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WOW! I just paged through all 26 pages of this thread and I am stunned! The models in this thread are absolute works of art. I cannot believe how fast you move from project to project! ;) I'm gonna be keeping a close on this thread from now on!

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Hello there fellow...

Yeah, me too, I've been crawling through all these 26 pages right now, in past 2 hours... I have seen various tricks and tips and hints those I'm gonna use on some of my projects asap. :angry: Thank You. :angry: And that line the thread begun, showed me the right way... Oh, how much I hope You'll get back on the right lane again... :rolleyes: To the old school lowriders, hehh. :lol:

That's the way it should be...

Here's one of my old projects as well, these are what I do love to build and have...

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Keep up the good work, loved the stuff You have there..!

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thanks for the comments fellas..... i am very guilty of jumpin on a new project before finishing another.... must have a hundred incompletes..... and as far as "gettin in the right lane" goes... i'll always do my lowriders... :D

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thanks for the comments fellas..... i am very guilty of jumpin on a new project before finishing another.... must have a hundred incompletes..... and as far as "gettin in the right lane" goes... i'll always do my lowriders... :D

Hey Oldskoo, what do you use for your air bag suspension? Do you scratch build those or buy them aftermarket?

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must have a hundred incompletes..... and as far as "gettin in the right lane" goes... i'll always do my lowriders... :)

Hehh, same with me, "wip"s on all the shelves here...

I saw some photos of something that I didn't consider ol' skool lowriders, some too new body types and some off-road cars... That's why I was worried about. :huh:

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what hapen to ur jack up chevy truck the boggers on the jeep needs on the on that truck

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did a wetsand and wax job on my 80 el camino.... gonna call her done.... its gonna be under glass ;)

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Whats you final wetsand grit?

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awsome thread !! loved going trough all the pages , you inspired me :) i'm def. going to look for super thin tape now .. in the future i want to so the later customs and well.......:)

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