Let The Chaos Ensue – CHOPPED, Day One, Part One.

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CHOPPED! Enough said, need there be more of an introduction than that? Well… okay. I’ve covered how Chopped came about as an event before so lets just get straight into it shall we…

Day One, whilst the line to get through the gates was still backed up to around 3km’s in length, one of the first to hit the track and get dirty was Brett Ford behind the wheel of his rather infamous Spinner dubbed SLEDDD, and so from then, the chaos began…

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One rod which I have been dying to see since photos first surfaced is Richard Dabbs’ 1930 Model A Tudor ‘Brown Sugar’ and I was certainly not disappointed. The attention to detail and the execution of said details is second to none, absolutely outstanding. Everything from the dressed up 348, to the gold flaked dash and matching tuck & roll was simply in a class of its own. But the cake-taker was most definitely the deeper than deep candy Hok Root Beer paint which perfectly offset by the all chrome everything.

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Part Two Coming Soon.Picture7654

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