The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by Aaron D., Jul 27, 2016.
That was quick!
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Very tidy car Aaron you have done a nice job on this entire build. Enjoyed it all.
Looks like you cut the front post at the bottom and the doors and body near the center, what was your thinking on the front post cut so low?
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My thinking was, if I can take the 3" out without moving the windshield swing arm post, and keeping the same swing arm ratio on the windshield it would be much easier and a lot less work. This turned out to be a great way to do it. Reattaching the A pillars was a breeze, and the windshield went back in (after taking 3" off the top)super easy too.
Here is part 1
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Haha, thanks for the kind comment.
Nice job Aaron!
3” looks great! Thanks for another excellent video, too.
Here is part 3.
Love how it’s looking and the videos. You do a fantastic job. I’ve watched some of them a dozen times they are a fantastic learning tool
Great tutorial, Car is looking GOOD!
I like the small cuts and small files to get it all lined up. Very good.
That came out great! Thanks for sharing all the details once again.
Final video on the chop.
Looks great Aaron, thanks for the video.
Great job, Aaron. Looking forward to the paint video.
Perfect Aaron, as usual!
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