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    Great work Brendon! Love the Fat Ass Meats pattern! You have too much time on your hands, hahaha!
    Lon

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    I like old school method. Makin it with what you got. Looks great.
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    Of which I might be an encouragement to other hotrodders".

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    Thanks, guys! Yeah, I could use a bead roller, especially for the rear firewall (I'll be making a metal panel to isolate the cabin from the trunk). I'll check into HF for that. I buy enough other stuff from them...

    RE: that cardboard, that scribble only took me a few minutes. It looks better in the pic than it really is.
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    Impressive is an understatement.....damn, that's beautiful work.
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ID:	66834This weekend I installed the passenger side tub. This included trimming it to fit, making some flanges from scratch and welding it all up. I also started on making another flange to help clean the edges of the interior to the wheel tub itself. A previous owner removed too much material so I figure this will be quicker/ easier than trying to patch material back in to make it flush, and the looks will be comparable once the car is back together. Though I will be making some patches anyway as there are areas that have so much material removed that my flange would otherwise have gaps if I don't fill them in. At least this way it's a quick n easy patch...
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    Its really coming together Brendon. Looks great.
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ID:	67050More work in progress on the flanges and filler material around my wheel tubs.
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    Looks like it is going to be rock solid when you finish up the tubs... lots of metal pounding...looks great
    Lash

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    it does look great. Makes me wanna dig in again. you make it look easy..
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    Nicely done on a very extensive rebuild! You've got some real talent!
    Vall

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