My first 'chopped top'!

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Here was my first attempt at chopping a top! I had fun with this one too! Here's a few pics.

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Looks menacing!

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Don't see a chop like that to often . . . looks pretty cool ! The blue frame really stands out , nice buld .

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And not just any chop, but a raked chop. Seems to me that would be harder than your normal chop. Well done.

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Very Cool, I saw this and had a flash back to the 70's. This was the same kit I did my first chop on, not as radical as yours. Mine was strieght chop and left about 1/4 inch to look out of. Very nice.................I may just try this again..............Thanks for the memories.

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Great looking build...

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Way cool... Really smooth top chop,and a good subject to work with. NICE :D !!!

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Chop came out clean man.

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Very smooth! I seem to recall my first chop attempt....and it wasn't nearly as nice as yours.

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"I wanna sit in back, more headroom and I am 6'4".... called it!"

Nice build! Great finished product.

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love it! this the brizio t but with model a fenders isn't it?

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Holy raked lid, Batman!

Nice job...looks killer all around...and I usually favor these t's tall.

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Thanks everybody for the nice comments! I appreciate them very much! This is a great place to share!

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Nice job. Can you say "mail-slot"?

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Pretty fine job for your first time. I like it.

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man thats one wicked look'n sedan... B)

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Very nice work.

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Now that's slick! Love the wheels on this badboy too!

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sinister-well done

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Nasty ... good nasty!

B)

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Thanks again everybody for the kind comments! I also actually put a lot of detail into the interior too.....but my camera isn't good enough to get quality pics! LOL! But I did enjoy building this a lot!

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would be tough to see the stop lights, but I like it, nice job!

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Awesome chop job! I love the overall stance of the car with that "raked" roof. Not something that you see every day. Overall great job!

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Awesome chop job! I love the overall stance of the car with that "raked" roof. Not something that you see every day. Overall great job!
Thanks Mark......I appreciate the kind comments!! It was a really fun build !!

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Nice job !

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