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Sneak peek, 'Max-built' A on deuce rails

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by 51Gringo, Sep 16, 2011.

  1. 51Gringo
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    I've been building this '31 for Pepe Heredia, he wanted something nostagic with a flattie, 3 deuces, full hood, deuce rails and low to the ground, this is what I came up with so far...[​IMG]
     
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    Badddddddd Asssssssssssssssss.
     
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    Very nice workmanship
     
  14. brady1929
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    wow, incredible
     
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  17. OUTSTANDING! and then some...
     
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  21. Bib Overalls
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    The rear suspension has me confused (in a good way). Looking forward to seeing more pictures of this build.
     
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    My kid is 10 and pretty short, lol...[​IMG]
     
  25. 51Gringo
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    I'll post so more soon, thanks for the comments guys.
    Max Farrell.
     
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  28. Triggerman
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    A number of things strike me.
    -the quarter elliptics are nearly invisible, nice.
    -the shocks mounted off the wishbones.
    -the panhard bar through the crossmember.
    -and finally, those rear wishbone I beam, lightened thingy's. Are they manufactured or did you machine them like the pitman arm? So many builders TIG weld those together and yours have no weld, more nice.
     
  29. The37Kid
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    This build will be studied by a lot of people, great workmanship. I'd like to see my '30 Roadster with the same stance, but I'd have the rear tire centered in the wheel well. The cowl steering mount looks real nice. Thanks for the Sneak Peak! Bob.........I'd like to see more front end detail photos.
     
  30. VoodooTwin
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    And since we're in question and answer mode now; whats the secret to keeping those rear bones from bending upwards under torque? My 33 truck came with something like yours (not NEARLY as nice though), and they were bent like a field hockey stick. What are yours made of?
     

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