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History Chopped Lincoln Capri?

Discussion in 'Traditional Customs' started by coolbreeze1340, Jun 18, 2015.

  1. 296moon
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    from england

  2. 'Mo
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    [​IMG]

    So what's the plan? Connie kit? Abbreviated top?
    Any design sketches/photoshops?
     
  3. 296moon
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    Sorry sketches are in my head and I dont know how to photoshop, but I do have plan, Its just to enjoy it
     
  4. contesly
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    Please, you have some other pictures of your work or the finished car? Thanks
     
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    Hi yes i have lots of pictures. Anything in particular you want to see? The 53 is not finished yet. I am about done with the fab work on the car. I will be starting a build thread soon on the 46 ford i am working on that is almost finished.
     
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    It's hard to tell from the picture, but it appears to me that the quarters have not been extended, but rather the car converted to two-place seating, with the deck pulled forward??? (The gas filler is the tip off.)
    I inquired as to the design/plans, but received no clarification.
     
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    Just noticed the gas filler location, bet you are right.
     
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  11. 'Mo
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    Gees, ain't that a vintage look!

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    P.S. I really dig the side trim! (Buick?)
     
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    That is awesome, and vintage! Side trim is 58? buick and 1/4 trim is 53 with 7" added to it.
     
  13. 296moon
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  14. coolbreeze1340
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    That's really impressive! I love the 2-seater idea. I'll be watching this one for sure!!!


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