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  • #16
    Finally doing more to the 46, boxed the frame and started the 4-link on the rear. This car/truck is supposed to go to SEMA at the end of the month. It needs to be a runner, a lot of work and a little bit of time.

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    • #17
      Suspension is done 4 link rear, 3 link front, King shocks all around on custom towers.

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      • #18
        A bit more finished. Fuel tank and pump in, pressure regulating fuel filter in, box center section of frame with link mounts, and almost done with rear shock towers. Just need removable cross over support at the top. It's getting there!

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        • #19
          He made it! The car/truck is done and at SEMA in Las Vegas. I think it came out absolutely awesome. It has an LS1 with a turbo 350 trans. GM 3/4 ton axles don't remember the transfer case. Rolling on 37" tires with bead lock rims

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          • #20
            Sweet ride!

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            • #21
              SEMA went really well. The '46' made Fourwheeler. Check it out, I'm one proud dad.
              Some of the most impressive 4x4’s here at the SEMA 2017 show are the modified classics who’ve landed a new lease on life.

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              • #22
                Very cool.

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                • #23
                  My kid took his creation to Moab in Utah for the Full Size Invationlast month. Check it out on facebook there are a lot of cool trucks at that event. Here is his rig catching some air.

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                  • #24
                    I love it
                    I used to ride to High school with a friend in a 46 Plymouth coupe

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                    • #25
                      Old thread, but I must say that is the coolest Plymouth I've seen so far. Good job!

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