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I'd love to see a preliminary sketch of that.
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I'd love to see a preliminary sketch of that.
I am fairly decent in drawing, so I will work on a few sketches...


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Not stupid or crazy! it would look very interesting to say the least!
Excited to see some of the sketches
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Typical of a chevy guy to say something like that.
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If you've never done it before, you will make mistakes. That isn't a bad thing. We all learn from our mistakes.

The biggest and most expensive mistake is not making sure that dimensionally the old Dodge parts will fit the new Dodge. If it won't at least physically fit over the basic dimensions of the new truck, you'll end up having to do a LOT of sheetmetal work to expand the width and height of the metal to make it fit.

But don't let that stop you.

Measure the trucks, yours first. Then find a way to get dimensions on the old sheet metal. If it's close, then go for it.

But this is basically going to be one big body job.
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If you've never done it before, you will make mistakes. That isn't a bad thing. We all learn from our mistakes.

The biggest and most expensive mistake is not making sure that dimensionally the old Dodge parts will fit the new Dodge. If it won't at least physically fit over the basic dimensions of the new truck, you'll end up having to do a LOT of sheetmetal work to expand the width and height of the metal to make it fit.

But don't let that stop you.

Measure the trucks, yours first. Then find a way to get dimensions on the old sheet metal. If it's close, then go for it.

But this is basically going to be one big body job.

Hey maddog,

Thanx for the confidence boost. I have so many ideas I'm just stuck on what to do. I have tried drawing a few sketchs and its just not working out to well. But I am not going to get discouraged. Some way, some how I will figure out how to do it and just do it..

Right now, the one thing I seem to be having a problem with and thats finding the old Dodge front clip.

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