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    If anyone needs the factory frame/wheels/engine/tranny let me know.



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    Default Taking the body off the frame

    Welding the doors



    Bracing the body


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    Grabbed a 9" Rearend today so that's covered. Just have to decide if we're 100% committed to using the 4.6 or going a different route. Going to chop it tomorrow and then build the new frame.

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    I have a 29 Model A....will everything work on mine?
    Douglas Lutes
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    "Never race anything you can't afford to set on fire and push off a cliff."

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    Ok sweet! I'm excited to watch. You thinking of running a cage too?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SicMonte View Post
    I have a 29 Model A....will everything work on mine?
    Not sure. I'll ask Kelly and let you know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MSTSFabbed View Post
    Ok sweet! I'm excited to watch. You thinking of running a cage too?
    Right now the plan is just to get it up and going a.k.a. Rat Rod style. It's a shop car so I'm sure it will get constant updates.

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    Default Choppity Chop Time!

    Top Off



    Back on, minus 3"


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    Quote Originally Posted by SicMonte View Post
    I have a 29 Model A....will everything work on mine?
    yes

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    Neat litte car.
    Hot rodder's recycle, wheres those prius' going when the tree huggers have a new fad.

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    That looks much better

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    Default It's a Bird! It's a Plane! It's Santa Claus!!

    No............it's the UPS guy dropping off a bunch of parts!!! Time to get busy


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    The picture of the car with the roof chopped got the old Munsters theme song playing in my head, looks mean
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    Hey that's got some good clean steel under there! Looks great!
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    Default Building the frame

    Setting Up the Welding Table



    The Rear Rails...........Handmade by Kelly & Josh



    One of the Front Rails


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    every body chops these cars it would be refreshing to see some built with stock top height good luck on the build!!!!!!!!!!

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