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Old 08-03-2002, 11:57 PM
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I remember reading a year or two ago in Street Rodder Magazine about a frame manufacturer who was making '32 side rails with a flat or straight top edge for use in Model 'A' highboy situations.
It could have been American Stamping but I am not sure. Does anybody know and if so, supply e-mail
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It would be greatly appreciated.

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Don't ever remember that, but there was a company that makes crossmebers for A's their adress is <a href="http://www.dagelsstreetrods.com" target="_blank">www.dagelsstreetrods.com</a>

Ian Macgregor, Scottish? Irish? Nice name, just a bit odd coming from Austrailia, but what do I know.

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Brookville Roadster makes a 32 frame to fit the Model A bodies. It's not cheap... $2295 but it is quality work.

<a href="http://www.brookvilleroadster.com" target="_blank">http://www.brookvilleroadster.com</A>


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you can get some really nice rails here in the UK! nicely stamped with the swage line too, if you want to check them out call Jerry at Denning Enterprises 01179-690370, worth a look
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Hey, thanks for the information guys. The Brookville solution is way out of my league.Current exchange rate 2 Aussie dollars to U.S. 1. Imported '32 rails cost $1600.oo aus.
Brittish exchange 3Aussie dollars to the pound.
The frame is for a '26 T touring Hiboy project I am gathering pieces for.
To Halloweenking, my name is scottish but I am seventh generation Australian ie my ancestors arrived here as convicts on day one with the first fleet January 26,1788.
My first street rod was a 1931 Dodge 5 window
coupeI built in the late sixties. When I learn how to post photos I will put one up.
Damm time flies now I got to get ready for work.
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