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Norwegian Blacksmith's -36 coupe

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by fordb132, Nov 13, 2007.

  1. Norwegian 49 Mercury
    Joined: Oct 25, 2008
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    Norwegian 49 Mercury
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    from Norway

  2. telbert twang
    Joined: Feb 17, 2010
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    telbert twang
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    from estonia

    unbelievable ´36 !

    Seems easy in your hands - make one for me too ? :)
     
  3. crotex
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    crotex
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    from cuero, tx

    beautiful beautiful car
     
  4. Blown Hemi
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    Blown Hemi
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    One word....AWESOME !
     
  5. fordb132
    Joined: Sep 23, 2006
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    fordb132
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    from Norway

    Well..I know this is an old one,but I finally had the time to put plates on my Inglese Coupe and take it for a drive.The engine pulls real strong and the car is really fun to drive now.The flathead is 296 cid and I'm going to put the blower on next summer.I have two sets of wheels for it.Going to paint the wires black,too.Probably ending up using the steelies.The car is going to be Texas Brown..this red paint was for checking the shape of things.
     

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  6. clubcoupe37
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    welcome, amazing work there..
     
  7. SuperFleye
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    Wow!! Looking good, you've done it again! can't wait to see it done


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  8. Bar Ditch
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    from Tacoma

    Timeless! Some of the finest metalwork i've ever seen. Congrats and thanks for sharing.LB
     
  9. hasty
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    hasty
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    Beautiful work and looks fantastic.
     
  10. unkledaddy
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    Norway Rules!!!
     
  11. reefer
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    Awesome skills....but I think the rear roof section looks wrong..i can`t pinpoint it but something looks not quite right....don`t hate me.
     
  12. fordb132
    Joined: Sep 23, 2006
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    fordb132
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    from Norway

    Hi Reefer.When I see the pics now....see what you mean and agree.Could have been some degrees foreward in the top.I was thinking of cutting it up and angle it some,but liked it so much the way it was,so I left it alone.It is not supposed to be a copy of an american coupe..its an english coupe...meant to be a little out of shape.
    Thanks for the comments,guys.
     
  13. shock733
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    from Florida

    The roof is different but it works. The 36 is also beautiful. Great work and thanks for posting.
     
  14. koolkemp
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    Nice work on the 32.....but I still wanna see more pics of the 36!:D
     
  15. B Lawrence
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    B Lawrence
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    from Ham.

    beautiful work.....
     
  16. edweird
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    i saw it in rod & custom. its fantastic !!
     
  17. hombres ruin
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    hombres ruin
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    In the name of thors hammer that ride is a classic
     
  18. Sensational work on the 36. Wow
    32 also looks great.


    J168
     
  19. Did the 32 ever get painted? My reinterpretation of your 36 is coming along slowly but surely. Whenever I need inspiration I revisit this thread.
     
  20. fordb132
    Joined: Sep 23, 2006
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    fordb132
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    from Norway

    Hi there Mr.Lowcoe.I ordered paint from TCP global in San Diego this spring,but they weren't so global after all.The paint was never shipped.So its still maroon,but I kind of like it this way.I can only paint in the middle of the summer as I do all the painting in the garage.Drove alot this summer with it until now.Workin on the woodie now when I have the time...at work for a couple of weeks right now.Thanks.
     
  21. threewindaguy
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    Well, based on what I've been reading here I have decided to scrap my idea of converting my "35 three window into a humpback sedan....
     
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  22. orula
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    WOW :eek::eek::eek:!!!! AMAZING CAR!!!!


    Congrats
     
  23. Lets see a picture of that car cruising in 2013!!!
     

  24. :DAHAHA that was quite clever
     
  25. Fords-R-Us
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    Fords-R-Us
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    from NE Iowa

    Amazing work, also enjoyed the 37 Ford woody build.
     
  26. This thread is still an inspiration to me.


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  27. clem
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    Well, what amazing talent and ability. Both cars! Thanks for your reply to my question.
     
  28. sissel
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    sissel
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    from norway

  29. kidcampbell71
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    That is the sweetest bustle ever. Woooo-EEEEEE !!! Dude, to quote from earlier ... "you are indeed a badass". Amazing metal.
     
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