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Projects on the bandwagon Heyitsnate's 36 5w build

Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by heyitsnate, Nov 7, 2011.

  1. heyitsnate
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  2. heyitsnate
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    Ive been working on the seat,im finally done.everything was shot, but it's solid now.
     

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  3. YJ4000
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    That looks great! Are you going to upholster it or send it out?

    Ryan.
     
  4. heyitsnate
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    I can't do upholstery! Time is an issue so my upholstery guy will be working on it, and making templates for the rest as i'm putting this heap together.i was going to have the seat done later but my guy needs the work ,and ill need it done later anyway
     
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  5. heyitsnate
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    Scored a dash :) i'm beyond excited!!!, and finished up final welding one whole side of the floors and subrails.
     

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  6. Score is an understatement!!! Way to go Nate!
     
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  7. I'll say; a Zephyr dash? Yowza!!
    And the floors look great!
     
  8. Hey there, you posted those seat shots right at the time I was wondering if anything was missing from mine thanks.

    Here are some pictures of the back side of stock fender skirts. Maybe they could help you in your construction of skirts for your car.

    Fransis shots two 052b.jpg Fransis shots two 054b.jpg Fransis shots two 057b.jpg
     
  9. g bagwell
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    Good start on a sweet car!
     
  10. heyitsnate
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    Thanks! Yeah im stoked!
     
  11. heyitsnate
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    OH YEAH! never thought id get one.
    Thanks scribe, this will come in handy for sure...
    Thanks man!
     
  12. heyitsnate
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    Finished up the floors. The rest of the floors and trans tunnel can be done when the body goes back on.
     

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    Huh. No wonder you don`t have time for your Planishing Hammer escapades.....

    Keep after it, Nate. Looking good....
     
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  14. WOW. Congrats on the dash score Nate. I know how you feel. I was just as stoked when I got mine.
     
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  15. heyitsnate
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    I'm not going to be on any social media or a cellphone for a while.i will be checking my email once a week until i get my projects to a healthy spot. The social media stuff is killing what little time i have.
     
  16. heyitsnate
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    Ok. I am back, i took a long break. Hit with health stuff , got my ass kicked then kicked it's ass, Built some other stuff, now it's back on. i FINALLY am happy with the b-pillar repairs, squared up the body , and im working on the chassis,motor, gas tank and prepping the body to finally get onto the proper floors.
     
  17. Welcome back, Nate! We've been needing a '36 Fix........
     
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  18. YJ4000
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    Good to hear! Looking forward to see your progress.

    Ryan.
     
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    Still some spots to tend to, and these front sides spot and seam weld to the inside and rear side pieces too....superstrong. hope they're right.

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  20. heyitsnate
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    I have an extra pair of 39 lincoln glove box doors, and i need 2 ashtray/speedo side doors.....i would love to trade instead of cutting up a good set of doors for the centers. I need the doors that go here [​IMG]
    And here are the extra doors i have to trade .i also have a brown original paint pair if you prefer. [​IMG]
    Sorry for the ad but i can not use the classifieds on the hamb. So frustrating.

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  22. heyitsnate
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    Thanks mike! Hopefully i get these technical issues with the app worked out.

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    Nothing toi exciting .I have been doing lots of A pillar work today. Thankfully there is no inner corrosion by the top hinge. I pulled the hinges out and straightened them in the press. when i go to line the doors up this time i want a clean slate. Then i started grinding weld proud from the wheelwell and general spot repairs on the inside of the body. I want to do as much grinding as i can now while i can stand up in the shell.

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    Great to see you back at the '36 Nate. Hope you are feeling better. You have one of the best build threads on the HAMB. TEB

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  26. heyitsnate
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    I have been studiously grinding welds. This whole side of the car was basically replaced. Wheelwell, entire 1/4, its a lot of welds. Very tiring upside down, so i used a bumper jack to lift it. I can not even describe how much better it is working standing up and seeing the repairs from other angles. I made so much progress on my seams!! [​IMG]

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    Not sure how I missed this thread. I just looked through the whole thing. Way cool.
     

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