The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by adamshumard, Oct 28, 2013.
I agree but he said he didn't want a bucket.
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.
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
Thank you Ribbedroof
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,
'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
here's a bantam near Toledo
Quite welcome. Like others my initial reaction was WTF!?
Well, that's good to know. Wonder what the quality is, considering everyone else seems to charge twice that. Still good info though.
The body is only a small part of the cost of the complete car. Dont be penny wise and pound foolish
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.
We have the standard T Bucket body for just $399.00 and turtle decks for just $299.00 and the lid opens on the turtle deck.
You can't beat that.
Separate names with a comma.