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diegocorsa
Started priming it, Im using Clausens All U Need primer, this stuff is awesome!
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3 days ago
diegocorsa
Hey all, Thought I'd give my friends here first dibs on my RC truck before I list it on CL and the bay. It's a highly modified HPI Savage running a Picco .28 big block, all aluminum suspension, hi torque servos, 3 speed transmission, front and rear 4 spider gear posi units, all aluminum skid plates and bumpers, Big Joe tires, and a custom painted body. It also comes with TONS of extra par
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3 days ago
diegocorsa
Haven't decided what color yet though :S I have over 50 hours just in mud work! Another almost 20 in metal work! All I know is it better pay off! B)
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3 days ago
diegocorsa
Had the day off work and finished the bodywork!! (:P)(:P)(:P) Now onto primer, more block sanding and the finally paint! Also welded in my swing out door bar kit today..
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6 days ago
diegocorsa
Any takers?
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11 days ago
diegocorsa
Almost there, did some glazing today, getting smoother...
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29 days ago
diegocorsa
Stud gun definitely.
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4 weeks ago
diegocorsa
More from today, almost ready for glazing and then primer... No door handles.....smoooth Yenko panels installed....smooth No gas door.....smoooth No front bumper mounts, smoooth No drip rails....smoooth No rear bumper mounts....smoooth
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4 weeks ago
diegocorsa
Not mine. 160HP V6
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6 weeks ago
diegocorsa
Here's a picture of the underside. I looked all over and no manufacturer markings so who knows who built it.
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6 weeks ago
diegocorsa
ALOT! I'd say a steel hood weights 40-50 lbs and I bet the glass hood weights 15-20 lbs.
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6 weeks ago
diegocorsa
No takers??
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6 weeks ago
diegocorsa
Hey All, So I've decided to run a steel hood and sell my fiberglass hood. It's in pretty good shape with only 2 little small cracks in the glass on the front edge (easy fix). Taking offers, located in Oceanside, CA. PM me if interested, forsale
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8 weeks ago
diegocorsa
Way too far for me to take a look, anyone close?
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8 weeks ago
diegocorsa
Not mine, might be worth a look.. 1966 Fitch Spint
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2 months ago
diegocorsa
Did some more work on the racecar today. Welded some metal on the nose to smoooooth out the look. Now onto mud work.
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2 months ago
diegocorsa
I also have a set of 4 14's if interested.
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2 months ago
diegocorsa
I have a set of 4 13" stockers of my '66 500 still with tires, where you located?
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2 months ago
diegocorsa
Can't fit 13" on it over the brakes, plus even if I could I'd have to drill them out to fit over my 1/2" studs! :D
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2 months ago
diegocorsa
That's in the plans Dave!
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2 months ago
diegocorsa
ROD Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Dude Cory, > With all that super sick metal work I would just > go have 2 Landau panels made up with sheet metal > and weld them in. I run the same fiberglass ones > on my Stinger clone car and I imagine with no drip > rail this will crack and look like crap in a very > short time. > You have
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2 months ago
diegocorsa
davemotohead Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Looks like you Put some Skin into it! How many gal > is the fuel cell? 15 Gallons
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2 months ago
diegocorsa
davemotohead Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Minor flesh wound,you know the front rain rails > unbolt right? Yep, unscrewed them, pried them off and then cut off the factory pinched welded and rewelded.
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2 months ago
diegocorsa
Yep, could have been worse! I always wear eye protection when grinding, learned the hard way years ago.
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2 months ago
diegocorsa
While grinding out the seam sealer before I cut off my drip rails, my 4 1/2 Dewalt grinder with a knotted wire wheel decided to bite me! Caught on an edge, bounced off and hit my arm before landing and wrapping up in my shirt(shredded) leaving behind the carnage on my arm and 2 nice deep round cuts on my chest! Ouch!
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2 months ago
diegocorsa
Had the day off. Got my drip rails removed, welded up, ground down and ready for some filler.
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2 months ago
diegocorsa
rowin4 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Nice work on cutting out the rust and replacing > with good metal, on the A - pillar drip rail, > doesn't that just have a couple of screws that > holds it on? Yes and no. Once you remove the drip rail off the A-pilar the is still a lip where it's spot welded that needs removed to look right.
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2 months ago
diegocorsa
Got one side of my drip rails cut off, now to weld it up, grind and bodywork.
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2 months ago
diegocorsa
Hey All, How hard is it to Install/remove the powerpack with the rear air grill installed? The reason I ask is I'm considering welding mine in place and smoothing the seams as I am smoothing all the other seems on the body anyway. Thanks,
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