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Wow great job!
Looks like OP was banned?
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Trying to catch the true color of the car.
Picture from the previous owner. I'm not a good photographer!!
1927 all steel modified/track T roadster. Back half of the car is 1925 sheet metal. The car has less than 2000 miles on it since built. Engine is...
Thanks for the help Never2low! We'll see if that works!
All kinds of stuff is showing up in my ALERTS that I haven't even looked at (and some I have no interest in). Not sure what to do?
3" chop with Sid Chavers Bop top.
What a great car!
The 27 track T (#18 car) belongs to Bill Ross of Yakima Washington. Bill and I made the trip together and very much enjoyed our first time to...
Wow! Some great cars there!!
Looking good Dale!
I'll be there with Bill Ross and his 27 T.
Great job! Your work on the subrails is helping with my '31 roadster!
Wow thanks for that BCT! Lots of great info! I've decided to go with the Steadfast rear rail kit to make things easier due to my limited skill set...
Thanks Alaska Jim! I'll check out the website.
Thanks very much Sam (51 farm truck)!!! I think this has been the most helpful as I read your entire thread on the 30 roadster that you put on a...
Thanks a bunch Sloppy J. and BCT!
BCT - do you happen to have some pictures of what you did?
Thanks Krylon. Not sure how you are pie-cutting the cowl? Interesting.
Thanks Ford Truck Nut.
Thanks Sloppy J. Maybe I'll just try the rear 32 subrails grafted onto the model A front half.
Anyone else feel free to chime in!!
Thanks Bib Overalls. I've seen the Steadfast conversion rails and they look nice but I was wondering about the front half of the body also?
Thanks for the input Mike Bowling. I thought that maybe just using the 32 subrail sides and then the 31 cross channels that it would fit - maybe...
Cool! I was also thinking of doing that possibly. I know it wouldn't work on a 28/29, but I wonder on this 31 if the full subrails (with a little...
This may be obvious to some of you, but my little pea brain was wondering if this would work? I've acquired a '31 ford roadster project and I'm...
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