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Old 11-10-2004, 06:59 AM
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1935 chevy pickup cab wood

Hi My name is Darius. This is my first message. I need info about a 1935 chevy pickup cab wood kit or is there a steel kit to replace the wood in the cab? Thanks Darius

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welcome Darius....................moving this to the "body" forum. You will get better responses there.
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chev wood try this guy

http://chevywood.com/index.html

Or in the alternative one can use square steel tube and weld in a sort of internal frame..look through the knowledge base and some of the journals for some more ideas

Probably use the wood if it is desired to have a 100% restore..do the steel if it is a hot rod modified project..

Just a thought on this deal..
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thanks for the info. darius
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