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looking for plans to make frame for 1923 dodge touring sedan (convertable)thank's

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do u have the old frame to take measurements off of ???? i figure u don't.. i don't have that info but using the body will help a lot.. it depends on front/rear suspension u want and to make mod's for that install.
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We have an old 20's dodge body setting on an old hay wagon made from a chassis that has a tag that says Nash, no id vin number so I don't know what year it was.
the dodge has a slight rise over the rear axle and the fit is pretty good. The main rails from the front spring hangers for the rear axle foreward is straight. If you are not doing a restoration , a lot of big cars from the 20's and 30"s should work. or just build one from 2 X 4 188 wall tubing, and make your own rear raised area, Cut the sides of rails out , leaving top and botton and radiused corners, Make new long radius side pieces and form fit and weld. there are some Picts on the HAMB forums of curved portions , home made frames
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do u have the old frame to take measurements off of ???? i figure u don't.. i don't have that info but using the body will help a lot.. it depends on front/rear suspension u want and to make mod's for that install.
Needing detailed frame plans for the 1923 Dodge Touring. I want to use stock running boards and fenders. Thanks
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Looking for detailed frame plans for a 1923 Dodge Touring. Thanks
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If you can't find anything using google or other searches, or the old morpar clubs , Join the AACA... Antique Auto Club of America ...and for a fee they will do a search of their library ,no guarantees but they have a lot of material to look at.
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Needing detailed frame plans for the 1923 Dodge Touring. I want to use stock running boards and fenders. Thanks
Bolt the fenders and running boards on, turn the whole thing upside down and start laying box tubing in there, cuttin', bendin' and welding as you go. 2" x 4" x 0.120" wall will be a God's plenty.
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