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Old 11-24-2012, 05:32 PM
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1936 chevy two door sedan

ive got a couple questions regarding a 1936 chevy two door sedan. Questions about mounting the body back on the frame and the wood involved. and some interior wood guidence. if any body has any info on these topics please write back.

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Might be better if you ask more specific questions about this....maybe a picture of what you are having trouble with might help
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i will put some pics of what i am talking about. i was really just trying to find somebody that knew. this is my first forum rodeo so just tell me what i need to do and ill do it. thanks
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KC Wood manufacturing makes replacement parts for old chevies, My son bought a basket case 36 chevy pickup, , most of the wood is not usable. KC was one of the places we found with google. I dont know anything about them. It will be a street rod and we will replace the wood with a steel tubing sub structure. I did all the wood for a Model T touring, about 30 years ago. I had a set of plans, spent a lot of time on the band saw and 6 x 48 belt sander. wood or steel ? depends on what you want to do with it. your tools and skills.
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Chevy and Ford

The Good thing about building a chevy or Ford is there are a lot of replacaement parts, I made a new steel sub structure for the 31 Nash roadster and will help my son to rebuild the 23 dodge touring with steel .
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ok i really appreciate the info on the wood replacement place. nice. yea we have just blasted and sprayed the frame body needs redoing. we r setting the body on the frame right now just getting a idea of how exactly it fits and find where any spacers that are needed that might have been lost. does anybody know where i can find a diagram on the whole car piece by piece? or just a step by step process on this topic?
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When we go south in january I'll try to find some info on the 36 pontiac we have in the shop where we spend the winter, a lot of parts interchange.PM me then if i don't get back to you
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