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32 sedan at GNRS-anyone know details??

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Stu, Jan 26, 2008.

  1. Stu
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  2. kustombuilder
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    how about a bigger pic???
     
  3. jusjunk
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    Ya BIGGER>>>>>>>>>>>>>
    Dave
     
  4. Stu
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    lets see if this works
     

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  5. HOLLYWOOD GRAHAM
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    Hope this helps, no details however....
     

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  6. The, what appear to be, one-off cast wheels would leave me to guess it's something from Poteet.

    That's purely speculation though.

    JH
     
  7. I think it is a project from Pinkees in Colorado
     
  8. Bigdaddy
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    Indeed it is and WOW it was nice!!!
     
  9. primed34
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    Is that a torsion bar front suspension? Really nice sedan.
     
  10. Here's a few more pics...

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    I think I took a few more later in the day but I'm still uploading stuff
     
  11. Blackie
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    I bet JEEM would know a bit about that car seeing as that's his kick-ass drawing...
     
  12. fiat128
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    Interesting how they tucked the back in and under like that. Neat car, I like the metal version better than the drawing though.
     
  13. 60'coupe
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    Thank you Dave for the Full size Pics ! My eye's where killin me !
    Rob
    I'll see you next Sunday !
     
  14. willysguy
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    Maybe Jim Smith (jeem) will look in. He did the concept drawing. It looks like one cool car.
     
  15. ruralrod
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    that grille is a cool idea. eric is hard to beat.
     
  16. Stovebolt
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    Reminds me a little of the "Orange Crate"

    As Gray used to say - Old meets NewStalgia
     
  17. Rusty
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    NOw that is some bare metal to show off.
     
  18. newjersm3
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    Intresting in seeing that car from the back. Looks like a lot of work went into making that quickchange accesible.
     
  19. Malcolm
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    Oh my God, that car, with those wheels, a hemi.... Beautiful!
    It certainly does have a Pinkee's "flavor" to it.

    Hopefully someone can post more info. I too, am interested in the front suspension set-up.

    Thanks for the pics, guys.

    Malcolm
     
  20. Cshabang
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    sweet...Pinkess project for sure, in fact thats the shop owner (Eric) in the background of one of the shots
     
  21. ruralrod
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    i have heard it will have sort of a "LOADED" sequel to it. LOADED II. ya know.
     
  22. I thought the top looked like it had more of a crown than stock but couldn't figure out why.

    This car is amazing. Pinkies is doing some killer work.

    Who owns it?

    JH
     
  23. VAPHEAD
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    I saw the car at Pinkee's shop a couple weeks ago.
    Amazing that it's on wheels now. (made by Boyd no less)
    It wasn't nearly that far along,
    I get a kick out of seeing some of my parts on cars like that.
     
  24. 327-365hp
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    Beautiful metalwork, tucking the ass end in closer looks great! Tell me, why a crankhole at the top of the insert?
     
  25. Bass
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    This car is amazing....I studied it for quite a while on Friday. The level of detail that Pinkees is putting into their cars is pretty incredible.

    And you guys are going to shit when you find out who made the wheels. :)
     
  26. Malcolm
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    Hmm, the steering set-up looks interesting, too.... More pics, anyone?
     
  27. Lemme guess.............. BOYD!!!!

    Damn, I'm good.

    JH
     
  28. 51Gringo
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    Eric and his crew...get it, every time. absolutely bitchin work. Probably the finest builders presently.
     
  29. Jeem
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    Dang, that's going to leave a mark!


    The wheels?
    These are cleaned up original Indy Car prototype Hals that were found by the owner of the car. Only 3 existed and were unearthed in the rafters of an undisclosed taxidermy shop somewhere in the south. The fourth wheel was painstakingly re-created with the lost wax method (to match the existing front wheel) by inmates of the Scranton Asylum for the Criminally Insane. The rough casting was then sent to a well known So. California wheel manufacturer to be trued.
     
  30. kustombuilder
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    i'm lovin this car. check out the cool cast exhaust manifolds and other cast parts?? is this custom made stuff or is it mass produced stuff? cool either way...

    ...and why does the grill insert have a crank hole at the top????

    i'd love to see more detail pics. suspension and steering specificaly.
     

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