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Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by Flop, Jan 15, 2015.

  1. seatex
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    WOW!!!!!!!
     
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  2. -Brent-
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    Clocked screw heads... I dig the little details.
     
  3. Flop
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    Thanks guys !

    ImageUploadedByH.A.M.B.1436482824.142825.jpg


    ImageUploadedByH.A.M.B.1436482862.061901.jpg the next step of the floor

    ImageUploadedByH.A.M.B.1436482898.964698.jpg

    ImageUploadedByH.A.M.B.1436482913.682437.jpg made the seat riser today .



    All aluminum work .


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  4. Wow ... really ?

    You already know what I think. Feel like your stalker or somethin'. Yeah, yeah ... I like your work. Again. Peanut gallery thumbs up.
     
  5. super slick, man.
     
  6. brady1929
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    Wouldn't mind more pics of the bomber seats.
     
  7. brg404
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    Really nice work as always. You guys are knocking the socks off it.
    But why the double floor?
     
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  8. Runnin shine
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    Flop I love your work and style so much. But at the same time as so many hopeful guitar player as myself discover the previous giants like Hendrix, I feel hopeless and defeated, oh well keep it up.
     
  9. PKap
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    Watching builds like this inspires me to a new and higher standard in the work I do. Thanks
    I love watching work where perfection is the standard thats expected.


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  10. Flop
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    Thanks everyone ! Brg .... It's like chopping a top . Custom taillights , shaved handles etc. ... What's the most prominent space in an open car with no top? The interior . So why not make it like something we have never laid eyes on before and pop .


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  11. 3wLarry
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    that looks familiar...:)

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  12. HD Driver
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    The detail pics, are very helpfully, thanks

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  13. Babylons500
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    I like that stainless steel look, if it was possible to keep it that way would be sweet!
     
  14. Flop
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  15. Flop
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    ImageUploadedByH.A.M.B.1436886309.509575.jpg


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  16. 117harv
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    Nice job on the metal work, an early A roadster with a perfect stance, straight rails are the best :)
     
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  17. DDDenny
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    Flop---
    That shot looking down on the interior would be neat in the overhead photo thread.
     
  18. Wow,this thread just keeps getting better,,amazing work and I love the floors. HRP
     
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  19. PKap
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    While I think they look really cool, is there a practical reason for the holes in the floor? I'm thinking that moisture/ dirt would gather in between the skins, especially being a roadster.
    I was also wondering if there some sort of insulation you are using between the floors? I'm building a double skinned floor in my truck as well and curious as to what you may be thinking.


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  20. wheeldog57
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    The double floor is for gathering loose change and spilled coffee
     
  21. Really great metal work...especially the seats!
     
  22. gump
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    Flop didnt make the seats. I had Mike kapuscinski from Syracuse ny make them for me.
     
  23. gump
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    The aluminum floor idea I had for this roadster was just like flop said a wow factor doesn't serve a purpose just different. I'm gonna have the whole car painted subrails and flops bottom floor but I'm leaving the aluminum panels that I put the speed wholes in so you can see the paint through the wholes. should be cool. Also gonna run a tonneau cover and no windshield. Did you notice the cool windshield deletes flop made. Cool little detail... IMAG0844.jpg
     

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  24. gump
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    I'm using little rubber spacers from Lowe's or home depot between the two for rattles and each panel is held in with 4 hidden bolts easily removed to clean the lower panels
     
  25. Runnin shine
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    Flop, would it be a high jack to ask to see a pic of the bead roller you use to accomplish the floor work? It is inspiring stuff.
     
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  26. 3blapcam
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    Google dimple dies
     
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  27. Runnin shine
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    No I mean the lines on the lower stock'ish floor.
     
  28. Flop
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    Pullmax and a 24 inch mittler bros on the floor . I could achieve the same with my harbor freight roller honestly . But the motorized part of the mittler Bros make life easier .


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  29. Runnin shine
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    Thank you kind Sir. I was considering the harbor freight for I know I'm doing two floors in my future but after that who knows. Money is tight and do I want a professional shop piece taking up space and not getting a return on investment? Keep up the motivating fabrications, Wyatt.
     
  30. Flop
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    ImageUploadedByH.A.M.B.1438399436.103423.jpg

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    All aluminum decklid coming right up .


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