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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Bass, Feb 20, 2009.
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Great fucking work!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Now, I understand why certain people have fans and some don't.
And why some people (like myself) want to just give up and take up knitting
you crazy son of a bitch... this just went and raised the ante
Giving up should "never" be an option, getting inspiration, from talented people, is everything.
Besides, knitting is about as hard as tig welding.
I should try and knit myself some seat covers. That would earn me respect! haha
I was just making jokes man. I come here for inspiration. I love Chassis build threads, makes me excited for when I build my '32 chassis for my coupe
Well, you know what they say, knitting is the new "flat black"
I'm on it!
wow ! outstanding work and those welds are art themselves !
That work is absolutely beautiful.
Wow! Very insperationally. Unbelievable work cant wait to see it done and the beard looks awesome too.
Amazing post, I sent this email to a few of my buddies regarding this very Model A coupe build:
Fellas, take a look at the link below. It's a post on the HAMB of a Model A coupe with a 392 HEMI up front. The build up pictures are incredible, the fabricating work is amazing. Traditional Hot Rods aren't all cheap nasty bastads. I'd rather look at posts like this than gleaming finished cars. In the States they'd probably say 'That's Incredible, in Australia we'd just say, FUCK!
That is so bad ass.
I'm speechless!!! amazing metal work.
Brian, Looks killer man!! I know the amount of work and hours that went into that!
DId you get the cams?
Once again you have done an outstanding job and those welds are what wet dreams are made of. I have printed out the close ups of the welds so when I start teaching myself how too tig I have something to reach for. Please keep the updates coming.
I keep coming back to this to look, very fine work, I can tell there was many a late night put into this, and you have every right to be very proud and should be. Nice work man
brilliant work indeed. having recently nearly finished a 32 chassis , I know the untold hours spent just working how all these pieces work together, and still look right
this chassis will be famous, and gives me an aspirational goal, for my next one.
Wow. You sir are a ruler.
Your a BAD MOTHA ! Very nice work.......
Mind boggling. You are a ruler.
Question, what are tools to either side of the "steering wheels" in this photo? Shrinker/stretcher? Hell, name all the tools along the wall if you want!
Thanks man! Bitchin' work!
Those look like steering boxes with pitman arms. Great thread, dynamite work. Thanks.
If you and Shaft got into a fight, you my friend would win!
That is so damn RAD... I love the backing plate conversion, it looks so easy-
Thanks for taking the time to put this post together. You're very creative and like someone had mentioned previously, it's almost a shame to cover it.
How many hours do you have into the chassis?
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