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Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by mctim64, Dec 4, 2014.
Ha Ha ! I like that. Thanks!
Wouldn’t that be almost like faking patina ?
That's some "fake patina" I could love!
Hi mctim.Very nice sir.
Good luck.Have fun.Be safe.
Things turned out okay!
I see you snagged yourself a couple of awards, what were they? Great job by the way.
Congrats on the awards. You fine work pays off.
Beautiful car !
Who was that polishing slave??
Why do I see this message when I want to see that last video ?
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I don't know. Works for me. Maybe because it has no Canadian content. lol
Do I need to be friends with you on facebook Tim to be allowed to see it ?
I don't know much about Facebook, but I also get this message:
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Video works great, but I'm not in Canada either.
Car looks fantastic! Excellent job.
They are car club picks, one from the "Kingsmen" and the other from "the Throttle Kings". Not exactly AMBR put it's nice to have the recognition of your peers.
Works for me.... must be an Alberta thing
Congrats! I loved that video, it slowly revealed your passion,intelligence and a composure I can't do,and a couple of cool back stories to your cars .well deserved attention for your work,johnny
Congratulations! That car is beautiful.
Don't act all superior on me just because you live in BC
Especially since you live in Kamloops, a place in BC that I'd rather fly over than drive through
Turns out it was a computer issue in my office because I can see it fine on my phone or my home computer.
Dayuum...Nice shot (and nice Gal) and the pinstriping just sets it all into perspective...knockout Hotrod. It really captures a distant time...hope your putting some miles with smiles on it. Keep posting pics they'll never get old.
Saw your roadster at the GNRS, good to see it up close. Great job!
SUPER FINE SHOT.
Hey Tim - you've created a really nice looking car! What do you think of ole' traditional flathead power in a light car? Now you'll start building Bonneville cars with flatheads in them . . . . maybe a truck???
Hi Tim, what did you run for your exhaust? In the video it sounds fantastic!
Really dig it! And to answer questions asked before, Yes! I am putting some miles on it. I wish I could share my GPS screen shot (might incriminate) had it to 95 the other day coming home from work and plenty more was left. You just start thinking a little at that speed in an open car. lol
Bonneville? I have something else up my sleeve for that. ;-)
Just shorty glass pacs through 2" pipe out the back. Thanks!
Here's a few more shots from this weekend.
This is a recreation of a shot done two years ago while it was still a work in progress.
One of the latest project, '30 Coupe that I bought for cheap and was going to flip till my wife said "that one's mine!" gotta keep her happy so now we are getting quite a collection of As. ha ha
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