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  1. That someone could actually ride. The choppers that are being made are all great, but I would love to see some that don't have a useless front end that sticks out so far that the front wheel flops around like a dead fish. I am working on ideas for a chopper that is also a rider. Something low and lean, with a short front end....maybe a springer....most likely a ridged. I like Harley engines, but would like to find something more reliable. Just some ideas that I am throwing around.
  2. factor from your posts. I love your models, but the wording makes it hard to read what in blazes you are trying to say. I mean a little is funny, but come on...Please don't take this as an insult, I just would like to be able to read your posts with out a translator. Thanks.
  3. a word that he types...lol loves of love man.
  4. I love everything about it....style, color, wheels, motor....
  5. It has the right stance and the use of the roof is great.
  6. Doors and hoods...please any help would be appreicated...thanks.
  7. I like it and all, but to me it just does not look like a truck. I like all the mods, but it lost all the flavor of the 50. I want to strip mine down and make a mean basic hauler. I might do some body mods, especially in the bed area (bring it the level more even with the body lines) but I like the look of the basic truck. Love the balloon fenders and the peaked hood. I just think that it would look good lowered on a newer frame with a newer engine under it. I am still debating whether I will use the six banger with the 60 chassis or maybe a small block chevy. The engine bay will hold just about anything you can throw at it. I am trying to determine the height of the body on the frame and how much I will have to narrow the front end to fit some nice wheels under it. The 60 front end is too wide in stock form. Oh well, nothing some parts box jumping will not solve. Thanks for all your imput and please keep it coming...thanx...Paul
  8. http://i157.photobucket.com/albums/t60/Ful...966/2Deuces.jpg and now another one...http://i157.photobucket.com/albums/t60/Ful...diusedRear3.jpg
  9. http://i157.photobucket.com/albums/t60/Ful...jpgsedRear3.jpg
  10. The level is low and mean and the rake is sweet. Nice choice of engine too. I love the over all effect. The dash looks so real. Great job. I am working on one myself. Sort of a body drop on the frame. Originally I was going to have the wheels sticking out from the body like you do, but once I looked at it, I decided to open up the wheel wells and bring the wheels in. It has a nice tucked in effect that I like.http://i157.photobucket.com/albums/t60/Fullauto-1966/2Deuces2.jpg
  11. I was given an AMT 1950 Chevy 3100 pickem up truck and I want to mount it to the AMT 1960 Chevy Custom Fleetside truck frame. I have mocked it up and with some trimming on the floorboards, the frame fits nice. I am thinking of customizing the 50 body by lowering it over the frame and leaving off the running boards. Also trimming the front lower fenders for a better fit. I want to raise the bed higher on the body and maybe take the side trim from the cab and somehow run it into the bed sides. Any feed back or ideas would so be appreciated. If any of you have tried something like this please let me know your results. I would love to hear from you at...foundontherails@yahoo.com...Thanks Paul
  12. Here is a pic of a pair of Deuces that I have been working on. Please comments are welcome. I body dropped em over the frames and opened up the rear wheel wells. The coupe is running the Ala Cart frame and engine while the roadster is running the frame for the Willys Gasser and the Hemi that came with it.[ihttp://i157.photobucket.com/albums/t60/Fullauto-1966/Two32sRadiusedRear3.jpgmg]http://i157.photobucket.com/albums/t60/Ful...diusedRear3.jpg
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