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Old 11-30-2016, 05:15 PM   #1
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CaptainVo 2002 Quigley Makeover

We are finally wrapping up the rock crusher lower body work on CaptianVo's Quigley.

The bumper is constructed of 1/4" steel and started out as just a straight tube that we cut down and shaped. Has corner toe steps and will have LED lighting, D-rings, receiver hitch, and a tire rack added to it.

The side panels are constructed of 10 gauge cold rolled steel and is completely welded to the body. Each end, at the wheel wells, is designed to sustain a serious hit.

We still have a great deal of work to do, but feel like the hard stuff is behind us. We will be building a custom front bumper with a built-in winch next. Everything you see so far on this rig will be linexed black. Everything above will be linexed tan to the next body line.

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Old 11-30-2016, 05:34 PM   #2
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that's one hell of a bumper!! Really cool work! Wanna see that front bumper and winch!
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that's one hell of a bumper!! Really cool work! Wanna see that front bumper and winch!





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Old 11-30-2016, 06:35 PM   #4
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The rear bumper extending to the wheel wells is an interesting idea.....looks great
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I like what I'm seeing here That is going to be one sweet looking rig. Hopefully you'll be willing to work on more Ford's in the future...
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Old 12-14-2016, 05:03 PM   #6
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Front Bumper

Pictures of the front bumper that we are now just finishing up for CaptainVo's van which we call Project Overland. This 100% handmade of 1/4" mild steel. Guarantee not see another one like it.
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I would love to see a couple more pics of that bumper after paint and maybe a little further from van. The 3D effect up close makes it look a little weird.

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Great work and dang!! That thing will be sturdy! Any guesses on the bumper weight??
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Pictures of the front bumper that we are now just finishing up for CaptainVo's van which we call Project Overland. This 100% handmade of 1/4" mild steel. Guarantee not see another one like it.
Looks good. I'd like to see more pictures of the back bumper and body work too.
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