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doing some intereior tin work on the Larkness Monster

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by cornfieldcustoms, May 21, 2013.

  1. Belchfire8
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    That's going to look great. Are you bringing it back to Port Huron for the Cruise night again?
     
  2. 1971BB427
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    Sure a lot of gorgeous tin work! Wish I had the talent and tools for that!
     
  3. cornfieldcustoms
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    got a little bit more work done on the Lark this afternoon

    cut out and engine turned the insert for the rear separation panel

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    made the passenger side rear side panel, cut out and engine turned the insert

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    and i am going to make a nice looking fan shroud for the radiator and planning on incorporating this into the design as a coolant puke tank

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  4. altered59lark
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    Can't wait to have it all done and at bowling green....Looking great mike
     
  5. cornfieldcustoms
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    a little more progress today, should be all finished up tomorrow

    more engine turning

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    then got the fan shroud and new coolant puke tank mounted

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  6. Brand Apart
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    who needs upholstery????????? That my man is bad ass!!!!!!!
     
  7. Citizen caine
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    Man, your good..
    Nice work
     
  8. cornfieldcustoms
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    got the car all finished up today, should be getting picked up in the next few days. i think it turned out super cool. definitely one of kind

    made a panel that covers the hole in the floor where the shifter comes through

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    finished off the puke tank with a gromet in the top hole

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    now for the cool part, i was thinking solid aluminum door panels was a lot of silver, so i thought it would be cool to candy the engine turned inserts to match the yellow windows

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    so here it is all finished up

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    and made up a new radio delete plate to match the rest of the new interior

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  9. altered59lark
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    Looks amazing! Couldn't ask for anything more!
     
  10. violet springs
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  11. cornfieldcustoms
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  12. split51
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    from guthrie ok

    WOW!!!! That lil Stude looks killer!!!
     
  13. damn ! Thats fkn beautiful! job well done sir
     
  14. cornfieldcustoms
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    thank you, be looking for it at Bowling green in a couple weeks
     
  15. Long Roof Larry
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  16. spot
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    Love the candy on the panels. Really ties everything together! Great work.
     
  17. 53inSD
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    Wow Wow Wow! Amazing ability you have there!
     
  18. gassergalaxie
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    Looks killer mike one day i may have you fab up a fan shroud for the galaxie!
     
  19. rd martin
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    will be looking for it at b.g. looks really good! how far are you from fortwayne indiana? mite have a job for ya.
     
  20. Bonehead II
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    Nice work...How did you candy the turned parts, is this just a light coat of paint ??
    Thanks ..mike
     
  21. bobby_Socks
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    You do very nice work and have always enjoyed your post.
     
  22. cornfieldcustoms
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    thanks guys, bone headII i used and enamel yellow candy paint on the panels.
     
  23. Big Bad Dad
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    Wow, impressive. I would love to learn how to do that kind of work.
     
  24. bobbytnm
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    WOW! Kick ass tin work!! Kick ass car

    Nicely done
     
  25. FlynBrian
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    Awesome Job! That's a Topnotch Racecar Interior!
     
  26. I am in awe, and very impressed, sir!

    Well done!



    ...Will you be candying the gauge panel as well?
     
  27. Noland
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    nice work. very classy. I might steal a few ideas
     

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