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  1. Jive-Bomber
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  2. Never get tired of hearing from a master of design, always a well planned execution of flow. Great interview, thanks.
     
  3. Great stuff. Thanks.
     
  4. Couldn't have said it better..

    Thanks for the insight into Chip's thoughts Jive.

    -Dave
     

  5. I can't wait to read the rest of the interview. Thanks for this!!

    Ya know, I hope CF knows how well thought of he is and the reasons for it.
     
  6. seatex
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    I will be looking forward to installment #2! Thanks, jb
     
  7. GEBHARD
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  8. Great interview,,,I'm waiting for part two. HRP
     
  9. Cool stuff, looking forward to the rest.
     
  10. Dodge Brother
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    I agree, thanks and looking forward to the next installment.
     
  11. catdad49
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    Part II, please. Thanks, Carp
     
  12. jcmarz
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    What's the hold up on part II??? Bring it on!
     
  13. Malcolm
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    Good stuff, great guy.... Thanks, Jay!



    Malcolm
     
  14. hrm2k
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    good going Jay..........looking forward to the next part
     
  15. Jalopy Joker
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  16. Thanks for the interview. Nice guy, what talent!
     
  17. BrerHair
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    Cool to find out that he's as straight-up as you hoped he would be!
     
  18. autobilly
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    Like it would/could have been done without production constraints, cool!
    I too look forward to part two.
     
  19. Jive-Bomber Jay -

    Good interview!

    I wasn't a bit surprised by Chip's answer to your question regarding Traditional Rods & Customs:

    ... as he had a hand in writing portions of the script for a documentary series on the history of Hot Rodding (which he narrated) ... see my HD Theater's "AMERICAN ICON - the Hot Rod" TV series thread.

    Looking forward to Part II of your interview!
     
  20. Salty
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    Very good....

    but....

    more interview please....
     
  21. Firepower71
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    great post, thanks for sharing.
     
  22. texdesoto
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  23. McFly
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    So cool...I can't wait for part 2!
     
  24. ol55
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    Subscribed for part II
     
  25. 56 Dodge Pickup
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    Great looking forward to the next part I would really like to have been in your shoes talking to Chip.
     
  26. Model A John
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    Check out those traditional looking wheels.
     
  27. plhildy
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    I have never met the man, but have cousin's who have. In fact over lunch discussed building a Henry J convertible! My cousin was stumped on how to work out the rear-behind the seat area. [look at a Henry J and you will see the problem] Well Chip quickly sketched out the solution on a napkin [of course] in just a few minutes. Just part of the conversation.
     
  28. Racerex
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    I appreciate Foose's craftsmanship, but I feel that we should cherish the good old American styling of the '30s through the '50s. The automotive designers of that era are some of the best artists of the last century. If some part of a car looks "heavy", it's supposed to be that way. Most prewar and postwar American cars are bold, simple, and masculine. Modern styling violates this look and in my opinion ruins what were once great looking automobiles.
     
  29. USA Tires Sign Joe
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    Interesting, looking forward to the rest.....
     
  30. Nice interview...Looking forward to part 2.
     

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