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Awesome work, love the hidden tag mount!

Thanks man, ive been wanting to do it on a build for a while now n felt this was the perfect project for it

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Thats a lot of work ,but its looken very cool,carn't wait to see more..Top job.

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Diggin' the suicide hood. Got some Buick hinges to do the same on my 1:1.

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Always love (luv?) your builds, this one is no different.

Had my eye on a luv on ebay back in the day, you made me regret not nabbing it now.

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great job, just started looking at this. love the time and effort, it's really paying off. one thing if I may ( and maybe I missed this somewhere in the posts ) but I would either shave the door handles or cut them out and put them on the other side (yea, just remove them for a smoother look) because of the suicide doors. I have never seen suicide doors with the handle in the normal location.

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Al, knowing Ben's abilities, don't be surprised if he comes up with some concoction to make the stock locations actually function and pop the doors open. :lol: If you wanna see what I mean, look up his Blazer and you'll see what he can churn out. It blows my mind how people can build on this level. :huh:

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What's going in it, 383,, flat six, stock LUV hamster?..

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great job, just started looking at this. love the time and effort, it's really paying off. one thing if I may ( and maybe I missed this somewhere in the posts ) but I would either shave the door handles or cut them out and put them on the other side (yea, just remove them for a smoother look) because of the suicide doors. I have never seen suicide doors with the handle in the normal location.

Thanks man.....about the handles they wull get shaved just havent got back to filling them in yet

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Al, knowing Ben's abilities, don't be surprised if he comes up with some concoction to make the stock locations actually function and pop the doors open. :lol: If you wanna see what I mean, look up his Blazer and you'll see what he can churn out. It blows my mind how people can build on this level. :huh:

Thanks bro appreciate the kind words

What's going in it, 383,, flat six, stock LUV hamster?..

Hmmmmm.......

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Those tubular control arms look exactly like the 1:1s you see on full custom frames at truck shows. :o

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Those arms are a work of art.

This a killer build.

bobthehobbyguy

Thank you very much

ls1 or ls4 out of a chevy covette

No something a lot cooler

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Those tubular control arms look exactly like the 1:1s you see on full custom frames at truck shows. :o

Thanks bro that is the plan (full show treatment)

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Al, knowing Ben's abilities, don't be surprised if he comes up with some concoction to make the stock locations actually function and pop the doors open. :lol: If you wanna see what I mean, look up his Blazer and you'll see what he can churn out. It blows my mind how people can build on this level. :huh:

thanks for the head up. and yes, I am a virgin when it comes to seeing Bens work and I see what you mean. looks like I spoke out of turn. I will have to look up your blazer build Ben, my apologies.

and let me say this, I am by no means a low rider fan, 1:1 or models.... don't hated them at all, just would walk past them at shows... but this build drew me in. opened up my eyes a little, just a little though, goes to show, you don't have to be a fan of a style of car to really appreciate the effort and talent it takes to build one. I am learning a lot and can adapt some of your building skills to my pro streeters.... what? pro street, I thought that was dead!!

beautiful build young man and I will be watching. may have some questions too, if you don't mind.

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thanks for the head up. and yes, I am a virgin when it comes to seeing Bens work and I see what you mean. looks like I spoke out of turn. I will have to look up your blazer build Ben, my apologies.

and let me say this, I am by no means a low rider fan, 1:1 or models.... don't hated them at all, just would walk past them at shows... but this build drew me in. opened up my eyes a little, just a little though, goes to show, you don't have to be a fan of a style of car to really appreciate the effort and talent it takes to build one. I am learning a lot and can adapt some of your building skills to my pro streeters.... what? pro street, I thought that was dead!!

beautiful build young man and I will be watching. may have some questions too, if you don't mind.

No worries bro,no need to apoligize i dont mind at all ;) if i can get ur eyes to open up about these trucks n the enginnering that it takes to build one then ive already acomplished my goal:) if u have questions feel free to pm me anytime n ill help out the best i can......btw i love pro street !!!!

This is looking awesome

Thank you

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