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1971 Chevy impala demo car
Topic Started: May 3 2013, 01:44 AM (740 Views)
greatsack69
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1971 chevy impala quick build.
frame swap and minimal scratch work


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B) :))) :))) :)))
RON ROYSTON
"FLAT HEADS & INLINERS FOREVER""
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:))) fbr fbr fbr
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Looks brand new to me!!! :lol: maddr
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Glad you guys like it.
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fbr :))) :)))
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If you don'tind me asking how did you make the dents? .?.
I have wondered what it is like to be normal.
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i use a adjustable flame lighter on low and use my fingers mostly. it hurts but will achieve the best results. biggest thing is to have the tub tacked in place so the body dont warp and heat small areas at once.
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That is so ugly in a beautiful sort of way. Fantastic work and great weathering. Got to love it, that is the best way to treat a Chevy - beat it till it quits. devil
I build models because GOD allows me to and because I can't afford the real thing!!
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Now that's a warrior looking thing if I ever saw one! A lot of really nice techniques here. Terrific car! - David
"Some assembly required"
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Thank ya sir.
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Thank you for explaining how you made the dents. :)))
I have wondered what it is like to be normal.
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NP bud.
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