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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by ct1932ford, Nov 19, 2020.

  1. Just came in for a carrot break.:confused: Tough to lose weight! :rolleyes:
    While my axle is out being dropped I got some parts painted , worked on shock brackets and started chopping NO NO:oops: my license plate bracket to fit my CT 32 plate. IMG_7627.JPG IMG_7628.JPG IMG_7630.JPG IMG_7629.JPG IMG_7632.JPG IMG_7633.JPG
     
  2. swifty
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    Shame on you, cutting up good original 32 parts. You should know better!
     
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  3. It was not the one on the car. It’s a reproduction. Not that it matters. I would still like to chop the top on this sucker.



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  4. Changed the amp gauge to a volt gauge today. Prepped the chopped license plate bracket for paint. This is why I am cutting the bracket down! IMG_7638.JPG
    IMG_7639.JPG IMG_7636.JPG
    Nothing too exciting! How about that Plate!:cool:
     
  5. Joe Troilo
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    CT, Love the original look of your dash. I did something similar but mounted my gauges from behind.

    dash ready.jpg
     
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  6. terry k
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    How did you open the gauge holes ? Very nice job !!
     
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  8. Joe Troilo
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    Terry,
    The holes were machined out to the fit the inner ring of the gauge bezels. The SW gauges were then inserted from behind with only half the bezel showing. I then made a thin aluminum framework to hold them in place.

    gauges.jpg
     
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  9. That looks great. Very nice.


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  10. Got some front end stuff finished and ready for install. Sanded my roadster steering wheel for a color change. That was it for today. Oh had a doctor appointment for my finger. He said coming along nicely but wanted to know about the primer on my finger.:oops: Back in the garage tomorrow. IMG_7644.JPG IMG_7642.JPG IMG_7641.JPG
     
  11. A few more things done today. Doctor told me not to get the finger dirty!:rolleyes: IMG_7647.JPG IMG_7645.JPG
    Tie rod painted! IMG_7646.JPG Roadster windshield sanded.
     
  12. The37Kid
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    lining-chainmail-gloves.jpg Have you priced a pair of butcher gloves? :rolleyes:
     
  13. That must’ve been a umm, steal.


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  14. Good for waxing your car


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  15. Being Sunday I did not spend much time out in the garage. Got my chopped license plate bracket installed on the coupe. You know what they say! It's the little things. Just waiting for the dropped axle.
    Notice overhang on the CT 32 plate. IMG_7649.JPG
    Chopped Bracket! IMG_7648.JPG IMG_7654.JPG
    Clean look! IMG_7650.JPG
     
  16. That bracket looks factory Mark. HRP
     
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  17. Thanks HRP, I may need to do a couple of more for my roadster.


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  18. The37Kid
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    Your doctor will be happy knowing you won't smash that finger again dusting the cars.

    Bob
     
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  19. It is healing very nicely.:) They should know I take the cast off when I am in the garage!:rolleyes:
    Just prepped so stuff for painting today. Need the axle so I can see what I am going to do with spindles and steering arm. IMG_7655.JPG
    I have been wearing rubber gloves to keep grease and paint off the finger.:p
     
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  20. No have not been dusting. Just sanding and painting!
     
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  21. The axle is dropped, blasted and primed. It is being shipped back so I can continue. Thanks to Andy Kohler for doing a quick turnaround for me!:cool: DROPPED AXLE.jpeg
     
  22. The37Kid
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    Love how he can keep the I bean shape so consistent through out the drop. Bob
     
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  23. Joe Troilo
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