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Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by Moatc, Jan 24, 2016.

  1. bobo1
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    Your coupe have a nice style
     
  2. Rand Man
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    Man, when you lower some headlights, you go for it. Great rake.
     
  3. This is pretty much what my dad and I are gonna start building soon. Love it!!!
     
  4. corndog
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    Nice coupe...headlights are way too low for my tastes.
     
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  6. Moatc
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    Little update . I plan on running a hood and picked up a nice flathead. Also dropped off the seats at the upholstery shop. Will post more pictures when the engine and seats are in 00L0L_5rTU1pVEait_600x450.jpg
     
  7. olstyler
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    Nice coupe, now zing that roof about 4.5 then look at that stance...Killer
     
  8. Moatc
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    Getting interior back 20160311_190808.jpg
     
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  9. fastmike
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    Really nice coupe!
     
  10. waxhead
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    Interior looks good.
     
  11. Mullda
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    Sweet looking ride.
     
  12. Moatc
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    Motor almost done. Will be for sale soon or trade for 32 project 2016-03-13 11.52.18.jpg
     
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  13. Moatc
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    Motor and trans in. Almost finished up. Had some trouble with the flathead, but everything is going good now
     

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  14. Just a bit of trivia I wanted too be sure you are aware of. If you run wires with hydraulic brakes you need an adapter. Everything will appear to bolt together but trust me, you need adapters or you risk cracking the rims. See: http://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/threads/40-ford-wheels-on-a-model-a.750368/#post-8330045

    That car is an excellent place to start. Looks neat.

    Charlie Stephens
     
  15. King ford
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    .....only thing I would change!......well the lights and DO swap in that v8!
     
  16. Moatc
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