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ENNISMORE, ONT

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I just had to pass this one on to all the fellow rust lovers!

 

I love where this is goin!  Would love to see it finished! 

 

Whadya think?

http://www.kijiji.ca/v-classic-cars/trenton-on/rat-rod/1123404014?enableSearchNavigationFlag=true

 



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BELLEVILLE, ONT

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Cobbled up mess, I couldn't not imagine trying to drive that with those windows.


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ST MARYS, ONTARIO

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Hey Mike..What about putting your signature on the safety for it..confuse Don't think I would put my name on that..I can imagine trying to do a lane change on the 401 going through pig town..then of course yah could get lucky and pick off a few of them Islamist coming your way that could cut down on taxes..that would be a good thing..biggrin



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Top chop is cartoonish, some interesting body mods though but the hard part would be glass for it .Loosing the roof entirely might help but I think I would take a pass on it unless you have deep pockets. Ed

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I wonder if "1984 Camaro frame" is accurate. If it is, does that mean they used the entire Camaro floor pan with those massive front struts?  Last I checked, a 1984 Camaro never really had a "frame" that could be separated from the floor pan.






-- Edited by chips on Saturday 5th of December 2015 04:30:34 PM

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