Project 55 Pro Stocker!!.wmv
What's up guy's..here is a look at my new project my 1955 chevy prostocker..A kit that my brother "CT" give me for X-mas..It's 90% done!!!
Chopping a Top - Project Pilehouse DIY Top Chop Pt.1 at Eastwood
BUY a MIG 175 Welder: http://www.eastwood.com/mig-welders-175-amp-mig-welder-w-spool-gun.html
BUY a TIG 200 Welder: http://www.eastwood.com/tig-welders-eastwood-tig-ac-dc-welder.html
BUY an Eastwood 4 1/2" Angle Grinder- http://www.eastwood.com/4-1-2-electric-angle-grinder.html
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 Grinder.
For the full story and to watch for updates follow along on the blog: http://blog.eastwood.com/50-dodge-project/chopping-top-part-2/
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.
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.
Model Car Restoration Projects (time to get them done!!).wmv
MERRY XMAS!! I have so many model car restorations to finish up & here I add two more to the pile...lol!! They all just needed to be built the right way. Gonna be busy with these projects for a while, but I to get them outta the way before I finish any more custom car projects. Enjoy & thank you all for watching, peace!!
Model Car By Gerald Wingrove
Gerald Wingrove devoted seventeen years of his life to the business of light engineering as a center (centre) lathe turner. Seeing no future in that vocation, he decided to turn his hobby as a model engineer into his full-time job and went to work as a freelance designer and patternmaker for film, TV, jewelry and toy companies. He did work for companies like Meccano (Dinky Toys), Mettoy Playcraft (Corgi Toys) and others. In 1967 he received a commission from Lord Montagu of Bealieu to build a series of fine detailed scale models for the National Motor Museum at Beaulieu in the south of England. Other similar work followed as collectors became aware of the quality of his work, and he soon found himself being invited to visit some of the best private car collections in Europe and the USA to document and reproduce in miniature some of these elegant works of "rolling sculpture".
Fritz Schenck of "Spritz By Fritz" does a chop top. For more information or to get Fritz to do a chop, custom build, restoration or custom paint contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org for Spritz By Fritz merchandise http://spritzbyfritz.bigcartel.com/