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    That looks pretty sweet!
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    Lookin good!
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    You are moving right along. That engine looks great in there!
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    Very nice build man!

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    After moving the car in pieces to storage in time for a brutal winter, the weather has gotten better and new shop space acquired:















    My first time welding. Tacked bits in place:











    A friend helping me burn in the pieces with some real firepower:

















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    That's gonna be SWEET! Just my opinion, but if you're gonna lay back the Deuce grille I'd lay the radiator back too. The big open angled space catches my eye and draws focus too the hole. To my eye cutting down the height of the grille shell and mounting it straight would look great. That said, it's only gotta please your eye, no one else! Killer stance!!
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    Looks great! Is that a big bottle of Nitrous in the passengers seat?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rspears View Post
    That's gonna be SWEET! Just my opinion, but if you're gonna lay back the Deuce grille I'd lay the radiator back too. The big open angled space catches my eye and draws focus too the hole. To my eye cutting down the height of the grille shell and mounting it straight would look great. That said, it's only gotta please your eye, no one else! Killer stance!!
    Thanks for the input. That trianglular space made between the leaned back grill and upright radiator core, I was planning on sticking the intercooler for the supercharger in that space in front of the radiator. It'll have hoses coming and going in the triangle space.

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    The body, grill & headlight buckets are currently away for paint. Updates on paint soon.
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