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Since we have so many fabricators on this site, I thought I'd share this one. I'm really starting to get an itch to really put together something really wild. I have had a design for another really wild GT idea for a few years now. I'd really like to see it on the road some day.

Whoa, that's a lot of "really"s in this post. Anyways, enjoy. It's not Opel, but it is automotive. And a cool auto at that.

http://members.aol.com/COUPECHUCK/index.htm
 

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That has to be one of the most awe-inspiring reproductions I have ever seen.
I've just read the whole site from cover to cover and I think I'll go back and read it again :D
 

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azzi said:
That has to be one of the most awe-inspiring restorations I have ever seen.
I've just read the whole site from cover to cover and I think I'll go back and read it again :D
It's not a restoration. It's a fabrication from scratch.
 

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hehe, Spot the typo !

Changed to REPRODUCTION now.

Its still bloody nice !
 

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have to agree with whats said about an insperation
used to have the use of an english wheel and must say it was the best thing since sliced bread
took no time at all to do straight and compound curves and was the best at aligning parts when you make a replacement panel from scratch
 

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English Wheel... Hadn't heard of one of those in ages. Do you still have the use of your thumbs? Those things could be quite brutal.
 

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Scott McDonald said:
English Wheel... Hadn't heard of one of those in ages. Do you still have the use of your thumbs? Those things could be quite brutal.
yes but they are 6 inches across now :D
 
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