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Old 07-27-2006, 11:35 AM
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1936 ford hump back

Hi guys, I'm building a 36 ford hump. I have chopped it two inches ,new floor, *****en firewall, boxed the frame and mustang suspension. I would like to know if anyone has filled in the roof ( without the ribs) which cars would work or am I locked into spending $400 for a roof insert out of California and if so are they of good quality. Thanks for any help !!

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Welcome to Hotrodders.com (Henry will be here soon!).

I know Steve's Auto Restorations (Oregon) offers them on Ebay ($350.00 I think?). For the amount of Money you are talking, you could buy (or build) an English Wheel and make your own (if you are so inclined).

I heard there is a guy in Texas who also offers them (will have to look through my notes).
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Old 07-27-2006, 11:57 AM
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Welcome to Hotrodders. This is the Introduction forum....your question really should be posted in the Body forum....that way the guys with the answers will see it. Make yourself at home and enjoy the site.
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