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Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by gypsy, Mar 5, 2017.

  1. gypsy
    Joined: Apr 23, 2006
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    Anyone have a 34 Ford Frame built by a shop near Cincinnati? I have a brother that lives near there and we're considering having a chassis built locally. Any suggestions, experiences, and pictures? Looking to have a traditional style chassis built. Thanks
     
  2. Shamus
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    Try Gary Musman at Cornhusker Rod & Custom. Very reasonable for a great product. He is a vendor here & goes by Krylon32. I have one under my '34 Roadster (avatar
    ) 34 Roadster 4.jpg 34 Roadster 7.jpg 34 Roadster 9.jpg 34 Roadster 10.jpg & it rides great.
     
  3. gypsy
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    Thanks, anyone else near there?
     
  4. hdman6465
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    Cornfield Customs,Dropped Axle Productions, both Cincy guys with good reputations and lots of experience

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  5. flynbrian48
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    You need to stay in Cincy? Joker in Indy isn't that far...
     
  6. gypsy
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    No, not really, how far is Indy from Cincy, brother actually lives on the north side of Cincy, between Cincy and Dayton
     
  7. greg32
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    Precision Hot Rods by Cleveland. Carry over from Lobeck's shop. Great work.
     
  8. gypsy
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    Anyone have any pictures of these shops traditional frame builds?
     
  9. hdman6465
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    Cornfield customs and 32coupedeville are both on here. Cornfield has many videos.

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  10. Speedwrench
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    It's about one hundred miles from Cincy to Indy on I-74.

    Probably a little farther to JoKerr's since Brownsburg a few miles west of Indy.
     
    Last edited: Mar 7, 2017
  11. Pewsplace
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    Why not build your own using a stock chassis. All parts are available from P&J and most of them just bolt on. Just a thought!
    760.jpg 46fordfresno-118.jpg
     
  12. gypsy
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    Thanks guys, I appreciate all the input
     

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