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Projects Jordan's 29 Ford Roadster build thread

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Cali4niaCruiser, May 19, 2012.



  1. Isn't that the truth! Stay focused! LQQKING great!
     
  2. Tim
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    Geez that pipe guide for the hole saw for the steering column pass threw is geniuse! Holy cow I don't know that'd I'd ever had thought of that lol
     
  3. Mr48chev
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    This last episode in the construction was more than worth the wait. Probably not from your standpoint but for those of us seeing art in metal going together and getting to follow it this is impressive.
     
  4. Pewsplace
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    WOW! Great craftsmanship and design. No need to be in a hurry. Results like yours takes time.
     
  5. Cali4niaCruiser
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    rolled her out in the sun...[​IMG]
     
  6. Cali4niaCruiser
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    Messing around with some ideas for a column drop
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  7. Sorry I did not see this thread until today! But, it allowed me to see the whole thing at once. VERY sano work there and lots of tips to be gleaned.
     
  8. Cali4niaCruiser
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  9. CheatersPete
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    Super nice work, congrats!
     
  10. Very nice work!
     
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  11. Fadi
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    Just reading through this, seeing it for the first time. Very nice fab work, and I'm looking up info on Ron Covell for sure!

    I like how the floor turned out - I hope you don't have to cover it up. The headers turned out looking very good, and the stance and angles overall are very cool. Does the tight clearance between the headers and cowl/firewall cause any issues?
     
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  12. Cali4niaCruiser
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    Well its got about an 1/8th " inch. I'll probably file back my flange a little too. We will see when It fires up!
     
  13. blackout78666
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    Killer craftsmanship man. That little detail Devils on your ass, you got him whooped. Very nice. Let those headers clearance themselves. Ha
     
  14. Fadi
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    1/8"...! Well close is just close... not necessarily interfering!
     
  15. Looks great so far Jordan, fab skills are on point!
     
  16. verde742
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    what is yer DAY job ?
     
  17. Cali4niaCruiser
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    Holy cow its been forever since I posted an update! I started building a new chassis over a year ago!
     
  18. Cali4niaCruiser
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    I'm an R&D prototype fabricator.
     

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