32 Ford ratrod pickup

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hi every 1...here is my latest ebay rescue...tri-power T-bird engine...burlap seat covers...billetproof magazine on the seat...skul shifter...Duesenburgh grill...bullet headlites...real wood bed w/keg gas tank...enjoythe 1st 2 pic will be the before pic's...

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Nice collection of RATZ! Doctor Cranky loves them. Nice use of details . . . LONG LIVE RUST! Congrats.

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thanks..Dr crank-man...many more coming sooooon...im in a ratrod rut and i like it... :)

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Oh no. Another builder going to the dark side.

Chrome and shiny paint rules!

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Looks like the door hinge pins are a little worn out. :blink:

Seriously, though- Love it! :)

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thanks..Dr crank-man...many more coming sooooon...im in a ratrod rut...

ruh roh...

:lol:

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Looks good. yeah the good Dr. is a bad influence. One observation though,use your X-Acto to ream out the stacks at the top to thin the walls just a bit.

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LOL! You know what DOCTOR CRANKY would say, right?

LONG

LIVE

RUST!

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Looks like the "Before and After" pics are reversed. :lol:

Seriously, though- an excellent restoration.

BTW: The real world supports Shabby and Shiny, Beauties and Beaters as well as Rusters and Racers; so do I!

David G.

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Where did you get the headlights?

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Where did you get the headlights?

The local grocery store. He just spray painted a couple of olives. Great work, very ratty. Also this looks like the AMT/Lindberg kit which would make this a '34 not a '32.

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The grill shell looks '35 Auburn. I don't think Auburn made trucks, though. Parts from all over the place - that helps make it rat rod - Right?

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Nice save!

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right jim....

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You gotta love rust...it's cheaper than chrome and lighter than fiberglass...:angry:

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:P

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