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Old 11-10-2011, 04:05 PM
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Top chop ´65

friends I show the process that we chopped
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And I very very happy

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Old 11-10-2011, 04:14 PM
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awesome job! chop top not my thing but very clean work.
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friends I show the process that we chopped
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Awesome! Do you have some pics showing the whole truck after the chop? By the way my wife says the mirrors have to go! How much did you take out of it? I have never seen that bed as separate from the cab. Everytime I have seen that bed it is a unibody. Did you do that or am I so uninformed?
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I like the fact you used lead to fill insted of Bondo....

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Good job on the chop. How much did you take out?
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Excellent job! Looks great.
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south america did come this model of truck. Did Not come unibody. the bed is separate of cab.

the windshield glass is craftsman. did building at size.

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the chop is 10 cm (I think it is 4´ in)
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more photos

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was this is the work very very difficult. is did building 7 glass until well.

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windshield wipers

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Very well done. Excellent work.
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SWEET! I like the 65 grill, I never knew that they made a split uni?...looks cool tho!
Keep up the pic's, Thanks!
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Very Nice work. Great to show why the slicks are such a hard vehicle to chop.

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I'm thinking that's just a South American thing
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Looks great. How did you match the body lines for the rear window and front windshield. The taper in the back usually needs to be sliced and spread to match the rear window channel. the front pillar also tapers as it goes up. Did you add metal to build them up?

What do you do with the gap between the windshield and the door when it is closed? Is it just missing door rubber?

I am not knocking the work by any means. My uncle and I chopped one years back and used two roofs to make the gaps smaller and easier to weld. We did it in 4 sections just as you. It really does look good though.
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