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Old 04-11-2010, 11:59 PM
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Well i know that alot of you are not into rods and customs but, i have finished the light 2" rake chop on the 46 ford that i have been working on. It was alot of work for something that is not to noticable. It just cleaned up the lines if the car some, it has pretty tall roof that went down hill to the rear of the car. Now it has a rake to the front. Now that is one more that i can cross of the list that i said i would do, it gets me closer to digging into the 56 olds ambo. rebuild, and work on my wifes 34 dodge pick up. Next i have to touch up, and do some metal patching rust on a 61 chrysler conv. I have been buying some front end rebuilding pieces, and some chrome for the 56 olds.
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Rocky, that looks great, you do some great work. I'd love to see some pics of that when its finished.

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one of the things I never did do. just never wanted to mess with cutting the glass. that and like you said a lot of work to go threw on something the average person won't be able to tell you did. but it married up well for you
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