Kindig copper caddy cost




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    Caddy goes under the knife on Bitchin' Rides tonight on Velocity channel. a few of Kindig-it cars in person, on TV they look amazing in person they look even better! Does anyone know whether they used a clear coat on the copper ? . I was told the build cost for the car would be $,

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    Have fun, Steve B. Dan LeBlanc Administrator Posts: It's a beautiful unit. It's a two part episode and they will be featuring other cars they are working on too, not just the Caddy. Up front, the grill was massaged into perfection, with copper plating on the bullets standing in contrast to the chromed egg-crate behind.

    Kindig copper caddy cost

    Kindig copper caddy cost

    Kindig copper caddy cost

    Kindig copper caddy cost

    Kindig copper caddy cost

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    Did you miss your activation email? Just noticed Bitchin' Rides on Velocity channel will be working on a '60 Cadillac. It may be hurtful to some based on what they've done to cars in the past. I'll DVR it and watch it when I can. It's a two part episode and they will be featuring other cars they are working on too, not just the Caddy. I'm interested to see how the update the look and ride. No one here for the most part likes to see a solid vintage Cadillac sliced and diced but you cannot deny that the finished product was beautiful.

    Kindig copper caddy cost

    Their fit and finish and custom leather interiors are beautiful. The show itself is refreshingly absent of the drama and fake deadlines and is shot over a long time period. The metal work on the car and fitting it in the custom chassis took over a year. No phony 1 week builds on this show. I have two 's and like them bone stock and correct but at least Cadillac got some attention.

    Vogt laugh at how overwhelmed the guys were at the number of parts, brackets, and fasteners they had to deal with to put the 60 back together. The vehicles I have seen are usually flawless.

    Kindig copper caddy cost

    Dave and crew are pretty much what you see on TV, like Brian says no fake drama or deadlines. The 47 Caddy they did was a stunner and still my favorite even with the bright green motor. I found it interesting that they had an acrylic windshield made rather than trying to cut down an original glass windshield.

    It would have been nice if they kept a Cadillac engine in the car, but I can see why they went with a GM crate motor. They didn't elaborate on the back glass either but they made a special panel to replace the package tray so that is would all be painted in body color. Not sure if the changes the window angle due to the chop or not. They made references to the chopped roof but on TV it was hard to tell how much lower it was. The custom moldings they fabricated were very impressive too.

    I too watched the "Copper Caddy". As much as I believe in OEM, I couldn't help but admire the finished product - just flawless, fit, finish, trim, design - including the mods. I had to chuckle out loud when they couldn't figure out how to rebuild the grills and corners - lucky they had pieces from another car to match. I saw so much of myself while watching them struggle to mount the front bumper - only to find out they installed ONE bracket upside down on each side - reversed them and voila it fit - DUH.

    Kindig copper caddy cost

    I agree, the fake deadlines, and in fighting, and bravado of most of the similar show folks gets in the way of what I can learn from their processes - and underscores why I would not turn my restorations over to those type Bozos. Have fun, Steve B. December 02, , I saw the episode and agree with all the comments The guys doing the metal work are using all the correct techniques and boy do they have the forming equipment needed. The reason they used the polycarb windows was to have a uniform amber tint on all pieces.

    I also would like to have seen what the finished rear window area looked like. Does anyone know whether they used a clear coat on the copper? It will tarnish in weeks. Dan LeBlanc Administrator Posts: Being up here in the Great White North, it takes an extra 6 months for the TV signal to beam up here, so we don't have the episode yet. I saw pictures of the car on Facebook this morning, and while I too am not a fan of customizing, I can appreciate the workmanship that went into the finished product.



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