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Technical Bone stock 32

Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by koolbeans, Oct 31, 2018.

  1. Let's get to the point.
    That answer is of course, "Yes!" If that's all you wanted to know then we're done. The rest of us have our own spin on what you, the O.P. should also do but that don't help as of now. As the Muddy Water cleared some most of us now know he's (you) not just going to Bolt in a dropped Axle. This project if it actually exists is a full blown Cut up the chassis and floors build (you can't just bolt in a 200-R-4) . So if he want's to milk the Wealth of info one Squirt at a time and make all the novice mistakes along the way let him go. If you want good suggestions and real input lay out your Cards and sit back. Then harvest the truly Good info that works for you and Trash the rest. You will get bombarded with every direction known so get ready. Playing Cat-n-Mouse just get's you passed over by most that would do you the most good. And photos would help.
    The Wizzard
     
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  2. How about some pictures?

    Charlie Stephens
     
  3. koolbeans
    Joined: Apr 12, 2015
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    koolbeans

    I have. They are very nice.
    But there is a very serious purpose of the path to this my last build.
    I'll keep you posted on the conversion.

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  4. koolbeans
    Joined: Apr 12, 2015
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    koolbeans

    Never show queen, no trailers, serious daily driver and a scoot for the wife.....and it will be 5 window as stock body..

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  5. You stared with 'bone stock' and you've said 'conversion' twice.
    Could you please explain exactly what you mean by these terms/words?
     
  6. DDDenny
    Joined: Feb 6, 2015
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    The above highlighted statement has had me confused from the start.
    Is it your understanding that highboys were available from Ford.
    Another point, what would a "ground hugging" highboy look like?
    Yeh, cat and mouse for sure.
     
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  8. koolbeans
    Joined: Apr 12, 2015
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    koolbeans

    Hey Charlie. Here is the seed stock. She comes home tomorrow.
    Excited to get in frame jig. IMG_20181106_104939340.jpeg IMG_20181106_104832737.jpeg

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  9. Atwater Mike
    Joined: May 31, 2002
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    Reminds me of when my bud Ted bought Tim's '32 Five window...All apart, just home from Flyer's Paint shop...Tim went to M.I.T., his Mom begged me to take the Deuce out of her garage! $$ bargain, included the FRESH 324 Olds, with dual range hydro.
    When we moved the Deuce to my Grandma's garage, it sat for 3 months or so, Ted asked me if I'd buy it from him. "Pay me later..." I did, after selling off the fenders, boards, Olds engine & hydro...then stripped the beautiful Flyer Maroon paint!
    Body & frame got 30 coats of RED nitro, sanded between 2 coats...car went up quickly, thanks to fellow members of 'Hernando's Racing Team'. Borrowed Quick Change, (Culver City Hali) much suspension chrome, (chrome shop allowed me to polish his stuff and mine for chrome on mine) 304" flathead, built by me and 2 Hernando's guys, '38 Lincoln box.
    Well. I didn't start with a restoration, but it was close! And I didn't chop the top!
     
  10. Gotgas
    Joined: Jul 22, 2004
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    Gotgas
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    from DFW USA

    Looks like a real nice car. Ardun with a/c, 200R4, 5" dropped axle and disc brakes, eh? Have fun.
     
  11. e z i
    Joined: Sep 5, 2007
    Posts: 517

    e z i
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    Just go buy a pre-built chassis, and a after market body and build your dream street rod, then sell the original car to someone who knows what they're doing.
     
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  12. Sheep Dip
    Joined: Dec 29, 2010
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    Sheep Dip
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    from Central Ca

    Your money, your car, your decision. But if that 32 is anywhere as nice as it looks I would juice the brakes and drive the wheels off of it.
     
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  13. That car is beautiful. It looks complete except the pin stripe (trust me stripes make a lot of difference). Put on hydraulic brakes and let your wife drive it for a while. She may like it the way it is now. May save you a lot of money. A few "hop up" items and you are done.

    Charlie Stephen
     
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  14. tb33anda3rd
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    yep, start cutting and taking apart. i will haul all the unused parts away for you.
     
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  15. If it’s plug and play with minimal welding to the frame as you said, then why the need for a frame jig? As others have already said, I’m out.....


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  16. That will never be a complete car again.:(
     
  17. F-ONE
    Joined: Mar 27, 2008
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    F-ONE
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    This is what happens when 32 Fords die and go to hell.
     
  18. clem
    Joined: Dec 20, 2006
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    Well, at least the photos were worth waiting around for !

    That is one beautiful car, too good to cut up or mess around with, - but you know that.
    ( More louvres on the hood than what it needs, also ! )

    Reversed eye front spring, big and little tyres, dropped headlight bar, won’t give you what you want ???


    .
     
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  19. big duece
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    from kansas

    In order to install a quickchange, the rear cross member will need switched out. Not exactly a plug and play change.
     
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  21. thirtytwo
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    I’ve grafted a few A and T centers into a stock cross and didn’t disturb the rivets
     
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  22. proartguy
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    Totally agree! That is too nice a ‘32 to chop up.
     
  23. Troublemaker427
    Joined: Jun 27, 2006
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    Yup, I agree. To many other options out there than to chop up a nice original car nowadays....
     
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  24. When I put the Mercruiser Marine engine in my AVATAR I had to drill 2 holes in the frame for the front motor mounts, otherwise everything else bolted together using existing holes. I don't think I would start cutting a car as nice as that coupe.

    Charlie Stephens
     
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  25. koolbeans
    Joined: Apr 12, 2015
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    koolbeans

    No chop. Yuk. Never. Project with zero welding and only bolt in/on custom parts. It can be done.

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  26. Well, for such confidence, your questions don't gel.
     
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  27. This smells of BS. JW
     
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  28. big duece
    Joined: Jul 28, 2008
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    big duece
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