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I've long had the idea of building a '37 Ford pickup hot rod using the fenders and front end from a '37 Deluxe. To that end...

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The fender unit is of course from the long-lived Monogram street rod kit, and the cab used to be a Jimmy Flintstone Sedan Delivery. Eventually a '40 bed will be parked behind it.

Will I finish it? Or will the project crash and burn? As always, you'll know when I know...

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Chuck, you amaze me sometimes . I think you should have studied at Art Center in Los Angles ...................

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Is this what you're shootin' for Chuck?

This was at the local show last weekend (photo courtesy of member Doug H.(DSHWoodworks))

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I like this idea. This is going to be a good one.

I'm looking forward to this.

Later-

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Great concept! That orange one is most excellent!

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Is this what you're shootin' for Chuck?

More or less, but more traditional in style. Or I might go rat rod with it. Not really sure what I'll do with it for now.

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I like this idea also. I've seen pictures of the orange one before, somewhere. The upper rear corner of the door bothers me. It should have been rounded to follow the curvature of the window opening, in my opinion.

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I like this idea also. I've seen pictures of the orange one before, somewhere. The upper rear corner of the door bothers me. It should have been rounded to follow the curvature of the window opening, in my opinion.

Yeah- I'm planning on addressing that. I think it should be rounded, like the stock pickup cab doors were.

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