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About streetmachine11

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  • Birthday 01/01/1987

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    jason schofield

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  1. thanks! thank you rob thanks Bruce its coming along nice so far alot more to come
  2. hey dave thank you for taking the time to post those photos. the will be a great help. I'm really just winging it and going by other builders and pictures. didnt have much luck finding stuff like this and have learned alot being my first attempt. I've got some smaller tube sizes and will work on the chassis more tonight. thanks again! jason
  3. claude, the rear axle and 4link are from futurattraction
  4. hey claude, thanks for this idea I may have to look into that. I thought of using kit tubbs but most seem to be to narrow for this body. defenitly making some probably going to be decaled with carbon fiber. thanks jason
  5. some more on the 61 impala. assembled the rear axle and 4link bars just to fit in the chassis. after the 4 like is in place I'll disassemble and paint. thanks for looking
  6. I used model master aged white for that washer reservoir.
  7. thank you everyone for all the wonderful comments I really appreciate them!
  8. thanks! the valve covers were sprayed with rustoleum texture black the hood spring is small gauge wire wrapped around a small set of tweezers and the brake lines are 24gauge wire wrapped around a toothpick
  9. small update made a jig to hold the body and chassis together and at ride height. got more of the main cage done finished the floor braces and got the rear rails in place still alot of tubes to go. thanks for looking comments and criticisms welcome
  10. revell 68 charger this went together very well and was a blast to build. not original kind of went street car with this one thanks for looking comments and criticisms welcome
  11. PappyD340 Mariojr thanks! its its labor intensive building from scratch but that's the fun part
  12. small update.wheels came in today. polished up the spokes and assembled beadlocks and centers. now the rear frame can be built now that I know where the tires are. time to build the rear end thanks for looking
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