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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Hispano, Aug 12, 2012.
This is a real inspiration for those of us with a European Deuce Fordor lying around ;-)
Wow, just read the whole thread. Very nice work and your metal skills are top notch. Great job.
great ideas and fab work. i really like it. Pure class!
That is very cool! Love the long good!
Lots of talent applied to this build!!!!!!!!!
New chrome on the headlights
Beautiful!! I don't know how I missed this one. You have done a fine job, indeed!
Cool build I love the one off fab work......
I have disc brakes on the front axle, powerful but very ugly, so I take 34" backing plates,two aluminum scoop home made, a few cuts, welds and here is the result
Holy crap is that an amazing car! Astounding work!
And some new trim rings on the whell
Wow. What a sweet ride.
pretty refreshing to see this .
Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful!!!
Oh my word....I don't know how I managed to miss this but I sure am glad I found it! Brother this car is absolutely amazing! The stance is perfect, the color couldn't be better, it started with a '32 body, and quite frankly your sand casting makes me jealous! I love this thing! You do amazing work my friend! You have a pm!
In a indoor car show in Paris (France) for Powerglide Magazine.
Enjoyed every post, outstanding workmanship, love all the fabrication and casting work. Congrats on a job very well done
My second hot rod build thread http://http://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/showthread.php?t=821845
I've been following this thread since the beginning. As others have said, your work is excellent!
Also, glad to see that you added the narrow trim rings to the wheels. They add to the 'period' look.
What type of material did you use to fill the grille shell? I was wondering what you had in mind - and the black mesh is perfect!
Very nice work. A true craftsman.
amazing job. great to see something different.
looks great-----i had a hard time with your link----heres a good one---
And article in Powerglide magazine in France
It was nice to see this thread again... with your new post. Beautiful car. Gary
Wow, this came out great.
A roof chop would have certainly added to the look, but its damn awesome regardless.
Great build! I really like the look, reminds me of the Ruxton. Is that real Ostrich you used to upholster it? Now you've motivated me to work on my '29 Steelback project. Bob
Excellent! Beautiful car!
wonderful car well done
Gosh, Am I the only one that remembers Tom McMillan's chopped and sectioned 4 door, UN-finished and probably laying somewhere as scrap? Very similar..
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