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Old 11-21-2012, 09:57 AM
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how hard depends on what you want, resto rod, fenders and stock looking, modern engine and suspension. check out irelandschild's model A here on hotrodders,. The 2 model A's I always stopped to look at when I was a kid ran motorcycle front fenders, bobbed rears to meet the legal requirements, no running boards, only a one piece top hood with louvers, etc, channeled and chopped, one had a caddy engine, the other an olds. I have model A roadster, someone else's unfinished project. To do it right I plan on a new frame, suspension, wiring, I will probably just use the original steel body-fenders etc. the chassis will probably end up on E bay or craigs list with extra body pieces I found in the woods.
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