Lowboy 32 sedan

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got a wild hair to start another chop...scale 6". ive been wanting to really slam a duece and do a suicide front and since i robbed the front axle for my 32 vicky, i needed to go a different route. not sure where the i beam came from but i think the bones are from the 48 ford kit...i split them, added rod ends and front mounts that i pinned to the axle. i still need to figure out the mounts for the spring. the rear has been z'ed, lowered, new bags made, and widened. rear wheels and tires are from parts box and fronts from the amt 34 ford. here is how she sits. notice the comparison sitting next to my other sedan that has been channeled but not chopped.

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Looks great with those wires

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Far lower than I'm generally interested in, but that's got a lot of potential. Nice start.

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this is gonna be waaaaaay cooool Andy, I am excited to see how it progresses!! nice work man!

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Love it !

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yes please! lol. love it!

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Wicked, mean and low, with just enough ground clearance to actually work. Really like it so far.

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That's looking very cool.

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Awesome. Very similar to one i have going. Love the stance.

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awsome set up , gonna look sweet

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Nice! I also dig your black one!

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This car needs a nail head, rocket or ArDun flatty. Any other choice will be incorrect.

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Dang I love that look.

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Oh Boy !

Lovin'it !

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Looks sweet so far!

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Thats mean lookin i love that stance

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Thanks guys. Mark, I don't have an ardun so thats out. I am saving the rocket I do have for the 50 olds. And the only nail head I have really isn't doin it for me...even though I wished I hade a better one because that's what I really want. So with that said I got the kits ford engine to fit nice. However I'm really not too into that idea either. I wanted to use a caddy aircleaner but it won't fit right. So I threw a parts pack caddy motor in the purple pond and when I get it together I can see how it will fit. I'm thinking the six strombergs will look nice sitting there

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Yes. A caddy mill will suffice lol.

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The more I see these, the more I'd like to build one..Nice work!

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i got the spring mounts made tonight. i thought i would try using brass for the first time since its stronger than plastic anyway. now she sits all on her own. here are some pics of the progress and final stance...also with the ford engine sitting between the rails.

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VERY nice. I was thinking of a similar front end solution to my current 32 project, but I am not sure yet.

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that is very cool! nice work

cheers

bryan

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Looks great

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As my kid says - That's so totally cool.

I love it.

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When you said low and slammed you weren't kiddin. This thing is freakin awesome! Love how you did the front end, can't wait to see what else you have in store, keep it going.

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