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hand made hotrod. who said it couldn't be done

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Pat Pryor, Jan 7, 2009.

  1. Pat Pryor
    Joined: May 28, 2007
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    yea its hard getting over that hump lol but its better if you start with a fresh peace again instead of trying to make a peace you dont like work. and saves time.
     
  2. Novaron
    Joined: Mar 12, 2010
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    from New York

    Heh Pat,

    Can't believe I missed this thread! Incredible work...

    Ron
    on the Tasman
     
  3. Sweepspear
    Joined: May 17, 2010
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    I just spent a 1/2 hour or more reading this thread.
    You got a lot of blood, sweat, and tears into this one.

    Great work!
     
  4. harleyh
    Joined: Aug 25, 2010
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    This looks great! What sort of welder are you going to use to connect all the pieces? Just curious.

    Thanks for posting, keep us updated!


    www.btdinc.com
     
  5. harleyh
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    IKR? Pretty amazing! Can't wait to see how it looks when it's done.
     
  6. big bad john
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    KOOL......................Big Bad John:D
     
  7. Pat Pryor
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    thanks. its good to see another k-sea guy on here. im not the only car nut in tugboat world. and keep chief mike bailey in line hes a wild one haha.
     
  8. zmcmil2121
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    HOLY SHIT!!!:eek:
    Master Fabricator is right!
     
  9. rileyrecords25
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    what a project, but looks like fun, love to see the look on the faces of all people who find out its from scratch!
     
  10. Pat Pryor
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    thanks guys. ill post some pics soon got this badboy runnin and drivinbjust been so busy lately.
     
  11. pitman
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    The amount of hand craft accomplished here is amazing! Thanks for documenting the work. Hats off to ya! Props, as they say.
     
  12. Autohellion
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    from Meriden CT

  13. lorodz
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    looks good where is the burn out pictures
     
  14. It certainly brings new meaning to the phrase 'Hand built Hot Rod'. Awesome work.
     
  15. 29cabby
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    hey I think I saw this trailer queen not to long ago ahaha
     
  16. Pat Pryor
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  17. Pat Pryor
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    well ive spent like 2 weeks on and off trying to load some pics. and i just finally gave up i dont know how to do this computer crap. so anyway the car is basically done just a few little odds and ends to tackle over time. so i brought it up to Boston for the alter boys show jalopy jamboree drove it for the first time up there and had a good time with it. i have filmed the whole build so over the winter ill get with a buddy and edit it and well see what happens.

    ill throw up some youtube vids of it driving soon.
    heres some pics of the car at the show.

    this one by 327-365hp
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    this one by hotrodroadster32
    [​IMG]
     
  18. TheWrenchbender
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    This is an amazing feat, Old Henry Ford would've been proud to claim this one as his own. My hat's off to ya, you are a master fabricator, tin beating machine!!!
     
  19. burnin53
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    Nice job.I've followed this thread from the start and you did it.
    That car is something to be truly proud of.
     
  20. Pat Pryor
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    thanks guys. i think im gonna repaint it soon. well just the bottom half.
     
  21. driver n the wind
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    now that is a true form of art, call it what u want but that is pure talent. love to have it don't got it, way to go man................
     
  22. oldnuts
    Joined: Jan 14, 2009
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    from nebraska

    your work is amazing. great job accomplishing what most people would never even thing about
     
  23. You really built yourself one hell of a cool ride.
    That was some accomplishment.
     
  24. attitudor
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    from Finland

    Looks like you made it! Nice work!
     
  25. quadcamiron
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    KICK ASS man! Ya done a hell of a job!
     
  26. crotex
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    that is undescribable. Just plain amazing and shows a whole hell of a lot of patience.
     
  27. 1933ROADSTER
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    from El Paso

    Wow! I wish I was as talented as you so I could do some do some doors for my car.
     
  28. Pat Pryor
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    ya sure?
     
  29. FKN awsome ...................
     

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