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More Home Work!!

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Flatred53, Feb 5, 2005.

  1. Hello

    I posted some phothos to the post Anyone build a body from scratch??? But I think it must be a lot of more HAMBER: S out there having photos of projects. I would like to se some more interesting photos. Here is some more from ours project, if you look in XOFMOT: s post you se a lot of home great home work

    Later lars
     

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  2. metalshapes
    Joined: Nov 18, 2002
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    metalshapes
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    Fuckin' impressive Flatred!!!
    Model A Roadsters must be hard to come by in your neck of the woods...
     
  3. Sweet Mother of Mary! You CAN'T tell me that is all handmade?!?!? Are those re-popped quarters on a home made support frame?
     
  4. Rocknrod
    Joined: Jan 2, 2003
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    Rocknrod
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    from NC, USA

    You've got skills!

    That looks SWEET!
     

  5. Its all hand made, not by me but a friend of me. I could not do these things; you must take it easy and let the steel come out easy.
    It’s a lot of Tudors around my neighborhood, and it’s hard to find roadsters to measure. But I think we have found what we want to now. The first is done,, hard work long time,, but we are happy!
    Later Lars
     

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  6. Amazing work! Great job!
     
  7. Hello again

    No updates on the coupe, but the roadster are finally on road in a few days. Ok I know the start of the roadster was long time ago and in another thread, but you must to know there is many things do and a very short time. Perhaps we are going to start it up this weekend, this tread is about 2 different cars, and little confusing but it is the same guy doing the metal works.

    So this is how the roadster looks today,,
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    Lars
     
  8. Atwater Mike
    Joined: May 31, 2002
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    Atwater Mike
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    Dennis O'Keefe (O'Keefe Street Rods, So. San Francisco) moved into Roy Brizio's ex shop in the '70s. He was busy with Oakland Roadster Show projects, then in the '80s he built a '32 roadster body from stainless steel! It was featured in some mainstream magazines...anybody got any recent news on it?
     
  9. 45_70Sharps
    Joined: May 19, 2010
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    45_70Sharps
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    To say that man is an artist would be the understatement of the year!

    Awesome. Wish I had half that skill.
     
  10. stude_trucks
    Joined: Sep 13, 2007
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    stude_trucks
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    Man, that's incredible. I'm embarrassed for myself. I guess I'll just get back to my paper mache and finger paints.
     
  11. F&J
    Joined: Apr 5, 2007
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    F&J
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    That's incredible...
     

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