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Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by schoum, Nov 9, 2013.
Threads like these never cease to amaze me!
Nice work! Look forward to the next update. Bob
It's great to see some more old metal saved, and your work is very impressive!
Looks good, subscribed.
This project is exactly why I like the HAMB! Project looks great.
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HAHA! I wait you this evening if you want!!!
Pierre H..... like Pierre Hervé???
thanks you all!
some news soon, today I start to build a "wood frame" with the good curve for the deck lid and the up of the quarters.
some times it just amazes me what people can do and make it look soo damn nice and soo damn easy. keep up the great work looking forward to seeing this one come together
Awesome, amazing, inspirational work. You are a metal craftsman for sure!
The talent on the HAMB never ceases to amaze me!!!!!!!! Looking forward to seeing end result.
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my ex-parts are suppose to stop your cars (I hope ...)
the last news!
the molding between the deck lid and the top is done.
It's smaller the the original coupe molding because, for simplicity, I continued the section of the molding present on the sedan quarter's.
and I build a wood master with the right deck lid curves
Yes! they stop it good!
Looks great keep the updates coming.
Beautiful schoum- I remember seeing the roadster thread a couple years ago. It amazes me what you can build.
Talk about building something from nothing! You got some skills man. Great work.
Very cool project! What I'm not getting is how you radiused the rear belt line swage to match the coupe quarter.subscribed.
damn damn damn nice work
I work for this!
pics are better than words.....
that's all today!
Woah! Mad skills.
Did you use patch panels on the tail, to get the right sizes, or just make them?
No patch! all is scratch....
Wow! Great work!
Keep up the good work my friend
Im gona stay tuned in
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