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ChoppedChevy

 
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Edited: 6/26/2009 4:08:02 PM by ChoppedChevy My '69 Chevy Project.   The Beginning... 2 1/2" chop top...not too much because it's going to be sectioned.  I stretched the roof instead of leaning the windshield...  




Randy Johnson

 
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cool chop!
ChoppedChevy

 
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Thanks,   not to bad for a 15 year old eh? 
Nathan Roberts

 
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Judging from the rendering it looks like its going to be doored also?
nick mackey

 
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Looking good

ChoppedChevy

 
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Thanks,   Yeah it's gonna have a full tube chassis, IRS, Sectioned body, and laying doors. If your gonna cut it up might as well go all the way! 
laylo4ever

 
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Right on...have you seen the 67 C-10 Iaccino Fabrication and Customs Chopped, Sectioned, and Doored?  I will try to find a pic.  I like your start!
Nathan Roberts

 
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Posted 6/27/2009 via Website

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^Thats Chris's truck he has an account on here his name is lowestsixty7.
ChoppedChevy

 
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yeah Ive seen his truck before its pretty sick.   He didn't lean the window either... Thats the way it should be. I saw a '67 with a leaned window chop and it looked disgusting.   anyway, right now im currently smoothing out the firewall, and cleaning the frame for a stockfloor b/d. 
Cary Iaccino

 
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Posted 7/24/2009 via Website

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 Here is a picture fixing a fuel line that for some reason burst on the new fuel pump that had been installed.Never fails coming down the home stretch.Check out Iaccino Fabrication & Customs on Facebook for some video of it driving around.I believe Chris has also posted the video on YouTube. Your truck is looking good.  Keep working at it.

520sgoofyO

 
Joined: 7/14/2009
Posted 7/30/2009 via Website

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how much do you have left
Jonathon Corona

 
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---------------------------------------------Originally posted by ifcustoms Here is a picture fixing a fuel line that for some reason burst on the new fuel pump that had been installed.Never fails coming down the home stretch.Check out Iaccino Fabrication & Customs on Facebook for some video of it driving around.I believe Chris has also posted the video on YouTube. Your truck is looking good.  Keep working at it.---------------------------------------------More pics. on this truck please

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