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Let's see some sheet metal shaping

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by jhnarial, Sep 16, 2008.

  1. HOTTRODZZ
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    Helmet Head - Bump in run.
     

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  2. Slim Pickens
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    Hey your work is great. That goes for all you guys. The HAMB never fails when it comes to sharing and learning! Here are some practice pieces I did. I learned the english wheel from Ron Fournier in Detroit. Slim
     

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  3. BAILEIGH INC
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    Practice? :eek:

    Good job!

    I did the 2006 SEMA show with Ron Fornier's daughter, Nicole Fornier and Ron Covell. :D
     
  4. Slim Pickens
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    Thanks Shane, When I finish paying off my ransom (alimony) I’m gonna lock the door to my workshop and never come out. Rons workshop was great!
     
  5. woodlandca
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    I interested in trying to make a 3 piece hood for my 1930 ford how would i start..

    Thanks
     
  6. BAILEIGH INC
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    Ransom! :D:rolleyes:

    Ha Ha
     
  7. BAILEIGH INC
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    C'mon....more pics!
     
  8. carbuilder
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    This is a 1919 Bowser gas pump Umbrella I made for a customer the red one is the pattern Danny.
     

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  9. carbuilder
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    This is one of my hand formed steel fenders in bare metal for my 36 Ford roadster & a new glove box door Danny
     

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  10. Dyce
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    Dan thanks for posting the '36 fender. I'm working on a buck now to finish the ones I'm working on. I'm going to try your method on the fender lip. I'm building it right into the buck. I'll post pictures when I get it done.
    One question, did the stock fenders come to that much of a point originally? I'm only asking because the fenders I have have all cracked there and have had repairs done.
    Jeff
     
  11. BAILEIGH INC
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    Great work! :D
     
  12. philly the greek
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    Here's a couple of shots of the top that Terry Hegman did for me .
     

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  13. Dyce
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    That looks slick!!! Did he built it off a buck? I'd like to see more if you have build pictures....
    Jeff
     
  14. philly the greek
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    Street rodder mag did a two part feature on building it about two years back . they might have back copies .
     
  15. Dyce
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    Thanks. I'll have to go through my father-in-law's back issues....
     
  16. BAILEIGH INC
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    Very nice work! Thanks for posting!
     
  17. HOTTRODZZ
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    Im pretty happy with the way this is working out,

    Here's a few pics
     

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  18. HOTTRODZZ
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  19. HOTTRODZZ
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    Philly - That roof is AUESOME........!!!!
     
  20. bulletz
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    Here's some hubcaps I spun recently. All done by hand and a damn good fit too
     

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  21. Wander
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    Thanks, feeling completely lost after reading this dread.

    Keep it up

    Wander.
     
  22. carbuilder
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    Dyce the picture is a little deceving on the crowns. But the fender is correct according to my contour gages Danny.
     
  23. Very Nice Phill. Are they steel or alloy mate ?

    Shrapnel :cool:
     
  24. Very Nice. Polish it !! :D

    Shrapnel :cool:
     
  25. bulletz
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    Done in steel and getting chromed at the moment...

    What have you been working on lately?
     
  26. retroridesbyrich
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    Damn good job!
     
  27. Dyce
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  28. Pat Pryor
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    heres my metal shaping
     
  29. Just finished the 33 Roadster 3 Piece Hood today , rolled it outside for some pic's ,,, Am just working out how to post pic's on here :rolleyes:

    Shrapnel :cool:
     

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