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Projects a 34 tudor become a 3w coupe...

Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by schoum, Nov 9, 2013.

  1. stephane-rod
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  2. schoum
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    Yes Fred! but I only do the "skin" with original steel and glass body mesurement. All the sub frame will be build later on the frame and fix to the body. ;)
     
  3. schoum
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    thanks you all !!!
     
  4. schoum
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    ah ben quoi?????:D:D:D

    desolé pour le derangement cette aprem' Stephane! en plus j'ai meme pas pensé a te demander des nouvelles du 27!!!!:D:D:D;)
     
  5. fryguy
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    Start of another beautiful build
     
  6. mauler rich
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    Awesome work just was lookin at another 34 build thread now I know it can really be done thanks for shareing
     
  7. fordf1trucknut
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  8. el Roach
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    Any updates on this Schoum?
     
  9. hotrod-40
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    wow, that's awesome!
     
  10. schoum
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    No, sorry! I didn't work on this project since the last up-date. ;)
     
  11. chrisp
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    I forgot to subscribe to this thread. not letting that happen again.
    Pour ceux qu'ont pas fesse bouc comme moi et qui cause pas l'anglois pas comme moi ce serait bien de faire un post sur l'autre forum c'est pas de la pub, c'est de la technique.
     
  12. nutbush
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    When I got to post #142...I swear I saw God for a second...
     
  13. oztinbasher
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    Nice job subscribed.
     
  14. Vetteman61
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    I have always wondered this and I can't seem to figure it out on my own. When you chop a top like this the line that flows over the windows and then down and runs along the bottom edge of the rear (in an S shape) obviously doesn't line up anymore when you take several inches out. How do you get this body line to align again?

    [​IMG]
     
  15. Model A Mark
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  16. Vetteman61
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    Thanks for that response. That's awesome. I'd been trying to figure this out for a long time but that never occurred to me.
     
  17. Keep it comming......Looks like everyone is watching ya on this one....
     
  18. big duece
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    I think my eyes just rolled back in my head...
     
  19. daddio211
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  20. desotot
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    Very impressive! lots of talent and the end product looks so good.I'll be checking back for sure.
     
  21. schoum
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    Thanks you all!

    Chrisp: t'es pas le 1er a me dire ca ;-)

    vetteman61: on this project, the chop only a 3" chop, the disalignement is less important than the kiwiKev example, but I "hammered" the edge to a perfect line...
     
  22. 340HilbornDuster
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    Schoum...Again WOW!

    You are a True Artist / Visionary!
    T
     
  23. el Roach
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    Ok Schoum, whats going on with this? I have a rust bucket 33 sedan thats gonna get the conversion but I need more pictures!!!

    Any updates?

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  24. 2345.coupe
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    great skills man......I'm learning tons.......
     
  25. Shake n Bake
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    Way cool!!! Awesome craftsmanship!!
     
  26. schoum
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    Sorry, no up-dates on this project!

    My job was the tudor/coupe conversion, and my job is done....;)

    the 34 is still at the shop, I maybe will work on the doors too, but that all.
     
  27. el Roach
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    You do some fantastic work! If you do more on this, please post some pics.
     
  28. jfg455
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    Awesome work! I like the creativity it took to see it and you Sir have the skills to pull it off.
     
  29. schoum
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