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Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by Flop, Jan 16, 2017.
follow along on assembling a brookville 32 3 window and then chop it .
First time fitting the trunk lid
Quarter and panel under decklid both have a break that needs cut off
After welding comes filing
Great work Flop! I'd love to see your process after welding to grind and metal finish like that, and what it looks like in between. You have a real talent!
Trim the center
All the major welding of the body is done .
A pillar bracing and wood in
Doors are now latching
Door fit . That's not an easy task
Fitting. Bracing and the floor
Braces are in drip rails mocked up
Drip rails welded in . Should be chopping it next week .
Flop, I would love to have the body hammer with the ball on it....So dam cool, where did ya get that at?
Great work as always..
Are you sure your not from Sweden?
Nice work, who did the louvered deck lid? Some one local?
Love your threads - you do such nice work.
Amazing talent you have Flop. Some of best work I've ever seen.
Beautiful work! Truly first class
How much is the chop going to be?
Yeah i would like info on this also.
The standard of work we've come to expect from Flop, very nice, but bring on the heavy chop.
Can't wait till next week
Hell - you make it look easy! I think I'll cut my 34 coupe body apart, just so you can put Humpty Dumpty back together again. LOL Fantastic work as usual my friend!
Another fine job! Nice to follow this one.
How about an up-date??????
Fantastic Mr. Flop! thanks for sharing these builds with us!!
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flop rocks !
According to his instagram page he has been very sick the last few days...
As Larry would say.
Hope all is well Flop.
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