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Projects My '33 PU, a truck, a build, a story *Done For 2016*

Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by Flowmeister, Nov 16, 2015.

  1. oldrelics
    Joined: Apr 7, 2008
    Posts: 1,729

    from Calgary

    Yes indeed. I didn't see you but I didn't stay for long either.

  2. Atwater Mike
    Joined: May 31, 2002
    Posts: 9,772

    Atwater Mike

    My gosh! I was cooking Chili Verde and paused, as you answered my P.M. about the bed length...then you directed me to the build.
    Just finished all 10 pages.
    Kelly, please hang in there. Your faith and humility are admirable.
    And, YES, I am kicking myself for selling my '33 pickup! It was to be like yours, (final with fenders) as I was inspired by an older guy in the '50s.
    Yeah...I go way back.
    Thanks for the wonderful journey of 'repair/restoration, as I am now re-inspired, and can get to some bullet holes in my 'T' Touring. (uh, welding 'em, NOT puttin' 'em in!)
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  3. quickrack-alan
    Joined: Dec 25, 2012
    Posts: 66

    from Ireland

    Bit of a thread bump, but I love how your work turned out.
    First time I've ever preferred the fendered version but hey ho its not mine :)
    Did you document the floor work or is it still on the to-do list?
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  4. Thank you,
    I cut a piece of plywood and hold it down with 4 machine screws.
    Once that was in, I never thought about again.
    I'm still driving the wheels off it very chance I get.
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  5. patmanta
    Joined: May 10, 2011
    Posts: 3,395

    from Woburn, MA

    This is still one of my top favorite hot rod pickups.
    Flowmeister likes this.
  6. I love trucks..
    Love this build.
    Love it

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