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Projects Soon to be 1 Sick 1932 Chevy Sedan

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Nicholas Lyon, May 24, 2017.

  1. mgtstumpy
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    What's this lurking in the background, another project with Cragar S/S's and slicks? ;):p
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  2. Indianrider
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    Makes me anxious to get working on my bowtie babe. Good luck and Have fun with it. IMG_0342.JPG
     
  3. Chuck Craig
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    from Ocala FL

    Great work and can see why you are doing it YOUR way. Keep at it.
     
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  4. Chuck Craig
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    Indianrider, great 32, my favorite year of all for CHEVROLET. It had a lot of features that were not on the 31 or the 34. The landau phaeton being the top of the line to me. GREAT car.
     
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  5. Peanut 1959
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    I really like the Chevy grille insert in the Deuce grille shell.

    And you'd better jump on the offer of those powdercoated steelies!
     
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  6. old steel
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    Two door sedan and the straight axle perfect .
     
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  7. Nicholas Lyon
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    It’s a ‘29 chevy roadster my brother picked up in Missouri.
     

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  8. Nicholas Lyon
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    That’s a great looking project!
     
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  9. rtomss
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    Here's a little inspiration.... Not an easy or short journey, but still working on getting mine finished out. Looking good! 20180619_094514.jpg
     
  10. That's a good looking car!HRP
     
  11. rtomss
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    Thanks!
     
  12. 6sally6
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    "How bout a compromise" on them big-fat-tarz-in-the-rear!! Narrow the rear end and tuck the "fatties" in just a little! Like the classic drag cars in the 60's?!!
    I love me some big-fat-tarz but.....those justa-stick'in-out-back-there look a little....uhhhh....funny(not ha ha funny...just funny-funny) ya know?!
    At least they are not fat tarz and skinny-ass sidewallz!!!!:eek:
    6sally6
     
  13. Nicholas Lyon
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  14. Nicholas Lyon
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    A little engine assembly...
     

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  15. Nicholas Lyon
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    Pulled everything apart to start painting. Rustoleum primer.
     

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  16. Nicholas Lyon
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    Paint is single stage majic black w/ hardner catalyst. Makes it almost a satin black.
     

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  17. Nicholas Lyon
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    Took a break and got my little helper to help put up new lights.
     

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  18. Nicholas Lyon
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    Traditional white on the wheels. Put the steering brackets and brakes on. Realized the brackets don’t clear the caliper bolts. . Have to bend and repaint those.... install sealed bulbs and turn signals. 3/4” led sealed units from rural king.
     

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  19. Nicholas Lyon
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    Building up the brakes. Definitely worth having a good flare tool. Saves time and makes great looking flares.
     

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  20. Nicholas Lyon
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    Too nice of day. Had to take a cruise and clean things up a little.

    My awesome brother let me have his truck for a while for my birthday. Too cool!!!
     

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  21. Nicholas Lyon
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    Digging the stance
     

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  22. Nicholas Lyon
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    Trans lines and radiator hoses next. Then it’s time to get the body ready.
     

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  23. koolbeans
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    Everybody paints the canvas differently....and has opinions. They are all good and meaningful
    My opin/suggestion is to hijack all the photos of HR's like yours and in real time and in the noggin cut and paste your likes and no likes.
    You gotta like it your way.

    Sent from my XT1710-02 using The H.A.M.B. mobile app
     
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  24. Pretty cool build
     
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