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Old 02-01-2007, 01:42 AM
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I just finished building my first rod 1934 ford sedan. I am now looking for another chassis for my next project 1934 ford roadster this will be a low budget car.

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Welcome, CRZ.

I can't help with the next chassis but we would all like to see pictures of your 34 Sedan.

How about starting a Project Journal on the new Roadster ? Check out the roadster that CBOY built. It's here on HR.com in the Project Journals.

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hi this is the photo of my car
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Very nice car ! Lots of room for family or friends too.

Our car is MUCH shorter. Actually I would say it's CRAMPED.
It's chopped 3 inches and channeled 4 inches and then shortened about 10 inches.

I'm surprised you haven't gotten an answer about a chassis yet.
Keep trying on this site, I'm sure someone will be able to help.

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