pretty damn slick.
|fill er up !|
|not much left of what I built.But he's happy.|
|ah what the hell let's stick the radiator here|
|nice trans mount|
|I think this will need a whole oceans worth of fish plates|
|look at the front crossmember ! ?|
|a "pro shop" did this work|
Hasn't figured out what a mitered joint is
(To find the cut angle divide the angle at which the two pieces meet by two)
|on his trailer at home ! Safe and sound.Looks like they busted up the front of the pallet a little|
Hey forklift guys ! when it's 11' long use the long forks !
|The old coupe gets a new chance at life ! |
Are those KH wires? recoupe some money there !
|next time we see it , it will be primered !|
down there bare metal rusts up real fast..
When someone tries to weld a rounded edge to a rounded edge..
well it never looks good. And stacking the rails is such a bad way to go.
And those disgusting fabricated front cross members, yuck.
|must have got tired and figured "ey the frame can stop here"|
Not sure what holds up the rear -where does spring go?
Never mind body mounts, who needs em !
|time for the work to begin|
|little paint work and it's done|
|down low shots shows the super clean under carriage. No junk hanging down|
|good picture for a cell phone|
|guessing Detroit Autorama|
|when the forklift removes it from my truck|
it ain't mine no more
|Hangman, hangman, hold it a little while,|
I think I see my friends coming, Riding many a mile
|added big crossmember to pallet,|
gotta lift it up so m/c bracket doesn't hang down low
|they do like good chopped|
|I got 350 heads on a 305 engine|
I get ten miles to the gallon
I ain't got no good intentions
|with the real tires it will look even better !|
|see the pretty dropped axle|
|nice guy,using long forks like I asked !|
|I spy firewall and windshield frame|
|four doors for more fun|
|prove your resto skills|
|Bonnie and Clyde stole this car once and drove it around Colorado|