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some of the work from my shop

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by cornfieldcustoms, Nov 15, 2011.

  1. Dustyp489
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    Great work !
    Very nice Seat, what is the price of them and the size? Also like the FED . My next projet was going to be a Banger Powered FED once the my Pickup is done

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  2. cornfieldcustoms
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    thanks a lot guys!!!!!!

    never really priced out the bomber seats, made the one for a buddys car but then some things came up and he didnt want bomber seats any more so i never made the mate to it.
     
  3. Nice work. Sweet shop
     
  4. cornfieldcustoms
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    here are some floors i am working on, on my buddy johns coupe

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  5. the metalsurgeon
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  6. cornfieldcustoms
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    we worked on the floors in my buddies coupe again yesterday and a couple hours today here is the progress.

    the trunk area with access hole for the u bolts

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    more on the trans tunnel

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  7. Finnrodder
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    Thats really nice work!
     
  8. boutlaw
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    Very impressive, quite a skill set you got going there!
     
  9. captainjunk#2
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    wow , great job , from what i can see in the photos , thanks for sharing your pics ,
     
  10. cornfieldcustoms
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    here are some older pics, figured you guys would enjoy more

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  11. cornfieldcustoms
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  12. killer man! hope your staying busy
     
  13. cornfieldcustoms
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    more work on the coupe floor. this panel goes under the seat

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  14. cornfieldcustoms
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    an OT project i am working on for a guy, its an M151A1 military jeep. a lot of rust, sub rails were purchased floors, and other sheet metal parts were fabbed in house. more panels to come on this one

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  15. Jon1953B4
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    Simply put-awesome
     
  16. Sheep Dip
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    I'm impressed that's for sure...keep up the good work and post some more good stuff in the future!:D :D
     
  17. That's Krazy Nice work !
    Your welds are art.
     
  18. swissmike
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    How did you make the bead? Did you you draw it through the die or press every inch or so?
     
  19. cornfieldcustoms
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    stared working on some hood scoop for and olds 442, 18 gauge sheet metal, rolled front lip

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    and whipped u this tailgate skin for a 34 ford truck, bead rolled the ford v8 logo and punched 36 louvers in it

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  21. stamierdodge
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    amazing work man. wish i could wok for you!
     
  22. charlieb66
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    Beautiful work. Question on the Model A body panel dies.
    What is the thickness of the plate the dies are made from?
    Is the clearance between the dies equal to the metal thickness or is there extra clearance? Are you using 18ga steel for the panels?
     
  23. HamiltonHotRod
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    wow nice work, great welds..love that black/blue truck
     
  24. Ebbsspeed
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    Looking at your welds pisses me off. Nice!!
     
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  25. slacker1965
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    nice work & variety....
    got any pix of the die you used for your screw bead(that you'd care to share)?
     
  26. lincolnhead
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    Can you teach me how to use my welder??? Lol...
     
  27. Streetwerkz
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    Looking good man!
     
  28. TruRacr314x
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    Awesome work guys...would love to come check the place out sometime! I work in Cincy...
     
  29. cornfieldcustoms
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    the lower die holder is vertically adjustable so i can fine tune the gap between the dies for metal clearance

    when i moved shops the die was lost or misplaced but when i get around to making a new one i will post up some pics

    swing out some time, the only days i am not there is mon and tue.
     
  30. Henry Morgan
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    very nice work, your seat pan would make great bar stool also
     

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