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Another one for slaughter..
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Diesel45
Posted 2014-08-07 12:39 PM (#451932)
Subject: Another one for slaughter..



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It's been a bad year for Hudsons here in Limeyland...Same old scenario, matey wants it chopped and lowered...OK, I've got my conductors baton ready, so all the usual cliché's I will now
Orchestrate to get you all in unison...OK you all know the words, so ready.....123...It's HIS car, so HE can do whatever HE likes with it, it's HIS decision, and it's what HE likes.....

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60 dart
Posted 2014-08-07 3:14 PM (#451939 - in reply to #451932)
Subject: Re: Another one for slaughter..



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lowered , i can see but chop . it aint gonna look very good . it's already near disproportionate , cab versus body . a friend once chopped and sectioned a 53 international , wild 60's style paint , even
stacks on a 68 buick frame for his daughter . it turned out super nice and very impressive but this one i'm thinkin has good dimensions the way it is . i just aint seein a good chop ---------------------------------later

ps. his other hot rod is a 24 dodge bucket .

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flattie45
Posted 2014-08-07 3:55 PM (#451941 - in reply to #451932)
Subject: Re: Another one for slaughter..


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Looks perfect as is to me......
Shame to waste a good truck.
I'm with Chuck, no chop needed with the rest of it so long.
Takes all sorts.
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mstrug
Posted 2014-08-07 6:34 PM (#451962 - in reply to #451932)
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NNNNNNNOOOOOO! Maybe a little off of the top and rounded. but no CHOP! Marc.
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KcImperial
Posted 2014-08-08 12:28 AM (#452036 - in reply to #451932)
Subject: RE: Another one for slaughter..



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slammed to the ground - definitely!
chopped top - needs the bed sectioned too





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LD3 Greg
Posted 2014-08-08 12:53 AM (#452041 - in reply to #452036)
Subject: RE: Another one for slaughter..


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"HE" should restore as is!!!
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60 dart
Posted 2014-08-08 4:07 AM (#452051 - in reply to #451932)
Subject: Re: Another one for slaughter..



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the way it is , it looks long and sleek . if the bed were sectioned it would look like a semi with a half ton bed . so section it all , slam it , leave the roof line as is --------------------------------------later
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Diesel45
Posted 2014-08-08 12:03 PM (#452095 - in reply to #452051)
Subject: Re: Another one for slaughter..



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I've got to take this Hudson to the chassis man in Oxford next week, the body floor, and rear part of the chassis is VERY rusty, as is the cab floor, but the cab itself is pretty well surface rust and basically will just need obvious welding and re-aligning work but perfectly saveable.....Matey has big plans for this rare bird, and he's got the money to do it !!
But,I just wish he would ditch the chop and lower idea and get it restored back to original spec....PS. The shop fired up the Hudson's Chevvy stove today, runs great, and sounds awesome....
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