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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Salt Flats Speed Shop, Oct 17, 2009.
Thanks...Also how much caster are you running?
I set mine so at ride height its at 7 degrees.
The sedan looks the nuts.
Chop is just right and all those louvres makes it,well,stunning!
makes me not want to drop my 32 heavy axle at all!!! Looks great man
Yea...like THAT's gonna be a problem for you!
Bitchin work guy!
This is a great picture, that insert looks amazing filled with all those louvers.
Great lookin project! I like the 51/2 & 31/2 with the roof work done.
This is an AWESOME build! JUST PLAIN BAD ASS!! I love hammered 32 tudors but this one is going to a whole new level! cw.
I thought I knew how I wanted to build my 32 sedan till I saw this build. Very nice work
So what is the plan for this car...keeper?
Ya its going to be my advertisement car. Ill put Salt Flats Speed Shop above the drip rails, and a Bonneville number on the door.
Of course everything is for sale for the right price. Id hate to see her ever go, but i'd just build another
Ive been working on the floor in the car. Ive got my pedals ordered so I can figure out the front area. Then tonight I started trimming the rear floor to have clearance for the rear end. Ill probably go ahead now and get a quick-change so I can get a drive-line and know how to finish up the floor.
Also trimmed off the rear frame horns. Not sure if I am going to bob them up to the body and run a bar across, or leave them off completely. If anything I want to build a bolt in cross-member that has a tailor hitch so I can haul stuff.
OK, it's official...I hate you.
They just ran a picture of the aluminum Willys in The Rodders Journal #47. Congratulations!! TOO COOL.
what quick change do you think you will go with?
Im going to get a Rodsville unit. Then find an original cover to replace the Rodsville one. Ive looked around and for the piece of mind knowing its all new and better material. I just cant go any other way.
I thought I would move the car into the middle of the shop. Get a good look at it without the huge hoist underneath it.
That is badass! thank you for the updated shots. killer car
Looks fabulous, Chris! Knocked it out of the park.
Thanks for giving me a new desktop image(s).
Awesome! Like a moth to a flame, I'm drawn to good metal work.
I'm one of the ones that gave you a hard time about the chop.
I was wrong. The proportions are spot on.
This might just be the perfect 32 sedan. Looks great, keep it up.
How do you plan to fasten the top down?
it will be bolted through the wood undernieth with some button head aluminum bolts.
A super fine example of the Deuce Tudor.!!!
Wowee! That is one damn fine car! It is always a pleasure to read your threads! One word, stance, stance, stance!
Your sedan is BITCH'N, I thought I would show you mine, similar.
Will the heads be exposed on top? Have you ever seen threaded rivets? Restoration Supply Company sells em, pretty cool hardware. Their catalog is worth a look anyway, lots of obscure stuff perfect for hotrods...
The sedan is looking awesome by the way, SICK, SICK, SICK!!!
The ones I'm using have a small smooth button top, and then have a slot screw on the bottom.
Thanks for your comments on the sedan. Glad you like it.
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