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Model of a '69 Boss 429

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  • Model of a '69 Boss 429

    I'm pretty excited with how this turned out, it is a commissioned piece I just finished:





    There are more pics here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/browndo...363562/detail/

    And here I put a few pics next to pics of the original car that I modeled it after: www.browndogwelding.com/new

    -Josh

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    WOW that stuff is really neat!

    Great work.

    I love the choppers.

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    • #3
      Thats cool. I had a '69 Mach 1 with a 390 engine i took from a '67 Cougar XR7GT and that woke up my Mustang. My buddy had a '70 Boss 429 at the same time i had mine. I know the guy that has his Boss now and he has it all restored...Bob

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      • #4
        thats pretty bad *** man, NICE WORK!

        ~Aaron Engstfeld
        Engstfeld Welding

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        • #5
          cool.
          is it steel, SS or aluminum?? looks like SS but cant tell ?? looks great.

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          • #6
            It's basically all just left over sheet metal, other than a few nuts and bolts and some tig wire. Just mild steel that I clearcoated.

            Thanks for checking it out guys! I'm pretty stoked about this one, I was pretty skeptical when I started it. But it turned out great

            -Josh

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