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Username Post: chop top party        (Topic#138)
buggmann 
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Posts: 20
buggmann
Registered on 08-07-09
08-22-09 05:33 PM - Post#254    


my name is buggmann and my friend deadbodyman
and i need some help doing a chop top on my 1953 Chevy 210 4 door but here is the deal i have no money to pay for some one to do this but we were
thinking if we made this a cook out also we could get some Hotroders together have some fun and make some new friend's i live in Corneila ga if you live around were i'm at and would like to help out and get some good eats let me or deadbodyman know

THANKS BUGGMANN--AND--DEADBODYMA N

Edited by buggmann on 08-22-09 05:33 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.







 
Todd Wallace 
Administrator
Posts: 258
Todd Wallace
Loc: Colleyville
Registered on 02-10-09
08-22-09 07:31 PM - Post#255    

    In response to buggmann

Wish you were closer and I would be there!!! I always like helping out a fellow rodder.


Todd







 
Thorkle Rod 
goober
Posts: 63
Thorkle Rod
Loc: Arlington, TexASS
Registered on 07-27-09
09-02-09 08:23 PM - Post#277    

    In response to Todd Wallace

Did you ever get the top chopped on that Chevy?







 
buggmann 
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Posts: 20
buggmann
Registered on 08-07-09
09-02-09 09:39 PM - Post#279    

    In response to Thorkle Rod

i have not started on it yet
i can't get any help yet so i
was working on getting it running
right i will start the chop as soon
as i get the help i need i will let
yall know

buggmann








 
rmousir 
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Posts: 11
rmousir
Registered on 09-11-09
09-14-09 08:23 AM - Post#292    

    In response to buggmann

although I have never done it, I would think that you would only need 1 or 2 extra sets of hands or you could rig up a hanger to handle the weight if you have a garage.

I thought about chopping my mustang, but no decisions have been made yet. How low are you going to go?

Do you have a plan on how you are going to do it yet?
rmousir
1966 Mustang
Check out my site: Budget Restomod








 
buggmann 
newbie
Posts: 20
buggmann
Registered on 08-07-09
09-29-09 12:27 AM - Post#313    

    In response to rmousir

i have not done it yet and i was looking at
about a 5 inch chop







 
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