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Moparfanforever

WOW !!! Love it !!!

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ebinmaine

Quite a machine sir.

 

Love to see a video of it sometime...

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Chris G

Very Nice!

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AMC RULES

Interesting build, where is that exhaust exiting? 

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BHunter

Cool looking machine. I like it a lot. 

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jabelman

something different it looks very cool, my only constructive criticism would be the wrenches for used for the foot rests I would have matched the color/patina of the the others, and the air filter style looks out of place

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Pullstart
11 minutes ago, AMC RULES said:

Interesting build, where is that exhaust exiting? 

 

Looks like a hood stack!  I love it Barry!  Hope to see it in June?

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LengerichKA88

I’d be seen on it! Haha. Really cool build! 

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dells68

@Bear G that thing looks terrible!  You surely don’t want to be seen on that one.  Tell you what, how about a couple of us ole VA boys come and take it off of your hands?  That way you won’t have to worry about looking too cool cruising it😂!  Seriously, fantastic build!  I love the stance!

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formariz

Pretty cool. Can we see photos of the others also?

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Tractorhead

Like you idea with the wrench applications.

nice theme build ! 👍

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Achto

Awesome build!!! :notworthy:

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WHX??
46 minutes ago, Tractorhead said:

idea with the wrench applications

:text-yeahthat:Good way to repurpose those blade wrenches. Nice ... thanks for sharing!

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953 nut

:text-coolphotos:

Barry, that is a cool rat rod, looks like you have quite a collection there. Love to see a photo spread of all of them some day!

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Bear G
On 1/26/2019 at 10:08 AM, AMC RULES said:

Interesting build, where is that exhaust exiting? 

Out the top of the hood.

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