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Projects Chopping my 54 plymouth savoy

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by yetiskustoms, Jun 22, 2013.

  1. yetiskustoms
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  2. T.L.
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    from Colorado

    'Looks great. I'm impressed...
     
  3. RexSr
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    Hey yetiskustoms, what windshield did you use? Or did you have the original cut down ? Looks bad ass !!
     
  4. yetiskustoms
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    Its the original windshield, sanded down to fit. -thanks!
     
  5. BRENT
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    Cool car, really changed the look!
     
  6. GearSlammer
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    that is "savy".....!
     
  7. BBYBMR
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    You nailed it. Nicely done.
     
  8. flynstone
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    dont know if its been said, and dont take this in a bad way, but it seems everyone has a chevy, nice to be different................
     
  9. yetiskustoms
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    Totally agree!
     
  10. Wow not bad at all! "Dare to be different"

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    Thanks 56fc!
     
  12. No worries, anytime! Keep the progress and pics flowing. Its giving me motivation that I dont have right now.
     
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    so great to see something other than a ford or chevy. such a cool car. what you did to it is perfect.

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    Thanks 55cadillacted
     
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  19. tragic59
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    Great job on the chop. Amazing what a difference a couple inches makes (That's what she said!)...

    I also dig the choice of hubcaps. Those are totally under-rated, in my opinion.
     
  20. yetiskustoms
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    Haha, thanks tragic59!
     
  21. 55CadillacTed
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    i love everything you did with the car. such a cool looking driver.
     
  22. yetiskustoms
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    Thanks 55cadillacted, thats all I really wanted. Nice cars seem to be more of an upkeep headach, when all you want to do is enjoy the car. I will probably finish painting and doing lower body mods someday soon.
     
  23. I so dig these cars, would love to find one someday :D
    Awesome job on the chop, weld done! Looks killer!
    Thanks for the play by play!

    -Shiny
     
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    Thanks for the kind words! They are out there, but no one notices or just writes them off as ugly. I like different
     
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    [​IMG]
    1954 chopped plymouth savoy
     
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    I was just cruzin' through the forums and ran across your thread. I do happen to be a "MOPAR" guy (1956 Chrysler Newport 2 dr hdtp) and I really dig the work you did on your car. I have not seen one done like this before and am really impressed with the subtlety of the chop. Very nice and professional quality work.
     
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    Thanks Paul hayes
     

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