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2nd Build, Wife's 1926 bugatti type 37. (Wheels up)

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Kelly Wood Avatar
Salt Lake City, Utah, USA   USA
1927 CycleKart Pre War "Sargette"
In reply to # 24205 by DavidMGA1600
In reply to # 23892 by Kelly Wood After a day of work, and some thought, I figured I'd attempt to make this frame work. I really don't want to build another yet. Build too many projects, never finish one is how it goes with most... including me.

Anyway, some trimming, etc.

It'll work. Yep.

Thanks for a'lookin.

Kelly, i might be a good idea to make a quick mould of this rear end so you can sell/offer it to others. Looks great.
It's just a kart/quarter midget fiberglass rear end. You can buy them.

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Kelly Wood Avatar
Salt Lake City, Utah, USA   USA
1927 CycleKart Pre War "Sargette"
In reply to # 24210 by jameskilmer57 That canoe idea is a good one. I've been stressing over bending metal or making a fiberglass buck(which I may still do) or forming wood strips over stands, but this stimulates my thinking in other areas. Thank you for sharing.

Cool, glad it helps. I just look for shapes & such in everywhere I go. Never know what'll work that's already there. No need to reinvent the wheel and if we're to come in under budget, that's the best option.

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