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Customs The begining of The Master-Baker

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by triumphtony, Apr 18, 2010.

  1. triumphtony
    Joined: Jul 14, 2007
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    small up date!!! I have not had much time to work on the master baker this month, but here is what I have so far. Thanks for all the kind words.

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  2. straykatkustoms
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    Very Kool! Your doing a great job combining the two cars together. Keep it up
    I love the progress.

    Happy Trails,

    Mick
     
  3. hvychvy
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    Lookin great Tony!!!!Keep up the progress,and we'll see ya next month!!
     
  4. triumphtony
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    Thanks guys see ya soon.
     
  5. triumphtony
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    Small update. I have not been working on the Masterbaker much. Me and my 14 year old son built a 63 chevy short bed truck for him this summer,so the Masterbaker was on hold. Now that his truck is pretty much done I am back at it. here are some pics.

    The hood had some rust so we fixed that.
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    Then added some port holes

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    Well thats it for now. I will add more as I get done
     
  6. straykatkustoms
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    Thanks for the update, the truck is looking better all the time. You know what would
    look kool, You need to find a 60 Olds steering wheel...

    Happy Trails, Mick
     
  7. HELLVIS
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  8. edweird
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    love what you are doing to it. heres my pops.
     

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  9. koolkemp
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    This looks pretty cool I somehow missed the thread the first time around!
     
  10. triumphtony
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    No a 60 Buick is what I need.:)
     
  11. chaddilac
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    Looks awesome... I hope it don't get nicknamed the Master-Bater though!
     
  12. hvychvy
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    Damn Tony,bout time you did a little work on that thing.Lookin great!!
     
  13. mongo51
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    Its tonys so master bater is about right.lol He cant have my wheel Mick
     
  14. 42 chevy
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    I can be listed as one that likes it. It sounds wrong but sure looks great.
     
  15. Midwest Rodder
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    Very cool! You have done a great job mating the two together.
     
  16. triumphtony
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    Thanks for all the kind words. Here is some of what I have got done in the last few weeks.

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    I am just glad to finally see some primer. I still have a long way to go.
     
  17. thats cool. did you narrow the buick frontend or alter it in some way to make it fit. seems to me like it looks a little more "bulky"and truck like (in a good way it suits the truck to a t) just woundering what you did? keep up the good work
     
  18. Pete
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    I am TOTALLY diggin' this build! What a cool project.

    Pete-
     
  19. triumphtony
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    I did narrow it about 3 or so inches and got rid of the crome trim.

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    here is a pic. for reference (not the car I cut up)
     

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