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#26 2013-10-26 4:31pm

eric12
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Re: Homemade Trick Star tribute

BMX KYLE wrote:

I 'm in to see this one. Looks way cool. He better stock up on supplies to make more. I think he's going to have a lot of museum member orders.cool

Yep. Your PM is probably getting blown up right now. big_smile


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#27 2013-10-26 4:33pm

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Re: Homemade Trick Star tribute

eric12 wrote:

That is so cool. Way better than buying one. Can't wait to see it welded up. cool

Yup, I'm anxious to see the fit & finish of his weld bead pattern (finition).


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#28 2013-10-26 4:57pm

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Re: Homemade Trick Star tribute

Damn that's some clean lookin works and one sick ass Vette!!!!!!!!!!    yikes


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#29 2013-10-26 5:07pm

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Re: Homemade Trick Star tribute

He started working on the 5/8" for the loops today....

http://i1105.photobucket.com/albums/h347/JKBMX74/02186ABB-6459-4A8D-84D3-B5AB2F8AF5AA-731-0000007D034B7166_zps3b6e542e.jpg

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#30 2013-10-26 5:14pm

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Re: Homemade Trick Star tribute

All together now......
U.S.A.! U.S.A!! U.S.A!!!
Nice bend!


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#31 2013-10-26 8:21pm

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Re: Homemade Trick Star tribute

Man, that's so cool.  Wish I had the talent & equipment to fabricate a frame.  Thanks for sharing.  Cant wait to see the finished product.


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#32 2013-10-26 11:36pm

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Re: Homemade Trick Star tribute

watching this to the end


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#33 2013-10-27 6:21am

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Re: Homemade Trick Star tribute

big_smile

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#34 2013-10-27 6:38am

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Re: Homemade Trick Star tribute

Wicked bend..cool

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#35 2013-10-27 6:51am

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Re: Homemade Trick Star tribute

Threads like this inspire me to become a better Machinist and someday a decent Fabricator . This is just excellent . That 67' Vette' is rad , has your friend heard of Box Performance ? Gary build the fastest Drag Vette's around these parts . cool


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#36 2013-10-27 11:09am

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Re: Homemade Trick Star tribute

JKey wrote:

He started working on the 5/8" for the loops today....

http://i1105.photobucket.com/albums/h34 … 6e542e.jpg

What method did he use to bend the rear ?
Everyday 5/8 pipe bender or self made one?

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#37 2013-10-27 11:16am

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Re: Homemade Trick Star tribute

WOW. Just WOW!!!coolcoolcoolcool


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#38 2013-10-27 11:16am

JKey
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Re: Homemade Trick Star tribute

pipe bender with a 5/8" die

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#39 2013-10-27 11:42am

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Re: Homemade Trick Star tribute

Very cool. That's one crazy Vette too! yikes


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#40 2013-10-27 12:36pm

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Re: Homemade Trick Star tribute

can't wait to see finished product  big_smile


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#41 2013-10-27 12:42pm

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Re: Homemade Trick Star tribute

looking good,  how many you think your friend will do     cool

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#42 2013-10-27 12:46pm

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Re: Homemade Trick Star tribute

Subscribed to this. Looks great so far, I'm definitely down for one. I'll take the drive across 70 and help to. coolcoolcool


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#43 2013-10-27 2:07pm

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Re: Homemade Trick Star tribute

Cool project.
Very refreshing to see something being made.

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#44 2013-10-27 2:24pm

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Re: Homemade Trick Star tribute

Cool. Very cool. cool

I wonder if this'll get sold as a genuine Hutch at some point years down the road...not by you but if it ever changes hands etc.

Last edited by Kurt_Rad (2013-10-27 2:25pm)


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#45 2013-10-27 2:40pm

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Re: Homemade Trick Star tribute

As a non serial Hutch!   lol


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#46 2013-10-27 2:56pm

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Re: Homemade Trick Star tribute

Looks good.


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#47 2013-10-27 3:14pm

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Re: Homemade Trick Star tribute

We have talked about that and he plans on marking or stamping it somehow so that wouldn't happen. If he was trying to pass this off as something it's not I wouldn't have started this thread, I'll probably buy this one anyway. Besides, his welding skills WAY surpass that of original Hutches lol

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#48 2013-10-27 4:04pm

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Re: Homemade Trick Star tribute

JKey wrote:

pipe bender with a 5/8" die

A regular pipe bender would kink that pipe. Had to be a mandrel bender with 5/8 die.


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#49 2013-10-27 4:21pm

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Re: Homemade Trick Star tribute

x


Having the project is what makes me happy, finishing it isn't something I think about.

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#50 2013-10-27 4:30pm

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Re: Homemade Trick Star tribute

Stamp it ** not a hutch ** lol


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