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Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by ssgbeaver, Oct 21, 2014.

  1. ssgbeaver
    Joined: Sep 29, 2014
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    ssgbeaver

    That's Winters nostalgia quick change, with ford 9 drums all from winters for about $3300 not to bad
     
  2. ssgbeaver
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    ssgbeaver

    Heading to see the guys at Old Soul Hot Rod Shop to have a few things done
     

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  3. ssgbeaver
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    ssgbeaver

    The plastic wrap worked great
     
  4. mramc1
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    Looking good!
     
  5. ssgbeaver
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    ssgbeaver

    The guys at Old Soul Hot Rod Shop did a bang up job on the floors, trans tunnel and a bunch of other key details. I punched back in and got my exhaust finished up today with a little 37 drive shaft sticking out before the rears
     

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  6. ssgbeaver
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    ssgbeaver

    Any input on rod relocation, seems to look a little better to me it follows the body a little
     

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  7. Imwalkin
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    Nothing wrong with the supports wide like they are. What bothers me is when they run up hill towards to radiator.
     
  8. dylan60
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    dylan60
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    from ny

  9. AHotRod
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    any updates to your project?
     
  10. ssgbeaver
    Joined: Sep 29, 2014
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    ssgbeaver

    Painted the frame and engine, left the body in primer planning to run it for a while before painting. I'm going to wire it up next week and hope to be driving by the weekend.
     
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  11. sawbuck
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    from 06492 ct

    x2
     
  12. Looking great man, one to look out for. I like it all, and love the dash. Cool. Keep at it, and can't wait for the finished product.
     
  13. ssgbeaver
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    ssgbeaver

    Here's some pictures of the progress, I'll be sure to take a few more
     

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  14. ssgbeaver
    Joined: Sep 29, 2014
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    ssgbeaver

    Got the car done and on the road, drives great. I'll see about posting a few pictures, maybe a video soon.
     
  15. Runnin shine
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    If you don't no one will believe it happened, you know that.
    I like to hear a little more excitement in your post.
     
  16. very nice car but I don't think they are ever "done"
     
  17. ssgbeaver
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    ssgbeaver

    Quick shot
     

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  18. dylan60
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    dylan60
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    from ny

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