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General Discussions / Re: My Car on a 3 x 5 rug
« Last post by Perk2 on Yesterday at 11:26:02 PM »
VERY cool!!! :-)
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General Discussions / Re: Carl's 61 Fleetwood
« Last post by Clewisiii on Yesterday at 08:47:29 PM »
How Much
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General Discussions / Re: Carl's 61 Fleetwood
« Last post by Jeffrey A. Rogers on Yesterday at 07:36:16 PM »
I just got back from the tool store, bought my self a sheet metal break!  :)


Just for inspiration. :)
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General Discussions / Re: My Car on a 3 x 5 rug
« Last post by Chris_Oz on Yesterday at 07:23:20 PM »
That is too nice to walk on.

I have large format print adds from Life Magazine framed on my walls for the 3 I own, but the floor runner is a whole new level.

Very nice.
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General Discussions / My Car on a 3 x 5 rug
« Last post by StevenTuck on Yesterday at 06:48:20 PM »
Here is my 1962 Eldorado on a 3 x 5 rug. My husband had it printed using my artwork for Christmas. It's at the entrance to my office.
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General Discussions / Re: Car Safety
« Last post by screamer on Yesterday at 02:40:15 PM »
Crumple zones make cars safer but how about just driving sensibly in the first place. lol.
There is a video on You tube with a 62 Cadillac and a "modern" Cadillac having a head on crash.
i think it has been posted before...
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General Discussions / Re: Carl's 61 Fleetwood
« Last post by Clewisiii on Yesterday at 01:38:33 PM »
It is my car, and it is my pride.  But every once in a while I have to tell myself it is just a 4 door.
It is a good first time practice car.  Because I would like to do this again.
But my efforts will never be "worth it"  it is just something I want to do.

I give my friends the example of skiing.  They spend lots of money on it but is it worth it?
It is money thrown at a hobby just the same.
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General Discussions / Re: Carl's 61 Fleetwood
« Last post by Jeffrey A. Rogers on Yesterday at 01:05:45 PM »
If I can do it, so can you.

Your friend,

Jeff Rogers
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General Discussions / Re: Mr. Rogers 62
« Last post by Jeffrey A. Rogers on Yesterday at 01:02:46 PM »
Rocker Panel Front Tip Pattern

Pretty rough, but if you print these on 11X17 paper, you've got a great start.  Remember, this pattern is for the passenger side.

Jeff
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General Discussions / Re: Mr. Rogers 62
« Last post by Jeffrey A. Rogers on January 17, 2018, 09:21:13 PM »
Worked really hard, cut out the last bit of rust, and landed the rear quarters, A pillars, and window frame onto the fire wall and floor of the sedan.  Ive waited a couple years to do this.
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