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31 Nash: way beyond "Rat Fiink" Coupe: new project 5/9/13

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One day I'll get to a show where I can see your builds in person.

Cause on the computer they look fantasic!

Eric

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Real Nice Bodywork John!

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few more progress photos........thanks.

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a picture is worth a thousand words.

thanks for posting these.

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John... this body is sure shaping up and looking good. this is going to be ready for paint in no time at all.

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Wonderful body work, looking forward to the next round of progress.

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Only you, John, can look at an obscure Renault and see the obscure Nash hidden within! Amazing!!!

Go, Johnny, go!!

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Hello.......thank you all for the kind comments........I really do appreciate them.........I did some more work on the front end........I made some radius rods ......modified the leaf spring and made some friction shocks...... I still need to make some friction shock anchors........I also modified some brake calipers .......I will finish up the interior tomorrow .......thanks for looking.

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John.... Those front end pieces are just awesome and look killer. Nice work bud!

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Hello.......thank you all for the kind comments........I really do appreciate them :) ......... I got the interior upholstery fitted....... and got the roof upholstery mocked-up........I will finish mock-up on the engine tomorrow........thanks for looking.

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What is that material you're using on the interior, John? It looks great!

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What is that material you're using on the interior, John? It looks great!

X2, AND DOES IT COME IN BIGGER SIZES?

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Johnny boy.... that Interior looks killer my brother!!! :wub: . I am curious as well what you used for them. Keep on truckin' with this bud!! seeing this is making me want to finish my rad rod project i started before the F/C.

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Hello........thanks guys........all I can tell you is.........for the interior I used some styrene that I had left over from a project I did a few years back.......I haven`t a clue who makes it or if it comes in different sizes?.......I do know that I bought it at a arts and crafts store called "Kit Kraft".......I think it is used for miniature train buildings.........next time I visit them.......I will find out who makes it and what sizes it comes in.............at the time I though it would work for interior work..........I need to get some more.......... thanks.

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