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exesivefire

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  • Location Brunswick Hills, Ohio
  • Full Name Andy Brooks

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  1. exesivefire added a post in a topic 67 (Gasser Style Street Freaky Nongasser Show Car) 'Vette   

    Looking good! Dare I say... minty fresh?
  2. exesivefire added a post in a topic 67 (Gasser Style Street Freaky Nongasser Show Car) 'Vette   

    It's been nice.. paint time?
  3. exesivefire added a post in a topic 29 roadster with a twist, trim?   

    well the paint showed up.. now I have to finish! GM Verdoro green from Gravity Colors.

     
  4. exesivefire added a post in a topic Speedwagon V.2   

    Well these are both interesting for sure, can't wait to see more. Very clean and tidy fabrication going on here..
  5. exesivefire added a post in a topic 29 roadster with a twist, trim?   

    links made and mounted. Now I have to figure out coil overs...
     
  6. exesivefire added a post in a topic 29 roadster with a twist, trim?   

    thanks again for the kind words.
    I almost don't want to admit the amount of time I have spent on this rear end. I have had this center section in the parts box for a while now and decided it was time to use it. It was rough to start so that didn't help things but I can say I am happy with it now. There is a 1/8th inch aluminum tube in there, some styrene tube tapered and blended to that and some link mounts cut and layered from .015 sheet. I'll have to decide what to do about the rear cover, part of me wishes I knew where this came from so I could source it. It was all chrome to start so I kind of think its from one of those parts packs maybe? Either way I am moving forward.. A little over a month left!



  7. exesivefire added a post in a topic 1929 Model A Roadster ArtDeco/Coachbuilt/Streamliner   

    I hope that's not true! Ha
  8. exesivefire added a post in a topic 29 roadster with a twist, trim?   

    I didn't get a lot done last night, but I did manage to save the rear axle and add a taper to the tubes while I was at it (still needs some cleanup) and got some primer on my grille to see how that was doing after the splice. 


     
     
  9. exesivefire added a post in a topic 53 Ford Hardtop Kustom   

    fantastic build!! so much work goes into making it look like you didn't do anything at all. love the colors too.
  10. exesivefire added a post in a topic 29 roadster with a twist, trim?   

    It was fighting me last night but hopefully I'll have better luck tonight
  11. exesivefire added a post in a topic 29 roadster with a twist, trim?   

    Had to remake that rear part again. It wasn't strong enough before.
  12. exesivefire added a post in a topic 29 roadster with a twist, trim?   

    drill the hole the same size as the aluminum rod in there. Holds pretty tight.
  13. exesivefire added a post in a topic 67 Mustang - Project "Lenora" - Eleanor's PSYCHO sister- Custom Hood for the DOHC Engine- 2/15/17   

    this is off the charts cool, I love it!
    very tasteful and well executed, two things that are hard to pull off.
  14. exesivefire added a post in a topic 32 Something or Another   

    for a bunch of parts you have laying around, this sure looks like a nice little rod!
     
  15. exesivefire added a post in a topic '25 Chopped Coupe - Street Rod   

    good start! I really like that inspiration rod too... I should save those pictures.