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Thread: Factory Five 33 Hot Rod Build.

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    good stuff nice to see some builds on here again
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    Quote Originally Posted by turboshad View Post
    Hahaha, great job with the videos. I look forward to the progress.
    Quote Originally Posted by Frostflowz View Post
    Wow, a build thread. Haven't seen one of these for a while... good job!
    Quote Originally Posted by Willis View Post
    Sick build man, I've dreamed of building the 33 or the Daytona. I really like the youtube format you have for the build, subscribed!
    Thanks for the support, I'm going to put out one video a week for the build.

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    Loving the vlogs. Keep it up!!!

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    Man, wish I had the know-how to do something like that.

    I know if I tried, the thing would fall apart the second I drove it out of the garage lol

    Edit: sweet build!
    2010 Jeep SRT8 aka Boris / 4G 4Runner (2UZFE) aka Blacky Chan / 2007 CBR600RR (race bike)

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    Quote Originally Posted by the_fornicator View Post
    Man, wish I had the know-how to do something like that.

    I know if I tried, the thing would fall apart the second I drove it out of the garage lol

    Edit: sweet build!
    Thanks! That was part of the reason that I am making these videos. To show with a kit like this if you break it down step by step a build like this is not all that difficult. Time consuming yes, but overall difficulty isn't too bad compared to doing a ground up build where you build your own frame, chop a metal body, design suspension, etc...

    Don't be fooled! I have built plenty of shit boxes in the past that fell apart, but that is where you learn really valuable lessons to become a better mechanic.

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