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Time to get the tinware painted

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I replaced a six inch square piece of the hood around the hole for the gas cap

and fabbed up two new gas tank holding straps

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using ommi paint base coat clear coat

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Buckrancher, The Wheel Horse gods are surely smiling down on you!

That steering wheel!!! What amazing attention to details!

All the parts and peices, the engine and tins!

The Chinese could not reverse engineer any thing at this level of craftsmanship!

Your know how, skills and attention to details and your posts at Red Square!

If may speak for all of us... Thank You! for what you have done... SHARE!

You must have a bizllion man hours into your RJ!

:D HORSEFEATHERS!

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There's no point in me giving him nice comments here because I will be dragging him back when he's trying to walk away and giving him more nice comments on this beaut at the show :D:USA:

Seriously NICE JOB!!!

Charlie

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Why do I get the feeling that Brian's tent will be a busy place for a few days. :D

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From what I've seen so far, this should be on the cover, and a feature story, of LAGC Magazine. Uncle Bill...... make it happen.

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Here's the throttle assembly I made. The lower piece is machined out of a solid

block of stainless the lever was cut out of a piece of 14ga stainless and

hand shaped

I also made a mold and poured a new resin handle on the lever the resin

hardens in a off white color kinda like the original

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I added some detail too the rear hubs before installing the rear wheels

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Brain,what a dandy build!,something for sure to be proud of :thumbs: Rick

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Looking forward to seeing this one at the show. What a cool project with excellent craftsmanship. Nice work Brian

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THANK YOU

EVERYONE FOR YOUR COMMENTS :thumbs:

this project been alot of work I'm glad it's finnally over I need to finish a

414-8 that is half done that I started before the 854 rebuild

I should have the last picture's posted before the end of the weekend

looking forward to meeting alot of you at the :wh: show next week

:D:D:thanks:

BRIAN

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well here they are the finished pictures vinylguy(Terry) did the custom decals

which look great :thumbs:(thank you)

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Rims and seat were powder coated all the tinware was painted with ommi

base coat clear coat The engine block and center of the transmission & pulleys was painted with vaslpar IH red (restoration)

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Hope those of you who will be at the :D show stop in for a closer look and chat a while

Brian

:D

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Phenomenal! :D:thumbs: And once again, Terry comes through with some amazing decals that touch off the project!

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Boy oh Boy that looks even better than I had imagined.Well you really did something to be proud of. Its .....indescribable.

I only have one question now... what are you going to do to top this? I cant even imagine that it can be done, but if anyone can it will be you! Do you have any good sourcres for carbon fiber??? Just kidding :D If I owned a hat it would be off to you.

Thanks for letting all of us tag along with you on your journey building this. :thumbs:

John

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Brian,

Surely you'll get to cut the grass in heaven.

Tom in RI

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WOW Brian...Incredible... :thumbs:

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Cecil needs to see this one. :D:thumbs:

I think he'd appreciate it! :D

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That is fantastic! I too, am speechless.

I wish my resto would end up 1% as good as that.

I am dissapointed you didnt fit Delorian gullwing doors though.................and no flux capacitor......!

:thumbs:

10 out of 10.

Simon

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......and no flux capacitor......!

Oh, that's probably hiding in the tool box!

One amazing tractor, for sure!

Duff :thumbs:

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Another reason I am going to be depressed this coming weekend! I sure would love to see this one in person. What a talent you have!

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