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Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by MR CLEAN, Dec 3, 2015.
Another good build going ,love it .no advice from here but subscribed to see what ya come up with.
dont forget to post your pics on the coupe thread, i like to see that one stay alive !
Going to be following along with your build.
Great start and work so far.
Yes to the chop, full fenders and 392 lurking under the hood.
Nice ! have any pics or details about the experience installing the floor?
Where in OK did you find it?
Looks like it sat upside down based on the rusted out roof header.
You make it look so easy! Nice work. Rich
Welcome to the HAMB! I think you got it under control!
Just build the dream rod you want, not what others would prefer.
Looking forward to seeing this one take shape.
The one piece floor is the way to go, saves time, bolt one piece floor to frame and place body over. Just contact R & J Enterprises
Arkansas City, KS
Tell Tom your referred by Ron from Missouri
How much is the floor? $1200 or so? Sure would save a lot of time!
Complete Floor Assembly with Drive Shaft Tunnel and Sub Rails.....$2,395.00......Very Nice Piece
Thanks. It looks like a really nice piece!
I think with your talent, I would fix the doors you have. They are like hens teeth and I gave up the search myself after a year of hunting a pair. Curious, what are you gonna do for access to your master cyl? Also, great looking car and I don't care how you build it, it looks like its going to look fine any way you go.
Like the Traditional Hot Rod look of your car!!! I still hope to still find a pair of doors soon, fixing these doors would be very time consuming and is a LAST resort with my other projects taking up so much time. The Master cylinder is a great question for Jason at Pete & Jake's in Peculiar, MO as they will be building my frame. I will get back to you on that in the future.
The floor panel does look like a very nice piece for sure.
I could really use one for my 34 , but at 2395.00 US converted to Canadian Dollars 3235.00 and then around 500.00 freight to the west coast and then tax, around 4000.00 landed in canada!
It does make a very nice foundation for your build though.... Ummmmmmm,
Fedwoman has been asking me what I want for Christmas? I wonder.............
Let Fedwoman know that there is another option for Christmas of Complete Floor with Drive Shaft Tunnel and without Sub Rails for $1,795.00
I like that floor pan, I'll be giving them a call.
Thank you for that info, my subs are not too bad and that would really help in the budget department!
Oh yeah I forgot........ Welcome to the HAMB!
fedman, walter kowalsky in manitoba makes floor pans too. cheaper to stay on your side of the boarder?
Keep the updates coming
Keep up the good work,Ibuild my 34 it took 5 years. we have been it sent all over. you too will have a love of life
I have been looking to buy a pair of Original Ford Five Window Coupe Doors for about 2 years with no luck. The few that had them did not want to sell them at any price. So I posted a Want Add for the doors on the H.A.M.B and received a reply within two weeks!!!!! Picked up my doors and got some great ideas for my project from the Seller. I will plan to post pictures of progress of the recent acquired doors as they need the basic bottom inside and outside lower door patch panels. Attached is a picture of the condition of the recent acquired doors.
Thank You H.A.M.B.!!!
Nice doors. I'm looking at the tool box, thinking, that's why he's Mr Clean. Get some bondo dust on that thing., can't stand to look at it.
WOW! I am also looking at the tool box......Shit that thing cost more than my shop building did.
Very cool though! I would have to go buy more tools if I had that.
Great thread! The toolbox is on my bucket list right after I sell the house!!!
I think that's Mr. Bigs tool box.
Welcome to the hamb. Nice coupe!
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