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    Pat and Pepi,,You Guys are too kind!
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    In my hectic world right now, I had to come back and look at that flame job. All is right in the world right now. That is 1bad32 for sure!
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    I have had a 34 bumper in my long term parts storage, which is basically in, under, over, in a corner. When I mocked up her truck I had it hung, well dug it out and installed it. I think it makes the truck look more truck like. After I finsih the bed repair I'll shoot some better pics.



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    I like the bumper. But it clashes against that grille filler...

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    This is my Roadster in Front of Razorback stadium, In Fayetteville Ark.
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    Where my 32 was Born.
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    This is where the truck was born, home grown the best kind. DSCN0035_1.jpg
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    So you Built the body?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sg4356 View Post
    This is my Roadster in Front of Razorback stadium, In Fayetteville Ark.
    If only you could have finagled parking at mid-field, just above that big Razorback!!
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    No Kidding How Cool Would That Be.
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    I did not form the body from a roll of steel if that's what your asking. The body parts were pressed by some guy named Henry. Acquired cab, bed, 4 doors to make 2, got the hood and grill shell new, the rest I made. Was a 4 year project, would have been done sooner but I was traveling the East coast M-Th. The truck never left the garage from scrap to paint, built by owner and given to my wife. Would I do another yes but I would look for a body without all the problems dents, rust and all that goes along with that. Building the hard parts is much easier then the body work, however I will also say once you get the hang of working with filler it is not all that bad. The painting has two problems, first it goes way to fast for the amount of time spent for prep. Two one really needs the room to paint, as in booth. I created a booth had a 3 ton blower from an AC air handler with a 10 in. duct attached . Piped it into the room, worked extremely well, that thing pulled the over spray out and I got a dirt free paint job
    How about your Deuce Henry original , or newly popped
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    As you can tell from the Picture,Show me Rod and Custom Body (A Guy Named Doug). Just like you I done everything else except for the interior and that's the part I'am not real please with. But I will be taking care of that in about three weeks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pepi View Post
    I did not form the body from a roll of steel if that's what your asking. The body parts were pressed by some guy named Henry. Acquired cab, bed, 4 doors to make 2, got the hood and grill shell new, the rest I made. Was a 4 year project, would have been done sooner but I was traveling the East coast M-Th. The truck never left the garage from scrap to paint, built by owner and given to my wife. Would I do another yes but I would look for a body without all the problems dents, rust and all that goes along with that. Building the hard parts is much easier then the body work, however I will also say once you get the hang of working with filler it is not all that bad. The painting has two problems, first it goes way to fast for the amount of time spent for prep. Two one really needs the room to paint, as in booth. I created a booth had a 3 ton blower from an AC air handler with a 10 in. duct attached . Piped it into the room, worked extremely well, that thing pulled the over spray out and I got a dirt free paint job
    How about your Deuce Henry original , or newly popped

    IMO that's still the most fun way to do them, Pepi!!!! and besides, if it was easy, everybody would be doing it and I would have had to have a real job for the last 40 years!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Here's a fun pic of My Ride,,
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    I've actually never been in the Deuce Den before. Maybe I belong now!?!

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