The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by jhnarial, Sep 16, 2008.
Some one piece wheel wells I whipped up for a client
That's some sweet shaping there.
Beautiful work, sir.
It's really a treat to watch a skilled man work.
A about to wrap the the Zagato shaping project. Just need to finish sanding and polish it out
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WOW, just wow!
Re: Edge wiring. I modified a Vice Grips to close the panel over the wire.
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i have a set of pliers that are similar but they kill my hands on long runs
I can add nothing everybody has said it already WOW.
Zagato looks great! I replaced the rockers on one years ago, they are great looking bodies. Bob
just realized i never posted pics of the zagato after it was all polished up and put back together
Love seeing your work
WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Love the Zagato.
Domo Arigato, Mr. Zagato.
beautiful car, exceptional workmanship.
Wow! Awesome work! Thanks for sharing!
I'm stunned. You would be my "go to guy" if I ever need metal shaping done.
Great to see a master at work. To make it out of several panels, weld it together, then smooth it out to flawless is amazing. Covet your skills and the Zagato. Thanks for sharing.
Awesome work! True craftsman!!
Your work demonstrates you are a true craftsman of the highest order.
I did a little metal shaping this morning. Accidentally put a small ding in my old beater truck. I'll post pics if anyone is interested!
Very nice work!!
I wheeled out door skins for a 32 3 window. The doors are going to the blaster and need more work before I finish welding them on.
The rear fenders from the same car needed some repair in the bead. I made pullmax dies a while back to make the bead. I just finished the repair panels today.
Thank You all for sharing the projects Your working on . Amazing Skills and Craftsmanship
Nice stuff there Dyce.
The reflections never lie.
Over the last couple of days I have been working on a cockpit cover for a Bonneville Roadster. I am also finishing the roll cage, and thought it would be far easier to fit the sheet metal first, without having to fit the sheet metal around the cage. It will be a 2 piece cover, so I bent a 1-1/4" flange down on both parts, to make a clean, rigid seam between them. The rest is some wheeling, shrinking, and trimming. More to go, but I will finish that, after the cage is installed.
On a left hand drive RPU I did I put a compartment adjacent to the cage to hold a helmet and driving gloves with a hatch on top.
What kind of blower is that atop the flattie?
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