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  1. Ryan
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    Ryan submitted a new blog post:

    More Hot Rodding In Argentina...

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  2. MJW
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    '29 Roadster = awesome
     
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  3. RMR&C
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    Pretty cool video. Couple of young guys too, even better!
     
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  4. Tim
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    I had hoped you’d see that! To cool
     
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  5. bowie
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    Very Kool!
     
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  6. bschwoeble
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    Hot rodding at its best. Love it.
     
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  7. With some air tools they could get that done in about 7 mins I think.
     
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  8. Malcolm
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    Pretty dang cool. What a great little roadster, sure sits good!
     
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  9. AmishMike
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    Wonder where car from/history. Not aware Argentina ever drove on wrong side of road. Great video love the car
     
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  10. anthony myrick
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    cool
    gonna share this one with students
     
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  11. Atwater Mike
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    I remember in the late '50s, the Model A Parts House was importing Argentine '32 Phaetons, 4 of them at one time...They were all right hand drive.
     
  12. Those guys sure work fast!:D;)
     
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  13. Jalopy Joker
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    Thanks - some great cars have discovered in Argentina -- possibly Great White Sharks down there too, as an excuse to take a trip down there.
     
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  14. junkyardgenius
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    My 34 came from Argentina it was right hand drive but only the left hand door had a lock?
     
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  15. Stogy
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    @ratamahata is one of them and he is quite involved in the production of inspired classic steel Hotrod bodies down there...and if my memory serves me right he also is working on a Model A roadster pickup...yeah they have some pretty desirable Vintage Tin down there due to world trade back in the day...

    I really enjoy the offshore offerings from Hambers abroad...

    Thanks for sharing that @Ryan
     
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  16. KJSR
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    Cool shit. I enjoyed the fact they did all of this with minimal tools.........
     
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  17. Man those guys are fast.:rolleyes: Good music, except for that surfin crap!:oops: Cool vid.:cool: Reminded me of the old days until I saw that I-phone on the table.o_O Thanks!
     
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  18. scotti32
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    Cool video
     
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  19. WB69
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    That definitely was a fast build. Looked like a blast from the past shops.
     
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  20. I shipped a KiWi-L100 down to Argentina earlier this year. There are flathead guys in every corner of the world! Great Stuff!!
    Cheers
    Tony
     
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  21. goldmountain
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    That is truly inspirational. Good to see how universal this hobby is.
     
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  22. Thanks Stogy! Just received a message from Hernán, He is one of the two buddies in the video! They linked me this feature thread! But Hernán didn't knew that the last week I sended up a message to Ryan with the You tube video from him!!! Hahah

    Sent from my Mi A1 using The H.A.M.B. mobile app
     
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  25. Stogy
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    So you fellas had already met cool...and you know these guys working on the A Bone...I'm not surprised...It's all good Rat...Keep the Vintage Hotrod Dream Alive...;)
     
  26. Didn't Knew him personally but I talk with him sometimes... Yes we have some plans for the future, maybe we Helped with some sheet metal panels on a project... Mercury 40' Coupe... But there are some miles between us...

    Sent from my Mi A1 using The H.A.M.B. mobile app
     
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  27. Stogy
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    Well when it comes to people working on North American Vintage Hotrods that's still kinda special and awesome at the same time even with the distance...You fellas are awesome...Thanks for sharing what you have going on there...;)
     
  28. Stogy
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    No ones gonna Safari with you Ct...:D
     
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  29. 62rebel
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    Cooler than the other side of the pillow
     

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