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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by eastcoast57, Dec 26, 2012.
I heard there is another A in the works too...a Olds powered one......you boys build to the Hilt!
very very very very cool.
You have my attention!
You Hilton's build some bad ass shit.
Hell yea, this thing is badass!
Looking good! Wouldn't expect any less from you guys.
Love it! Looks sinister as hell
Nice Coupe....Looking forward to see it in Detroit..........PINCHER
That thing is really looking good! I'm guessing you and the old man are busting ass on it now to get ready for paint. It would look nice with some single groove pulleys
Cool HOT ROD! Love the look with the sedan doors.
Thanks for the update. When you said baby hemi I always think 276/291 for some reason. the 330 is a great motor have fun with it. If you could post a video once you get her tuned I know I would really appreciate it.
that frame is kinda sexy!!!!! swoopy looking
Yes Andy, we know the guy who built it !
Tunnel built and toe boards in place
pie cutting and matching rear quarter garnishes to window opening profile
Should be nice on the LONG RIDES!
Looks realy nice, reminds me of the coupe body i helped hamber Mike Paul rough in a while back.
Good luck on the thrash for Detroit, im sure itll turn out great.
That thing looks tougher than a two dollar steak.
Very nice Coupe , do you have some pictures of the top chop , 6" very hard !!!! but very good look
Great looking trans tunnel and toe boards. Like the steering box install. Impressive build.
I sent you an email about a build....
Lots of quality work on that hot rod.
I have "A" wood!
Great work man.
BAD TO THE BONE! Add a qucik change rear so it will whine going down the road ;-) Look great too
filled the stock gas tank cap and finished it off
Here are some Nice stock guages and parts for the 36 dash
Started getting together six good holley 94 bodies and bases to soak in cleaner and get ready to rebuild
I can't wait to see it in Detroit.
Did some mocking up today,
Here is the rear horns and spreader back tacked on to see where it will live,
Started to make some cowl bead patches with a die we made and a pattern, came out pretty neat. Home brewed..
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