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  1. Next will be disc brakes. Kids!!
  2. Jeepers, now I see it. Almost looked like a reflection in the pictures, good choice.
  3. Rich, that looks perfect. Can't speak for Ron but you did good on the screws, not like the screw butcher. The color green looks perfect for this car. Will it get pin striped and if so what color. I think a mint green would look good. Back to the dash plaques that were brass. MANY years ago someone gave the process on here how that is done. It is acid etched. I am sure with some research on the web it cold be found.
  4. Thanks John, so what is a bonnet other then the head covering the Amish ladies wear? I agree with guards, never did understand fenders. They are guitars. Why can't we all speak the same language?
  5. Don't build him up too much, Ron. His head won't fit under that chopped roof. Or is it bonnet?
  6. Not only does Matt do his own plating he molds his own tires too.
  7. Ron, I would never tell. Only thing I do is lay something down when the phone rings. And then I forget what I am searching for after the call.
  8. OUCH! No laughing Ron. Matt, you do realize you didn't have to tell us that? Or you could have just said you were practicing. Or that you intend to buy another Victory. You secret is safe with me. Did you see that, Ted??
  9. AT least we agree it's a fender. Or a guard. Or a wing.
  10. Hey Ron, why didn't you say it MIGHT be '27-'28 fast four too?
  11. Oops, I guess I forgot about Seniors, but no one has any of those.
  12. IF DB it would have come from a Standard, only made in 1928. Not many in the club, Tom and Cindy Myers have a coupe.
  13. Another thing that will help with thin metal is to put clamp a piece of copper, maybe 1/4 inch thick, to back of weld. It will suck out the extra heat as Matt talked of. It will also keep your gas from escaping through the crack.
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