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my 1957 ford custom

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photo91_zpsc63eaaae.jpgwell folks this was one of my quicker builds from jan-april. first build of 2013 and my first under glass here. many of you followed the WIP and it gave me the push to get it done. here is my blazing black, mini tubbed, cammer powered 57 ford. any comments welcome. thanks for looking.

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I like it, very clean build

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One nice FORD............

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Fred........nice build.......clean all the way around.

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Beautiful build Fred. Great job.

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Excellent!!!

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Wow, those Phantom Vickie rear tires are a tight fit, but they look good.

What's the source of the SOHC?

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Very nice

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Wow. That is sharp.

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Sweet looking build Fred B)

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Sweet build, love the wheels and stance. Killer build..

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I missed this in wip but that is one fine looking Ford. Nailed it!

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Awesome build sir! Love the Cammer in there. It totaly fills that engine compartment.

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stunning job !! really love everything about it !

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thanks for the kind words guys. I have 2 new sweet projects coming up

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Very nice!

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That's a beauty! Great finish! Nice clean build.

Sam

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Very cool '57 Fred!! Perfect finish and stance!

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Thank you very much. I will answer some questions. First, the cammer is made up of a thunderbolt block and trans. Front cover and intake is Ross Gibson resin. Heads and cam covers are Jo Han carbs are thunderbolt water pump and belts are also thunderbolt. Lots of small mods to all parts to get them to play nice. Carbs are thunderbolt and air cleaners are 427 cobra pieces. Had alot of questions about wheels, they are phantom Vickie pieces. Took a bit of work to get them to mount since rm uses those metal pins now. The rears took the most. New rear frame was made as well as moving springs inside the rails, lowering blocks and mini tubs. I tried to make it look like they just fit but without a lot of work they will not just fit this model

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