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Projects Cheapest Fiberglass Roadster Body?

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by adamshumard, Oct 28, 2013.

  1. jkeesey
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    I agree but he said he didn't want a bucket.
     
  2. tfeverfred
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    From who? The cheapest T Bucket kit is $3,999. As far as a Google search revealed, you can't even get a full size Deuce body for $2,500. Much less a kit.

    Then, he'll probably end up making his own body or hope to find something used. Even then, I doubt he'd really want the cheapest.
     
  3. Go to advanced search, then under the items heading (at the upper left) click the "On ebay motors" link , brings up the old search by year/make/model page

     
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  4. inkstain27
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    Thank you Ribbedroof
     
  5. adam401
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    I sold a Plymouth coupstrer body to a guy for 350.00 a month ago that was very buildable with a nice decklid. Non Ford stuff turns up cheap if you are in the right place at the right time. You could also consider building a modified out of a cowl and doors and fabbed rear section on the cheap for sure. Good luck,
     
  6. dmc3113
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    '32 Roadster body kit, $2700. Comes with floorboard glassed in. Buyer has to assemble and hang doors and deck lid. Hinges and hardware is not included. www.countylinerods.com. Located in Pauline, SC
     
  7. FlatheadFanFromMI
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  8. Quite welcome. Like others my initial reaction was WTF!? :confused:
     
  9. tfeverfred
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    Well, that's good to know. Wonder what the quality is, considering everyone else seems to charge twice that. Still good info though.
     
  10. metaldave
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    from michigan

    The body is only a small part of the cost of the complete car. Dont be penny wise and pound foolish
     
  11. dmc3113
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    I went by County Line a few months ago. They had a few bodies outside curing in the sun. I looked them over and they're pretty straight. They are not as good as some others but the quality is good. If someone wanted to do the finish work they're a good buy.
     
  12. RPM
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  13. butch27
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    You can't beat that.
     

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