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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Slimegreeeeeen, Nov 19, 2011.

  1. SinisterCustom
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    I do accept DONATIONS........;)
     
  2. dogpatch customs
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    from ohio

  3. falcongeorge
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    jeez, here I was hoping for some myself.:D
     
  4. My daughter was visiting for a week and wanted to work on her coupe. I marked out the roof for a 5 1/2 inch cut and she did most of the cutting. Also tried on her new rear tires and fenders. The rear will also get a nerf bar to go with the 46 chev tailites.

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  5. Ragtop
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    Look'n great Pat!
     
  6. A little eye candy from my files.
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  7. japar
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    Is a C-Cab a T ? I am either going to build this or a T-Bucket still unsure
     

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  8. Bigcheese327
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    Definitely a T. I keep saying someone should build a C-cab in the style of Norm Grabowski's touring from Sex Kittens Go to College (i.e. "My Mother the Car" before it was all goobered up).

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  9. Ragtop
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    Got the trunk floor all done - it's sealed off from the interior completely now so I can install the fuel tank in the trunk - [​IMG]
    Made the ends for the '38 dash and added a couple of pieces to the front to make it straight across like the T is - [​IMG]
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  10. [​IMG]Made ladder bars with extra radius rods.
     
  11. Not sure if i can say yes or no? :)

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  12. Ragtop
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    Seems like Photobucket has screwed up the way you copy from an album. Got a little more done on my T - steering column installed, trunk now lifts with a pair of gas cylinders and it latches nicely, started to build my headers - one side just about done. Pics in next post if I can get it to work.
     
  13. Ragtop
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    pics
     

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  14. need louvers ?
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    I've got a client that wants to do just that and a "T" touring body hanging on the fence... Oh, and the puzzle piece for my '23 roadster full fendered car fell into place this weekend with a suggestion to a friend that I needed a '23-'25 type turtle deck. Low and behold he had one....
     
  15. Ragtop
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    Damn straight it's a T. I always liked these C Cabs - go for it!
     
  16. Looking good. Keep the shots coming!
     
  17. lakeroadster
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    Lovin the C-Cab Model T's!

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  18. langy
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    Do you have a thread on your build ???
     
  19. langy
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    Hope this saves you making them twice but early ford ends are 11/16-18
     
  20. langy
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    Drilled for me but i'm biased :D


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  21. Ragtop
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    Personally, I like 'em both ways but I think I prefer the drilled look. Waht are those cool backing plates?
     
  22. atomcfl
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  23. daddio211
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    My wife's T Roadster is coming along nicely. See signature for build link.

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  24. langy
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    55 F100, I modified them a bit.
     
  25. ERKEL
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    my hunk, unfortunately it is glass. 124" w/b, quarter elliptic rear
     

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  26. straightshooter
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    I'm gathering parts at the moment. No pictures worth posting, yet. Going for a modified T
     
  27. flyin flattie
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  28. 34PEECUP
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    NEW T Bucket project Im working on
     

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  29. langy
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    Nothing wrong with glass mate,
     
  30. langy
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