1973 RS project

Discussion in 'Project Progress' started by pinhead, Dec 18, 2014.

  1. DBS

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    this is an awsome project man keep it up. i cant wait to see this thing finished.
     
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    Thank you sir. It's been a lot of fun.
     
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    all I can say is WOW!

    keep it up !
     
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    I think it is looking great. But for me I would have to get another front RS nose.
     
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    I agree the nose is a little different. I am waiting to see what it looks like when all together with the front bumpers on before making a decision.
     
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    One of a kind to see this lol very nice progress.
     
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    Did you ever have that feeling in college when after the first day of class you felt like a moron and you didn't belong there? After seeing all the ingenious ideas this cat is throwing together I feel like that at this exact moment. Great work man! Can't wait to see it completed.
     
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    It is some great engineering. And I feel stupid for saying this, but I would have (if I had even half the skills you do) cut the hood so the cowl is at the same angle as the windshield. I'm sure you thought of it before taking the airtool or sawsall to it.
     
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    Thank ya'll for the compliments.

    I cut the hood at the cowl at the same angle as it was originally so it should be good there. That being said, now I am going to have to double check the angle when I get off duty tomorrow.
     
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    This is one cool project...you have mad fab skills. Looking forward to more progress pics!!!
     

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