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Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by gump, Feb 10, 2014.

  1. gump
    Joined: Aug 22, 2004
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    my truck is running a banger motor with touring cam high compression head, header. looking for a nice vintage single downdraft set up. cowl forward is 1930, back wall is 34, bed is a model t bed, doors are sedan rear doors flipped. chop is 6" 4' drop beam and model t rear leafs. hope you enjoy. yopu can follow me on intagram at gump1213 or my clubs page exclusivestyles
     

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  2. Inked Monkey
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    Wow, all of those parts came together for a clean truck!
     
  3. gump
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    i use the truck as it was meant to be used as well
     

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  4. gump
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    a couple more
     

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  5. MBog
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    I like it...a lot...
     
  6. hotrodderhaag
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    i love it! its funny because my brother showed me a picture of your truck from another website a whle back.. he fell in love with it!! hasnt stopped bugging me yet to find him a truck.
    that truck has the most killer stance and shape! hell of a nice job!
     
  7. gump
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    thats cool thanks hotrodderhaag tell your brother thank you!
     
  8. gump
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    inkedmonkey thank you. your buick is sweet i have a 2dr 57 buick special as well.
     
  9. Jalopy Joker
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  10. olskool34
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    Nice looking pickup. What size wire wheels you runnin? I just love the stance. Very mean looking.
     
  11. gump
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    Olskool34 thanks for the compliments the wheels are 17"
     
  12. olskool34
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    Thought they might be either that or 18's. Good choice.
     
  13. Very cool looking truck!
     
  14. JerryLee
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    Beautiful truck, and excellent photos!


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  15. Hey Gump! I didn't know you were on here. Love that truck!
     
  16. Yeah, I saw your truck on IG
    Love it!
     
  17. 3wLarry
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    you must be a midget...and I call a new Hamb rule that you must give tire sizes!
     
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  18. Ianjaylights
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    I love the stance and the chop. I like how everything came together and didn't recognize the doors until I saw the explanation. I've never seen a 34 cab rear used with a 30 cab. What modification did you have to do?
     
  19. brady1929
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  20. druids62
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    I have never been a big fan of a fenderless pickup, but you've knocked that out of the park. Very nicely done! I may have to rethink mine.Lol.
     
  21. 392modela
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    Looks like a fun little ride
     
  22. gump
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    I'm 6'1" 280lbs I fit quite well actually. The seat which is a school bus bench seat sits on floor, and my head is about .5-1" away from roof.
     
  23. gump
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    The body lines were moved on door and cowl to match the rear cab wall. The roof skin is of a 34 sedan.
     
  24. Muttley
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    That is one cool little truck.
     
  25. gump
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    Thank you mutley
     
  26. T&A Flathead
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    I like it a lot. Well done.
     
  27. anteek49
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    how about a LOT more shots of the doors and modifications. Arethe doors mounted suicide? A lot of free thinking here!
     
  28. Squablow
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    Very nicely done, would love to see an in-progress shot of the body coming together, since it's such an odd assortment of panels used to make the cab. It all looks great together though, I'm impressed.
     
  29. Muttley
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    De nada.
     

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