I decided to document the '32 frame I'm building currently and post it here after the positive response from my Model-A rear crossmember install post: http://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/showthread.php?t=606187 The frames I build are unboxed frames using original 1932 K-members and then various rear crossmembers and various front crossmembers too. There are loads of places you can get reproduction 1932 frames but few of them are going to look correct on a traditional rod. Follow this tech and I'll try to walk you through building an authentic 1932 frame the best I can. You will need: from Jim at Big Flats Rivets. (www.bigflatsrivet.com) 40 (Buy 50) 5/16 x 1" RH rivets Up to 12 1/4x7/8 RH rivets. (If you have to re-attach the K-member legs. Just six if your K-member is intact) 1/2 RH air tool 5/16 RH air tool 1/4" RH. Jack screw 5/16 RH. Jack screw (If your K-member legs don't need re-attaching you could skip the 1/4" rivets and do it all with the 5/16" A gas torch to heat up the rivets. An air compressors and riveting gun A welder and cutting and grinding equipment 1 pair of reproduction 1932 rails Front and rear spreader bars An original 1932 K-member A Model-A front crossmember A rear crossmember. Prices: A pair of reproduction 1932 rails will cost around $700 An original 1932 K-member in fairly good condition will cost anything up to $750 these days. An good uncracked original Model-A front crossmember is also going to cost a couple of hundred bucks these days or you can use the excellent repro crossmember from Shadow Rods. (No other repop front crossmember will do) Rear crossmember prices are still reasonable at around $100.