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Projects Sam's model a roadster 32 chassis build

Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by 51farmtruck, Jul 14, 2014.

  1. uncle buck
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    My thought too when I saw that picture !


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  2. joel
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    I like the way you did the back of the body and fit it to the frame. I intend to follow when you get back to it.
     
  3. 51farmtruck
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    You're right larry. The grille was just something I threw together, It's nowhere near an original or even a vintique repop. The shape of it is totally wrong. It was thrown on the car the night before the flathead run. It's a filled top shell on a stock 32 radiator, so it's sitting an inch or so higher than it's suppose to. The rake forward it has is caused by no support rods, just the radiator hoses hold it fore and aft. Thanks man.
     
  4. 51farmtruck
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    Haha. Most of the parts for this car came from him! He's a great guy, I'm very fortunate to be able to call him a friend.
     
  5. 51farmtruck
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    Thanks. Hang in there it might be awhile.
     
  6. t_wood_08
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    Well I got to see Sam's roadster in action this weekend! Here are some videos of it driving around.









     
  7. jocktherock
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    Just like the homecoming yungsters from WWII...... except dually & backhoe! Way cool video! Admire your style of living. Thanks


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  8. 51farmtruck
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    Thanks man for helping us out. Those videos came out great!
     
  9. 51farmtruck
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    Thanks man
     
  10. I like how it sits...
     
  11. draider
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    I dig everything about that thing, great work. Sounds pretty damn sweet too.
     
  12. Leo Tarantelli
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    More pics and videos, I'm in a project like, but the first time I will build a car, I have no experience. Very good job.
     
  13. Runnin shine
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