Item description for How To Chop Tops (Old Skool Skills) by Timothy Remus...
Chopping a top is an essential part of building a hot rod. The planning, the preparation, the actual cutting, and then the reassembly, each step must be completed correctly or the entire project will be in jeopardy. This book gives the reader six, start-to-finish; top chops that show each step in the process, from paper sketches to the final welding. Readers can use the examples shown in the book to perform their own chop – while avoiding the mistakes that first-time builders often make.
This book contains more than photo sequences, and also includes interviews with professional hot rod builders who help to explain the fine points of cutting and welding. As they explain, careful planning, followed by cautious execution, can reduce the amount of work enormously, and ensure a positive outcome – a very cool hot rod with a chopped top.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.25" Width: 8" Height: 10.75" Weight: 0.8 lbs.
Release Date Feb 15, 2008
Publisher Wolfgang Publications, Inc.
ISBN 1929133499 ISBN13 9781929133499
Availability 61 units. Availability accurate as of Oct 27, 2016 03:02.
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More About Timothy Remus
Long time motorhead Timothy Remus is the author of over thirty titles - everything from lifestyle books like Bean're, Motorcycle Nomad; to how-to books like Cheap Chopper.
As president of his own small publishing company, Wolfgang Publications, the former auto mechanic also publishes five to ten books each year for other authors.
Tim reports that the twin responsibilities of writing and publishing leave him with limited free time for the really important things like riding motorcycles and working on projects in the garage.
Timothy Remus currently resides in Stillwater. Timothy Remus was born in 1949.