Shiny
     
  5. When i grow up I wanna be like u Kenny! Ohh wait, I'll never grow up! Good seeing ya again bud! We were I'n laplata and the train hotel again this yr, but it was a one day vacation so I didn't have time to swing out and say howdy.
     
  6. Answering your question,Altho I was considering most can do their own work- and I am old:rolleyes: 8 hrs each side.






     
  7. atch
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    trent,

    stole the words right outta my mouth...
     
  8. Tha's Easy man:cool:,what red primer ya see there is ALL the old leftovers of a deuce qtr panel! cut the cheese off and pitch that-
    /Kenny





     
  9. ss34coupe
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  10. Wardog
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    Such a cool thead. I've been trying to read as many of these type of theads before i start building the entire rear for my 28 A roadster. This has helped alot. Thanks
    The rear is fiberglass, at least i have some pretty good paterns.
     

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  11. Plowboy
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    I love you Kenny Baker.
     
  12. Kustm52
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    Wow. Kenny's still at it. Thanks for the thread...
     
  13. donut29
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    Hey Kenny dose this look familiar :) Good to see you back posting I love low buck tech keep it up
     

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  14. Marcy
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    Great to see you back posting Kenny!


    Marcy
     
  15. Heck, I know guys that would charge eight hours to hang a repro panel.
    This is great.
     
  16. T McG
    Joined: Feb 12, 2005
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    T McG
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    Way to go Kenny, glad to see you're back!
     
  17. FiddyFour
    Joined: Dec 31, 2004
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    caveman metalworking is the source!

    i almost swallowed my nose when i seen kenny post a tech!

    preach it brother, preach it!!!


    you're right toddler... you aint never gonna grow up! lmao

    i thought you loved me? i feel so used and dirty.

    is it wrong that i liked it?
     
  18. rob lee
    Joined: Jul 30, 2006
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    rob lee
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    Great tech,I used conduit with good results.The pieces I used have held up well,lots of tacking as you said Rob
     

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