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Projects 34 ford 3 window built from 2 door sedan

Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by blindowl, Dec 31, 2017.

  1. trey32
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    Thank you sir!!
     
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  3. ABONES
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    I have the back half of a 35-6 trunk back sedan if you need .
     
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  4. blindowl
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    Good times in the cold.......not. Dam shop won't heat up.
     

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  5. trey32
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    Are you going to build the roof and doors stock height then then chop, or build it chopped??
     
  6. blindowl
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    Im going to chop the shit out of it lakes style. I'll use the stock 2 door roof , just lean the back roof in and lean A post wayyyyy back
     

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  7. blindowl
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    Im done too cold. Not much progress
     

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  8. blindowl
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    Yes , i need it bad.
     
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  9. trey32
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    I know you're gonna chop it, but are you building it stock height to get the proportions in order??
     
  10. blindowl
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    Yes , I'll probably get it as close to stock as i can
     
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  11. trey32
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    Awesome, I am planning a similar build in the future.
    Thanks for sharing!!
     
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  12. trey32
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    Watcha doin for hood/grille??
     
  13. wheeldog57
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    Smitty is a wealth of knowledge and he is not afraid to share.
    He is quite generous too.

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  14. wheeldog57
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    Nils, it was f-in cold today for sure! I could only play in the hideout for a couple hours today myself.
    Let me know if you need anything, or any help.

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  15. trey32
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    Man it's cold everywhere, -23 with the wind here...
     
  16. Shamus
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    21 here - teens to 30s for the next week & this is the SOUTH!!
     
  17. blindowl
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    Track nose with an aluminum hood.
     
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  18. sloppy jalopies
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    put those '35-'36 trunk hinges aside they will work on model A trunk lids...[ done 3 of them]
     
  19. This is awesome keep the updates coming.
     
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  20. sloppy jalopies
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    Almost forgot, the '35-'36 trucks used leftover cowlvent skin, lid, hardware from '34 ford cars...
    the windshield hinges are also '33-'34 leftovers, w/s regulator handles have different drives [square / spline] but the w/s regulators may interchange...
     

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