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cosmic12 10-15-2013 06:55 AM

I love it, that long low stance. Which way are you opening the doors?

zzrodder 10-15-2013 09:12 PM

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Are you planning to drive this to your winter vacation home :D

That would be some trick !! I'd need Chip and the A team from Overhauling to pull that one off...:cool:
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Originally Posted by cosmic12 (Post 361205)
I love it, that long low stance. Which way are you opening the doors?

Gotta go suicide doors on this one.
Only had a couple hours to work on it today but got the passenger side window frame pieced together and fixed the joint at the rear of the window opening with a patch from the piece cut out from the top chop.

Dr Crankenstein 10-15-2013 09:31 PM

Hump-ectomy complete, what's the plan for the missing appendage?

Like this?

http://www.99westcustoms.com/images/...hevysedan4.jpg

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zzrodder 10-16-2013 12:46 PM

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Originally Posted by Dr Crankenstein (Post 361311)
Hump-ectomy complete, what's the plan for the missing appendage?

Like this?

http://www.99westcustoms.com/images/...hevysedan4.jpg

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UHHH... nope.
35 -36 Chev / Olds ?
Never cared for that style - looks like a bad pantyline on the south end of a north bound chubby lady...

05snopro440 10-16-2013 03:52 PM

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UHHH... nope.
35 -36 Chev / Olds ?
Never cared for that style - looks like a bad pantyline on the south end of a north bound chubby lady...

I'm glad you said that. I never liked that style. I'm interested to see what you do!

zzrodder 10-16-2013 09:19 PM

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Got the drivers side quarter window frame pieced together today. Shaved a little off the rear sides, rolled a curve in a piece of 1" square tube and tacked it in back level with the bottom of the fenders. To get an idea of how it may look, I strung some tape to help visualize the end product.

cosmic12 10-16-2013 09:57 PM

I'm seeing it and it looks like a great plan[cl. Trunk lid? yes no?

Dr Crankenstein 10-16-2013 10:01 PM

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35 -36 Chev / Olds ?
Never cared for that style - looks like a bad pantyline on the south end of a north bound chubby lady...

I don't care for "fallout fashion" either. :eek:

Yes, it's a '36 Chevy. Your Packard brought it to mind and I wondered what "The Man They Call ZZ" would do in a similar situation. :D

zzrodder 10-16-2013 10:09 PM

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I'm seeing it and it looks like a great plan[cl. Trunk lid? yes no?

Trunk lid, yes (that should be fun to make [S). Something similar to these 36 Packard flatback sedans, though I think I'll square the corners of the lid.

Doctor C, you are too funny...[cl

Country Misfit 10-16-2013 11:01 PM

That thing is looking great. I have a 37 model 1094 touring coupe myself,so Im looking for ideas.Im really looking forward to see what the ft of your car is going to look like.I need a hood and I cant find one for a decent price,so Im looking for ft end ideas.


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