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[OT] Boyd Coddington Dead at 63

Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by fxlr8, Feb 27, 2008.

  1. fxlr8

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  2. asherchy

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    thats so sad... death of a legend... i remember when you couldnt go anywhere without people talking about the boyd wheels on their minitrucks
     
  3. brown_fv

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    R.i.p....
     
  4. Dr.2K

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    Saw his show a few times. May he R.I.P.
     
  5. Keemo

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    He did a lot of good for the HOT ROD industry. And you gota love those shirts. :top:


    RIP.
     
  6. turbocad6

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    wow, boyd... he was a great builder... when I was a kid, guys like him & George Barris & so many others were like my idols, was never into sports or celebrities or anything, but a great car builder was the thing that I was most impressed by

    Cadzilla was one of my all time favorite custom cars, the man was a real custom guru, he at least lived a dream & got the recognition he deserved. yeah, towards the end he was just commercialized & the only thing left of his work was the hype, but that's to be expected I guess when you really hit the big times... I mean when he was younger, he was the kind of guy who would spend hour after hour building something by hand, once your a milionaire many times over, I guess there are better things to do with your time, but he was still a legend & an icon....

    rip in hot rod heaven...:frown:
     
  7. BIGTURK

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    May he rest in peace.