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

  1. Too damn cool. Thanks for posting it up.

     
  2. 64 DODGE 440
    Joined: Sep 2, 2006
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    64 DODGE 440
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    from so cal

    Where are those 12 spoke wheels from?
     

  3. Thanks for the positives. :)

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    27 Coupe Chassis June 2012, CDT in background



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    Gearshift on Coupe
     
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  4. Regarding the twelve spokes, I am not quite sure, I believe that they are some type of Creitz copy but not spindle type, and I think they might date back to mid sixties!,
    I really like them, they are 17" x 2.1/2"
    I bought them from a real good friend of mine, about five years ago because I had not seen anything like them before, I put them away fro a rainy day, and I had not got the Coupe then!
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  5. 64 DODGE 440
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    64 DODGE 440
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    Great looking wheels!
     
  6. falconsquire
    Joined: Sep 17, 2011
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    My model t pickup been building since I was 12. Chassis is done . Going to be ohc 4cyl .
    <a href="http://s1162.beta.photobucket.com/user/falconsquire/media/957D7AAD-884D-4C4E-B8AE-ABE1982D0BE5-367-000000352CFC9E7F-1.jpg.html" target="_blank">[​IMG]</a>
     
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  7. falconsquire
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    <a href="http://s1162.beta.photobucket.com/user/falconsquire/media/F6475B2B-DBBF-48F6-BB71-A82A32F062ED-367-000000414BFA9903.jpg.html" target="_blank">[​IMG]</a>
    The body all steeled out
     
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  8. falconsquire
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    <a href="http://s1162.photobucket.com/albums/q537/falconsquire/?action=view&current=D8EB5098-6D87-4246-88BF-63D3491DAEB8-367-000000435C715A8C.jpg" target="_blank">[​IMG]</a>
     
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  9. falconsquire
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    <a href="http://s1162.photobucket.com/albums/q537/falconsquire/?action=view&current=4933B6C4-932D-484E-AA02-81AA63E4518F-367-00000044BD80B898.jpg" target="_blank">[​IMG]</a>

    A chassis mostly done
     
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  10. SinisterCustom
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    Whoa!
    Deja' Vu.....;)

    Diggin' it man.....
     
  11. Tall Tom
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    Tall Tom
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    from Austin MN

    Ummm your Steering Sector is on the wrong side....... My attached picture shows where it belongs.:)
    My frame is a Total Performance Pro Street which a guy had givin up on. I had to do a lot of modifications to fit my full fendered 26 T coupe.

     

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  12. falconsquire
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    Im from Australia ha ha. Our cars are rhd. Yours looks good.
     
  13. fiftyv8
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    Hey Falconsquire, I like your rear end kickup etc, any chance you could post a few more clear pictures of it in more detail please...
     
  14. falconsquire
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    Here it is fiftyv8. <a href="http://s1162.photobucket.com/albums/q537/falconsquire/?action=view&current=21D168E3-25AD-49D8-BAAE-2F5D2840CAC4-1106-000001DD7D7ED6DE.jpg" target="_blank">[​IMG]</a>
     
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  15. fiftyv8
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    fiftyv8
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    from CO & WA

  16. mattraff
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    Yippee! Just painted yesterday - the finish line is in sight....

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  17. Ragtop
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    Haven't made a lot of progress on my car lately, but I got my motor back from the rebuild shop and started dressing it up. I also shot some paint on some small parts including my dash and gas tank. Both came out great until I took my resperator off and knocked my hat into the freshly painted dash! Stuff happens right? I stuck some of the components in after I resanded just to see how it's gonna look and I like it! If anyone knows where I might get the chome dash piece that holds the cigar lighter (1938 Ford) I'd sure like to get one. I need the chrome trim for the dash that holds the cigar lighter if anyone knows where I might get one. I want to eliminate the ash tray. You'll prabably notice the valve covers aren't sitting all the way down on the heads - clearance problem with the roller rockers. I'm waiting for a polished aluminum spacer that'll lift them up about an inch.

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  18. SinisterCustom
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    RAD!!
    Another '60's style T coupe in WA!!!!
    Look forward to checking her out in person this year! looks bitchin'!
     
  19. Great job. Congrats!
     
  20. 60 Belair
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    Me and my brother kinda finished his last year, Andy

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  21. exStreamliner
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  22. dogpatch customs
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    dogpatch customs
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  23. dogpatch customs
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    dogpatch customs
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    from ohio

    and mine, 6 month build. coming along,

    george
     

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  24. DaddyO's..Deuce
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    377 is almost together, Hampton 6-71 finally showed up yesterday. Now if I can just get a few nice days to finish buttoning it up and drop it in the 26 T
     

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  25. classic L.B.
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    DONT HATE ME...... 27 RPU..roller . 0n a 32 frame,(a tub front,,,,cushman bed, all steel rust free , was a 427 car, gettin a fresh pre run,370 -400 horse 350 for fixin a botched black paint job/ and bad body work on a 68 chevy truck,,, for a buddys buddy...sick..gonna be quick!... My good friend Robert sold me this old hotrod he had stashed away! Was a late 70s,80s built hot rod ,less motor for 2k and My friend is also , helpin this old bodyman me build it at his hot rod shop!.. for zip...nadda ...(Hes g0tta .heart of gold, Not to mention one bad And scarry Fast, 32 coupe he built, daily driven 500 + horse )... Ilove ya brother.............[​IMG] thanks R.C. ( pics wont load , sorry ) wanna do abuild tread, but the pics elude me on here...maybe Ill figure it out...
     
  26. Kume
    Joined: Jan 23, 2010
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    me:(
    Not much to show yet.
    Panel work finished by Terry
    Basic gowjob recipe:
    T chassis
    4 banger
    A rear
    T front
     

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  27. Gloria564
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    My 1912 turns 100 next month and I want to treat it to a set of 30x3 1/2 Bufallo wire wheels.[​IMG]
     
  28. patrick english
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    patrick english
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    sOUNDS COOL.Make a photobucket account.use the img code.Its pretty easy.
     
  29. AndersF
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    This is the best tread i ever seen about model T hotrods.
    Very inspiring. This is my first post here on HAMB i hope i get it right.
    I am collecting parts for a 27 coupe build. I am going to build it in late 50:s style.
    The T for two that have been in this tread is about what i want it to look like.
    Its gonna be a challange to keep it look right and still meet the swedish regulitations.
    Its gonna take at least about six mounths moore before i start to build on it.

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