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jboymechanic
Posted 2019-01-18 8:40 PM (#577013 - in reply to #572303)
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Here is a link to a video where CWM save a ratty '57 Plaza from the crusher. Part 1 of 3

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gdLgzZvF8qU
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mikes2nd
Posted 2019-01-18 8:41 PM (#577014 - in reply to #572303)
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What oh he only destroys sedans!!!... That must be a fake video!
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jboymechanic
Posted 2019-01-18 8:46 PM (#577017 - in reply to #572303)
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Saved a 1959 Canadian Dodge 4 door sedan. Part 1

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-aU5LJ6Z8j4
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jboymechanic
Posted 2019-01-18 8:53 PM (#577018 - in reply to #572303)
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1957 Dodge sedan saved.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wtsh-9GYrIo
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jboymechanic
Posted 2019-01-18 8:55 PM (#577020 - in reply to #572303)
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Here is an older project where he used two really rough mopars to make one.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JbWWWnPQ0AA
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jboymechanic
Posted 2019-01-18 8:59 PM (#577021 - in reply to #572303)
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And a pair of 1955 Dodge coupes. I wish I could just do what this guy does all day every day!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bxjZuCVCnD0
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1955Coronado
Posted 2019-02-13 5:49 AM (#578134 - in reply to #572303)
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At long last - part 9 in the 1960 Plymouth Fury 2-door hardtop series.

I've yet to watch it but, from the video description, "This time: Repairing the carburetor, building new brake lines, tuning up the distributor, and fabricating rust repair panels for the drivers side quarter panel."

Nearly 50 minutes long, this episode :

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mikes2nd
Posted 2019-02-13 9:11 AM (#578136 - in reply to #572303)
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that's a ton of metal work... tons and tons He is pretty good at it.
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Apollo 61
Posted 2019-02-13 11:34 AM (#578144 - in reply to #578136)
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Nice work just using hand tools.

I just showed this Cold War vid to a freind of mine who does master fabrication work. This spring were going to attempt some 61 Fury patch panels. He has all the proper metal working machines to do it. He builds from scratch custom tear drop trailers,rat rods,gassers. Here is a sample of his work on a Nomad gasser. https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=1hek909&qft=+filterui%3auserpag...

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mikes2nd
Posted 2019-02-13 1:39 PM (#578158 - in reply to #572303)
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building chevys? Just go out and buy some crappy Taiwan stampings... stick em on...

rat rods are quicky builds... slap em together and go. Hell they want dents and rust
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Apollo 61
Posted 2019-02-13 2:39 PM (#578163 - in reply to #578158)
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mikes2nd - 2019-02-13 1:39 PM

building chevys? Just go out and buy some crappy Taiwan stampings... stick em on...

rat rods are quicky builds... slap em together and go. Hell they want dents and rust :)


I tend to admire people who have fabrication skills that I do not YET have. I didn't post that video to highlight 55 Chevys or rat rods. Just the fabrication skills it takes to make such a car. To be able to cut the frame and make a precision custom straight axle front end. (With disc brakes) The tilt front end in this vid is all metal,sturdy,precision, with factory door gaps. It goes together like a snipers rifle. https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=55+chevy+tilt+front+end&&view=d...

I will post a vid of the 61 ply panels when there done and they can be criticized then. Unless there's a aftermarket source for 61 Plymouth that I don't know about?
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1955Coronado
Posted 2019-03-13 5:56 PM (#579296 - in reply to #572303)
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*Finally* - part 10 is up. From the video description:

"We're back with more of our 1960 Plymouth Fury Daily Driver Project! Before I can finish the restoration of the bodywork, I decided to rebuild all of the brakes and rear axle seals while it was in the garage waiting its turn for welding."

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1955Coronado
Posted 2019-03-22 1:57 AM (#579698 - in reply to #572303)
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In successive weeks for the first time in a while - part 11.

Just starting to watch it - from the video description:

"Hi guys! We're back with more 1960 Fury Project! This time we'll start on the welding to repair the rust in the door jamb, and fit the door to the 1/4 panel a bit better, as well as get going on the light collision damage to the yellow 1/4..."

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