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KIRK'S LEGION SPL. update#6 THE BUCK

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by seret, Jan 18, 2009.

  1. Could you move that car in the background for the next update, please.... I think of Oprah's vajayjay every time I see it now.
     
  2. Nice work guys, that nose is gonna look great.
     
  3. Looks good guys! The creation of the buck for the nose is cool. Keep goin.
     
  4. stude_trucks
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    Looking good. Nice progress. Starting to look like a real car now.
     
  5. ehdubya
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    not just any traditional tractor grille but a cheesed out flat black patina-ed engine turned one with fur would be bitchin bad ass righteous.
     
  6. j ripper
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    from napa ca.

    looks neat-o fellas, keep it up..
     
  7. Whats that? Kirk's getting a nose job? That is so Paris Hilton with a mustache!

    I hear Ponzie digs it though!!

    Doc.
     
  8. xderelict
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    Automatic? Give me a big Aaaaaay.[​IMG]
     
  9. Coupe-De-CAB
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    Lemmy von Motörhead?

    Great build so far fellas, looking great!
    Thanks for sharing the progress:)
     
  10. 60'shotrod
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    [​IMG]

    It's no good Mr Lincoln, hiding behind that Mousthace, I know it's you!:D
    Your Modified is lookin' good Abraham.
    I think you did some good work in that Electric 6 video, a couple years back.:D

    Nick.
     
  11. retroridesbyrich
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    from Central NC

    It's coming along great.
     
  12. reichart90
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  13. Flipper
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    I love this car. It inspired me to dig out my speedster project this weekend.

    Is the floor going to be attached to the frame or to the body?
     
  14. seret
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    <p> the floor is going to be wood, and attached to the frame. we are still kicken Ideas around how to mount the body,
     
  15. hemi coupe
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    It is going to look killer with that nose! Nice work!
    Jimmy White
     
  16. CRAP
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    Looking good Jefferson!
     

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  17. KIRK!
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    WORD to my peeps!
     
  18. pan-dragger
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  19. NortonG
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    Love this build!

    Whats up with the rear suspension being apart?

    Norton
     
  20. KIRK!
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    It's removable so the body can come off. Check out the earlier updates.
     
  21. KIRK!
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    AWESOME! That's what it's all about!
     
  22. NortonG
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    Thanks.
    Guess I missed that.

    Norton
     
  23. Scott B
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    What the buck?
    Are you bucking kidding me?
    That is so bucked up!
    Bucking awesome, you guys!
    Kirk sure is lucky to be working with such a hardcore bucker, Seret.
    You know how to buck the shit up!



    I'll stop now...
     
  24. KreaturesCCaustin
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    Looks great! I say leave it in plywood and ask OSR for a cover shot! Leave the rear end disconnected, too. Safe rides are so "uncool". And, guys, stop giving the guy crap about the lack of mustache. Some of us embrace our Amish heritage. You wouldn't want to have to go to the HAMB sensitivity training seminar, would you?

    [​IMG]

    I've seen better heads on a mug of beer!
     
  25. KIRK!
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    Word!
     
  26. Great work you guys. It looks awesome!

    What is the final fit and finish going to look like?

    Early hastily assembled dry lakes modified or Pierson Bros Coupe fit and finish?
     
  27. 58Lincoln
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    from Chico, CA

    This modified is very cool.

    I have seen it go through a couple of different looks, including narrowing the frame.

    When I was at Matt's shop last Friday I really liked what I saw.

    The proportions of the car look great and that buck looked like it was begging for some metal to be shaped around it.

    I even had to go back into the shop right before I left and check out the car and that buck again.

    Matt did quite a bit of specific metal work on my 36 Ford Coupe.

    Beside being one of the nicest guys you will meet, Matt does GREAT work, and he is FAST too.

    If you are looking for someone to do FIRST RATE metal work on your car, I do not think that you will find anyone better than Matt Seret.

    Yes, I STRONGLY recommend Seret Speed & Customs.

    Thanks again for the great work Matt!
     
  28. jusjunk
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    Thats Spam 2 times now :D
    Dave
     
  29. KIRK!
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    Thanks for making it THREE! :D
     

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