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Continuing with the creation of the Hot Rod grill

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I put it on your site, to see how it would look.

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I remove the hard disk support.

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The side

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:scratch: I don`t like it, needs to another change. :sign7:

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Great grill on the front, looks a little like my Phosphorus but in metal and of course a completely different take. Working acrylic for the grill would have been hard but metal is a lot harder!

Keep the good stuff coming.

Cheers and Saludos

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I decided to reduce the front 3 cm, to have a more aerodynamic appearance.

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I have to cut the front again :(

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I need to change everything.

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look the inclination.

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The logo of "Hot Rod" of side was cut.

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I'm creating some new parts for the car. :D

V8

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a new air intake. With a decoration as the vehicles of the 50's and 60's.

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Remove the feet(¿?) from the computer.

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prepare the base for the new feet.

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I created the place to put the power button on the front.

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is all for now.

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I have complicated, and I started tertiary school that, but I work weekends.

I started with the creation of the fender, first a model in cardboard, to take measures.

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Then, the most difficult, passing it to the sheet metal. :wink:

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cutting and bending.

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Temporarily bolted, then will joined with pop rivets .

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could use a Cooler Master V8, if someone wants to sponsor my work, you know what to do. :wink:

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Great "fin" very retro! And an intriguing bump on the side cover which will surely call for a long of skillful work with Bondo to make it look right. Looking goood Argos!

Cheers and Saludos

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