• Eastwood Daily News

    • Here is a brand new product anyone that has done welding and fabricating could have probably used. These little... http://t.co/Ai5FYdPx #
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  • Found in a Yard: 60's Chevy Pickup

    Here is another found in Eastwood country. Looks to be a 60's Fleetside pickup abandoned in a backyard in a small nearby town. The stickers on the truck look to be quite outdated, so I doubt the owner has touched it in sometime. Looks to be a solid foundation for a future project! These trucks are a great alternative to the ever-so-popular 50's Chevy trucks and their popularity has been growing in the past few years.

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  • Eastwood Daily News

    • We are shooting some pictures and video for our February catalog the next few days. The theme is "lower door skin... http://t.co/l8ks0Dva #
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  • Eastwood Daily News

    • Here are some clips from our "Dream Ride Tour Contest" this year at the Vegas Speedway after SEMA 2011! -Matt/EW http://t.co/Z0TzOof2 #
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  • Whole lot of cutting going on in here

    Late last week I spent some time cutting the bed apart to stretch it to give a more "balanced" look when viewing the truck from the side. I know a lot of people aren't agreeing, but I think in the end it will be hard to tell it was lengthened at a first glance. I took some time with the angle grinder and some thin cutting discs, removing the front portion of the bed right behind the stake post. This spot should be the easiest to blend the new panel into. After stiffening the bed up with some flat bar and rebar, and making some temporary bed mounts, we can now work on making the patch panels as well as beginning work on the permanent bed mounts and the bed floor itself. Lots of work to happen over the next few weeks!

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