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1929 Ford Model A chassis, with motor (NOT locked up) and trans, front fenders, rear fenders, running boards, and splash aprons. Radiators...
Better late than never... Found this post while looking for options for my hood latch’s.
R.I.P. What a loss! My condolences to all friends and family!
Outstanding. Brilliant mind and craftsman!!
There are a few options....T spring, revise eye, remove some springs. Do a search and you will find a shit load of information.
I would also...
That's HORSE power!
^^^^ Ford introduced the 4 cyl. "B" motor in 1932. Main improvement was now balanced and better oil circulation.
Cool deal. Congratulations Randy!!
It would be easier to convert a "sport coupe" into a "cabriolet" than converting a "sport coupe" into a "roadster".
I would recommend Shell Rotella T.
Are you taking about this car Bob?
Done...inbox and sent.
Welcome and thanks for your service!! My recommendation would be Ford Model A Sedan. Plenty of room for you and a family. You can still get...
I would make sure I rid the critters before parking in the garage...next you'll have rats/mice in your garage.
Nice work Ed.
I think you should get a web site up and start manufacturing and selling your '32/A chassis online.
So many.... they keep changing.
Cool story grasshopper.... have fun!!
Hard to tell the value... I dont see any major rust at the lower cowl. I would guess $6000 - $7000
Welcome...Holly cow, if your upholster work is anything like your modeling...you will do very well!! You are gorgeous!
Nice score. I like your ideas for the cars future.
Hot Rod it! This '32 is one honey!
I finally have a Merc... Well, Bad Bob's die cast. Showed up today in the mail. All I need now is Bob to sign them....PRICELESS.
Here are a few good links from over on The Ford Barn. I spend a lot of time over there..very knowledgeable group....
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