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    I just verified it in the dictionary - took a look for the word badass and yep.... there was a picture of your car there!

    Can't wait to see the next set showing the final details and assembly.

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    Mykk, I've been following along on this build. I don't see anything "Rat" about it. It looks to be an excellent build to me, in fact I 've got a feeling it's gonna show up in a magazine article in the future. Great job, very different concept. Carry on.
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    Making progress on a few more projects on the car:

    Windshield:









    Hoses & Plumbing:





    Steering:











    Exhaust:











    And of course, because I'm a nerd:

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    Crikey, when I saw that you'd welded the steering shaft I just couldn't believe it!
    That's a definite NO -NO here in New Zealand.
    Your rules and regulations must be far easier to work with than what we have to contend with.

    Having said that: I still admire the car...she's a bloody pearler!
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    Hey Mykk, It's looking great. I have a couple of questions about your build 1)Why haven't you fixed your front spring u-bolt configuration? 2) Why haven't we heard this thing running in a video?
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    That is really different. Yours is the kind of car I love seeing at a show. There's lines of the usual chevys, fords, mopars, not that they aren't awesome but we have all seen them before. So it looks like it runs, how is it?

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