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Discussion in 'Traditional Customs' started by cgc1958, Oct 22, 2015.

  1. Thanks!
    Thanks! Yes, Clark made some kustom skirts as well.
    Haha...too funny! Having that flat piece of glass just completely throws off the flow. It kind of kills the direction we are going in. So, we completely agree! Apparently there is the perfect one piece window for this but that is some top secret sh*t that we are working out with our glass guy. ;) Thanks!
    Me too!!
    Thanks! The "slight dip" aka reverse curve is why we started with the cat walk before everything else. We didn't want it to have an abrupt bump we want to maintain that sexy reverse curve, so it flows nicely into the trunk. At least that's the goal!
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  2. DirtyNapkin
    Joined: Jun 17, 2012
    Posts: 372

    from Napa, Ca

    Awesome build. Subscribed. Keep up the great work
  3. desertdroog
    Joined: Nov 16, 2001
    Posts: 967


    I just saw that image now. I missed it earlier, looks fantastic! I'm just going to slink back and lurk, thanks for showing us all the detail shots.
  4. Davyj
    Joined: Jul 11, 2011
    Posts: 442


    beautiful workmanship, thanks for bringing us along...........
  5. Thanks!
    Thank you!
  6. SicSpeed
    Joined: Apr 23, 2014
    Posts: 615

    from Idaho

    That is some awesome workmanship.
  7. Thanks!
  8. Love the '40 Plymouth! Very impressive work...gotta subscribe to this one.
  9. I was immediately thinking a 41-48 Ford rear window....but that might be way too easy for these guys!

  10. SlmLrd
    Joined: Oct 27, 2007
    Posts: 990

    from DAGO

    Love me some mopar porn. :) Looking good!!
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  11. Thanks!
    Haha too easy...;)
    Thanks! Clark & I love your Plymouth. It's gorgeous!
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  12. It's not going as quickly as we would like since we have a lot of other projects we are working on simultaneously.
    Here are a few pics. the owner took.
    IMG_9471.JPG IMG_9473.JPG IMG_9472.JPG
  13. Race City Rodz
    Joined: Nov 29, 2010
    Posts: 466

    Race City Rodz

    Badassery right there!
  14. Thanks!

    Here's another pic - we've been pretty busy, but Clark was able to do these window corners. IMG_9537.jpg
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  15. Here are a few more pics. IMG_9680.JPG IMG_9682.JPG IMG_9684.jpg IMG_9686.JPG IMG_0517.jpg
  16. Nice! You must be good at putting puzzles together...
  17. Slopok
    Joined: Jan 30, 2012
    Posts: 2,333


    Wasn't Supermans name Clark? Clark is a Super Metal Man, that's for sure! And you could be his Lois Lane.
  18. Baldies
    Joined: Nov 16, 2015
    Posts: 133


    All the work that's been done and the paint looks flawless. That it going to be a beautiful car.
  19. Atwater Mike
    Joined: May 31, 2002
    Posts: 9,822

    Atwater Mike

    "Baldies" is what they were coined, by the late Eric Rickman, HRM. It is 'documented'.

    Tracy, pul-leaze ask Clark for the particulars on the skirts: (the 'hem' on the bottom, and the 'roll' around the upper perimeter... I have some Volkswagen body panels with a close 'convexity' to fit my '47 Ford sedan...once fitted, I'll roll a flare into the lower edge.
    You two work together like my wife and I do! Blessings, this is what marriage is about. Hope to meet you, thanks for having us along.
  20. More beautiful metal work... And well documented with good pictures too.:)
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  21. Thanks, I think Clark prefers to create a puzzle.
    Thanks, but that's ridiculous ;) Clearly we are more like Seasame Street characters Clark's like Snuffleupagus since he is quite, & nobody knows who he is, so he could be imaginary, & I'm like Oscar the grouch cuz I'm grouchy and live in a trash can!
    Glad you think so!
    Hi Mike, The top is rubber U-channel with the top bent over it to preserve the paint. The bottom is just a 1/2" radius bend. Being that you are in Atwater you are welcome to stop by and take a look.
    Thanks, it's great being married to your best friend! I'm really fortunate!!
    Thanks! I get a little crazy with the pics, but there are too many things we never thought to take pics of and now regret it. Plus it's nice for the owner to see the progress of the build.:)
  22. Baldies
    Joined: Nov 16, 2015
    Posts: 133


    Thanks Mike. Never hear them called that. I thought it might have been a local thing.
  23. The37Kid
    Joined: Apr 30, 2004
    Posts: 26,238


    Sorry it took me so long to find this thread, another great project you have going there. Bob
  24. Thanks Bob!
    Here are a few more pics: The areas that aren't there will be shaped. IMG_0520.JPG IMG_9767.jpg IMG_9768.jpg IMG_9772.JPG IMG_9837.jpg IMG_9839.jpg IMG_9840.jpg IMG_0095.jpg IMG_0096.JPG
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  25. Autolite
    Joined: Jul 22, 2015
    Posts: 21


    Incredible workmanship!
  26. j hansen
    Joined: Dec 22, 2012
    Posts: 1,349

    j hansen
    from sweden

    Nice looking Plymouth.Subscribed.
  27. Thanks!
    Thank you!
  28. Love it. Coming out beautiful
  29. Baldies
    Joined: Nov 16, 2015
    Posts: 133


    When I was younger we didn't realise how nice these mopars really are.
    We weren't wrong about 4drs though.
    Again, great work.
  30. Thanks Chuck!
    Thank you!
    Here are a few more pics: IMG_0720.jpg IMG_0723.jpg IMG_0767.jpg
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