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IMG_5610_zps79fc7078.jpg.b32c54b538b6ea221be78707b6effb64.jpgIMG_5597_zps557452dc.jpg.aa6eb281ff9cb13ec291925fccad61d3.jpgIMG_5565_zpsb33afd6a.jpg.f53e586d606f6b098f89f417e8b0ac06.jpg20170901_211320.thumb.jpg.8fb0a0976409e27d5fa70236f844ef17.jpg20170901_211252.thumb.jpg.3569ebcc003dbed7a58536baacc7cb0c.jpgI finish this one up. And thanks to Dave Ryberg (GoatGuy ) it sounds like it is going to be in the next issue of RATROD magazine .Thank you Dave!

 

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How do you steer the front wheels?

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That looks badass. Looks like mad maxs family car. Love the weathering looks awesome.

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Looks Great Pat!

Excellent Weathering... B)

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On 6/3/2014 at 9:52 PM, Harry P. said:

How do you steer the front wheels?

????? Not sure what you mean Harry, It does have a rear view mirror and the panel lines are weld shut.

 

 

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I'm not a Rat Rod fan, but this is very cool! You did an amazing job with the weathering, it looks very realistic to me. Great detailing, too. Very neat build, thanks for sharing.

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Different but very KOOOOL, you did a great job! :)

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How do you steer the front wheels?

I think the driver leans in the direction he wants to go. ;)

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????? Not sure what you mean Harry, It does have a rear view mirror and the panel lines are weld shut.

????? Not sure what you mean Harry, It does have a rear view mirror and the panel lines are weld shut.

I think Harry is hinting that there is no plainly evident connection between the front steering hardware to the area of the car where the steering column might connect to it. More than likely, it's just real hard to pick out due to camera angles.

I'm just guessing here.

aside from the above issue, I really like what you've done and how you did it. :)

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Cool Build !! Great weathering.

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Nice build!

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Nice Patina.

David G.

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I'm not the biggest rat-rod fan but that thing is just BAD-***!

I really dig the scoop too, very creative.

If it were done up shiny it would look like some Hot Wheels car on steroids.

Way Kool!

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That turned out really Cool. and congrats on the possible mag selection!

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I think Harry is hinting that there is no plainly evident connection between the front steering hardware to the area of the car where the steering column might connect to it. More than likely, it's just real hard to pick out due to camera angles.

I'm just guessing here.

Exactly. In the chassis shot I didn't see anything linking the front wheels to the steering wheel. Neat model, though. I like it.

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Dude this came out so AWESOME!!!!

Really nice job. You should be proud of it!

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neat

Thanks Bill.

That looks badass. Looks like mad maxs family car. Love the weathering looks awesome.

Thanks Aaron.

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rat rods aren't my thing, but this.......I like, now that's a compliment

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Wow, hope to see more posts from you!

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