A B C's of customizing from the 60's

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i know this is already 2 years old so dont be mad at me but check tis out. Its posted just after the board opened. Isnt this cool :angry:

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:blink::blink::blink: One track, I haven't seen any of those since 1965. Brings back a lot of memories :angry::lol::o

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i know this is already 2 years old so dont be mad at me but check tis out. Its posted just after the board opened. Isnt this cool :blink:

and nobody commented sad I'm glad to have seen this I will check back on this often

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i am suprised no one commented 2 years ago. I went to page 100 and went through and saw this and thought its cool. Glad you guys like it.

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That is a most excellent tutorial right there. I am surprised this escaped attention until you brought it back up. Glad to have it now! :blink:

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Thanks for digging that one up. I saved it all in my puter for future reference! Nice article there for the basics. I know we have had a few poeple ask the same questions over and over. Here it is to answere them! jody

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This would make a great re-pop, in this original form, for MCM printed at full size. Great for beginners and those seeking a bit of nostalgic memories. Thanks for putting this up for us! Joe

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if you guys want real good old tutorials track down model magazines from the 60s. I have 2 and they are great and older rod and customs from early 60s did have a model section too. But no problem on bringing this back to the top. Glad it helps

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if you guys want real good old tutorials track down model magazines from the 60s. I have 2 and they are great and older rod and customs from early 60s did have a model section too. But no problem on bringing this back to the top. Glad it helps
yes master.......I will chop correctly master........I always listen to my master......yes master :lol::blink:;) Way to go Florian! Awesome find! I know you be worried bout ol High & Mighty! That's just like havin the Chilton book on the fender! :lol:

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yes master.......I will chop correctly master........I always listen to my master......yes master :lol::blink:;) Way to go Florian! Awesome find! I know you be worried bout ol High & Mighty! That's just like havin the Chilton book on the fender! :lol:

:lol::lol: Thats all i can say to that. I am not realy worried bout u choppin it. I trust u but if it goes wrong we will make it the high and mighty roadster :P These old pages of model history are great.

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:lol::lol: Thats all i can say to that. I am not realy worried bout u choppin it. I trust u but if it goes wrong we will make it the high and mighty roadster :P These old pages of model history are great.
a Mopar hi-boy :P:P:P

yep, them old pages are grrrreeeat!! I fergot bout 'AutoWorld' :lol:

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Just thought it should be brought up again :P

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i would love to have some of that roth spray paint!

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This will be a great reference thanks for sharing.

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thanks mark but what i really want is a couple cans of the original with roths name on it for ambience!

good to know they still got the shades around. now if only someone issued the proper AMT spray colors to do the King T and Wild Dream!

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I don't know how to insert a link so this is for drag slot builder

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Thanks for bringing this back around again. It pays to do some serious digging.

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Super Cool ol' School how to.

thanks Southpier , for the link on H.A.M.B.

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Good stuff here.

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Very helpful

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Cool. When this was up on front page in 2010

I used it to section/chop a 49 Ford. My first and only time. Guess ill do it again. Happen to have another 49! Or maybe the 50..

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The topic that keeps on giving! :)

Still cool to see!

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I vote for pinning this one.

I also bookmarked it so if it disappears again I can find it right away.

Russ

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Bump

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