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34 Ford progress pics.

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by jake//NC\\Mi, Mar 14, 2005.

  1. jake//NC\\Mi
    Joined: Apr 10, 2004
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    jake//NC\\Mi
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    from michigan

    I haven't posted any pics lately but I have been busy on it. Here are a couple pics of how it's going.
     
  2. jake//NC\\Mi
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    jake//NC\\Mi
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  3. general gow
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    nice work so far. i like the look. good job on the floors especially.
     
  4. joeycarpunk
    Joined: Jun 21, 2004
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    from MN,USA

    Have any close up shots of your cowl steering? What kind of box are you useing? I going to be doing one in the future and have been checking out all the set-ups. Thanks.
     

  5. jake//NC\\Mi
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    It is a f-1 box I will get some pics when I'am in the garage tomarrow and post them
     
  6. momentumfoto
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    I am right behind you in my 32 truck build... thanks for the pix and nice work... how much of a channel is that? good floor work and shock mounts front and rear...

    blake
     
  7. Rusty
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    Very nice work. Would love too see how you braced your floorboard fo rthe channel. Love the shock mounts and the ladder bars in the rear. IS your frame zed in the front? I see the z in the back. Thanks for sharing the pics and keep up the great work.
     
  8. haring
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    Looks very cool.

    The little flamey braces on the ladder bars are totally queer.

    But everything else looks good. :D
     
  9. It looks awesome..

    Ditto on the ladder bars and shock mounts!

    I hope my floor comes out half as clean!
     
  10. Looks good, nice fabrication!-MIKE:eek: :D
     
  11. kustombuilder
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    damn. lookin good Jake. realy like the floor and the shock mounts. :cool:
     
  12. The truck is looking real good.Not too much longer and it will be on the road dodging potholes.
     
  13. LeadSledMerc
    Joined: Nov 29, 2003
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    You're really doin some nice work on your build.
    There's lot's of neat details your building in all over the truck.
    Try to get more progress pic's up for us as you go along. Please!
     
  14. Very cool shock mounts!
     
  15. jake//NC\\Mi
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    jake//NC\\Mi
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    from michigan

    here are a few more pics and some of the cowl steering.
     
  16. drhotrodmd
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    That's a great cowl steering setup! Everything you have done looks top notch!
     
  17. haring
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    The pedals are box wrenches on a homemade bellcrank system. Neat.

    I have to ask the obvious question ... did you start this after seeing the Jimmy Shine pickup?

    The proportions are so similar. I don't blame you for aping the design. My head flipped when saw that truck (thanks Rodder's Journal).
     
  18. Great work, nice stance.

    I love all the small details
     
  19. Rusty
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    Nice pics. Thanks for sharing
     
  20. kustombuilder
    Joined: Sep 18, 2002
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    cool. i had'nt noticed the peddles before. thats so funy too cause i just bought some old Ford wrenches yesterday at an antique mall to use for peddles on my little bro's hot rod.
     
  21. Derek Mitchell
    Joined: Nov 22, 2004
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    Fuckin' bitchin'. Looking to do something similar but with a 38 cab or so and a 283, 4x2, 4spd, quick change, double throwdown muther fucker. Keep up the good work.
     
  22. jake//NC\\Mi
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    from michigan

    thanks for all the good props. yes the frame is zed 4" in the front.
     
  23. Merge
    Joined: Oct 7, 2004
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    Excellent work! Do you have any pics of the other end of your cowl steering? Where it connects to the ...... spindle? or wherever and however it attaches? thanks
     
  24. RockyJr
    Joined: Feb 17, 2005
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    from Wichita KS

    very nice jake...you got some serious skills.

    Keep us posted on your progress.
     

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