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I just got a 1929 model a I want to make it into a hot rod. I have been looking at buying a custom frame because I'm wanting to put a 350 in it. I live in Idaho and wondered if someone knows any good shops in Idaho that will make me a custom frame so I don't have to drive 1000 miles to pick one up?
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Old 10-14-2013, 09:25 AM
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I just got a 1929 model a I want to make it into a hot rod. I have been looking at buying a custom frame because I'm wanting to put a 350 in it. I live in Idaho and wondered if someone knows any good shops in Idaho that will make me a custom frame so I don't have to drive 1000 miles to pick one up?
You don't need a custom frame to put a 350 into a Model A. Thousands have done it before you using the stock frame.
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I plan on rebuilding My A roadster, I picked up another good frame and will order boxing plates and box the stock frame. A Boxed frame is strong enough if you don't go crazy on horsepower and everything will fit the stock frame
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