Chopping a Top - Project Pilehouse DIY Top Chop Pt.1 at Eastwood
Learn techniques for chopping a top in part 1 of 3 of chopping the top on
this '50 Dodge pickup. Get tips while Matt cuts the roof off his pickup,
lowers it a few inches and re-attaches it for a cooler appearance.
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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.
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Modificação da Renault 4L
aplicação de tração 4x4
1950 mercury chop top
As the video states ,I was in the process of chopping the top, when I
decided I was far enough along, with enough tack welds on the roof to
enable me cruise around the block a few times without a windsheild.
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-this car has been "sectioned 2 inches"
-full custom frame all the way back
- `91 caprice front clip
-full airride suspension,1/2 inch valves,and oasis compressor
-motor is a 98 305 w/ vortec heads adapted with a "tunned port injection"
-custom built headders
-twin turbos are t3/t4 hybrids with Intercoolers and custom pipeing
- megasquirt programable computer runs the car
-rocker pannels have been cut off to make the car probably the world`s
-front fenders were hand built to accept CLK mercedes benz headlights
-custom H.R. Geiger inspired metal dash
to see vehicle construction photos go to www.ifcustom.com under "shop
projects" then "fonze's `50 merc"