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Post by cornfield customs on October 23rd 2010, 1:26 am

i have been working on this car for a while and got it all done up to the point the customer wants. 27 model t roadster, sbc, 700r4, banjo rear end, 3 in drop tube axle, custom nose, custom hood, custom side panels, tons of other stuff...... enjoy the pics, especially reb









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Post by jbs10 on October 23rd 2010, 1:37 am

you got some cool stuff up thir... cyclops
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Post by RebStew on October 23rd 2010, 9:29 am

Looks great Mike.
There are alot of small stuff that most wouldn't catch on this one. The grille shell, hood and sides are all formed in house by Mike. The nose itself is a work of art, welded together with all kinds of stuff to get the shape. Bulges, louvers and more throughout the car. Reversed firewall. One thing I really liked is the headlight buckets, which are not pictured. Mike has a way to put or use stuff on a rod that just works. It's an art form.
This is the first car I seen when I started following Mike's builds. It's been a while since I've seen it. He has a little bit of his soul in this one I think. It's hard to work on other people stuff and do that at times.
Is he taking it home? I wish I could see you finish this one up if he'd let ya.

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Post by cornfield customs on October 23rd 2010, 2:28 pm

he gripes about paying me and taking to long to make it look good in black paint so he is taking to some one else to finish it out. he is willing to pay some one else more per hour than i charge so i just think he is an (BEEP)... i am torn about the car, i would love to finish it out but i am glad i will have this customer out of my hair

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Post by LRS30 on October 23rd 2010, 5:42 pm

cornfield customs wrote:he gripes about paying me and taking to long to make it look good in black paint so he is taking to some one else to finish it out. he is willing to pay some one else more per hour than i charge so i just think he is an (BEEP)... i am torn about the car, i would love to finish it out but i am glad i will have this customer out of my hair


Stuff like that makes my head spin, sometimes its better to just let projects like that roll off into the sunset, instead of dealing with an asshat like that.. Nice job...
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