Live Rolls Royce Roof Chop - PPC Magazine
Practical Performance Car Magazine's Rolls Royce got a roof chop live at
PPC in the Park 2010. It took a lot of men, some serious angle grinding
action and quite a lot of ale - but they managed to do it in one day.
Ford Pickup 1938 Custom, Channeler, Chopper, Dropper, Leadsled scale 1/25
Wip Ford pickup Revell 1/25 scale.I wanted to make different custom ....
Here's my version I hope you understand my translation. ;-)
First step chop top 2mm. Keeping the rear window to keep a fluid line, I
often noticed a chop top on the rear window and really, it's too small ...
I add the card to plastic 2mm above the roof. I then regrooved the
entourage of the glass with my dremel gutters redone in plastic card. I
sanded all the bodywork, walking legs, wings front and rear tipper, side
gates, a large smoothing!
I then glued all the component parts of the hood. it was from that moment
that I "cut" part of the body so that the chopsticks come to the height of
I started to sculpt my wings before adding the evergrenn. My idea down the
skirt, remove the brackets and bumper and lower grille angled
I appeal to the dump, which was stuck to the car by removing spaces. I
wanted it to be wood (mahogany model ship) and head exposed screws (pin).
First stage removal of plastic, creating welcoming wood beams which, by the
way you see the hole for future wheels. Later I added the plastic card to
redo the panels of the bucket.
The wings of the bucket were lifts, walking foot elongated, the rear when
he has received letters create plastic card. The panels of the bucket were
extended to their peak for Aligned plastic card in the cab.
Then hours of sanding and finishing red, the bodywork was "Channel" to
accommodate the chassis. It has been elongated and reduced in height. Note
I cut the floor to pass the cabin. Then painted black, nothing special
The interior has been cut to reduce this height, the seat has been changed
(box a refill) and the set was painted in black, flock etc. ..
The hue and a mixture of pearl gold metallic red and purple pearl. If you
look at my
All was polyurethane varnish, no sanding no polishing was necessary. A
little bare-metal, tires modelhaus wheels (Ford 49). I used the dog dish of
37. The headlights were painted the body color, yellow bulb. For tail
lights, I removed the original media, and I create queue iron. Juice in the
shell, etc. ... feel free to post questions, and complete the WIP on my
fotki. plate holder in the bucket and the frame.
NNL East 2011 Car Model Show
This is part one of the largest model show on the east coast. It happened
to be their 25th . Sorry for some double pic's. Windows movie maker was
giving me a real hard time. If anybody knows a editing tool other than
windows, please tell me.
Chopping a Top - Project Pilehouse DIY Top Chop Pt.1 at Eastwood
BUY a MIG 175 Welder:
BUY a TIG 200 Welder:
BUY an Eastwood 4 1/2" Angle Grinder-
In this episode of Project Pilehouse, Matt begins to chop and lower the top
for a 1950 Dodge Truck using Eastwood's MIG 175, TIG 200, and Angle
For the full story and to watch for updates follow along on the blog:
Watch for the 2nd installment where Matt lengthens the top and the truck
comes one step closer to completion!
Check out other videos where we repair the doors, lengthen the bed, install
air bags and fabricate running boards.
Wrecked toy cars 1960 -1980 Scapyard Run
SEE my Cars at https://www.youtube.com/user/VintageDiecastCars
Old Toy Cars - Matchbox 1960 -1980 British Diecast Scapyard Run .
Matchbox is a popular toy brand which was introduced by Lesney Products in
1953 and is now owned by Mattel, Inc. The brand was so named as the
original die-cast Matchbox toys were sold in boxes similar in style and
size to those in which matches were sold. Subsequently the brand would
encompass a broad range of toys including larger scale die-cast models and
various non die-cast lines such as plastic model kits and action figures.
During the 1980s, Matchbox started to switch to the more conventional
plastic and cardboard "blister packs" that were used by other die cast toy
brands such as Hot Wheels. The box style packaging was re-introduced for
the collectors' market in recent years, particularly with the release of
the "35th Anniversary of Superfast" series in