Builds THE LESS MAD - MAD MAX BUILD

Discussion in '80-Series Tech' started by Rainen, Apr 21, 2016.

  1. LandCruisinMy93

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    I'm not sure what happened to the "Prime Directive" but I like where this is going. Jealous of the shop setup. I wish I had a bunch of cool tools and a real welding table. Awesome work, keep it up.
     
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    Are you using u bolts to attach the sliders to the frame?
     
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    holy crap those sliders look heavy! Really digging the rear bumper and cat skidplate design :cool:
     
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    Some cool ideas and execution here. Nice job.
     
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    So what are your thoughts on paint scheme? I was thinking faux rust, more skulls , and spikes. Like that old post apocalyptic movie starring Mel Gibson?
     
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    Great read and great work/build!
     
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    I started my "side" business back in 1997 and named it "The Prime Directive" Only a handful of folks get what the name is about.

    I always said my "Prime Directive" is to do the right thing. To take the path less taken. Clearly from this build you are taking that same path.

    Great thread. Keep em' coming...
     
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