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Ok here is my dilemma. I bought a '41 Ford Tudor 2 two door sedan. I want to slam it on a modern frame to put air ride and to hold a nice size V8. Does anyone know what frame I could use to come close to fit? Anyone built one before?


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Any existing frame will most likely make a disaster out of a 72 year old survivor. As said above, Art Morrison and possibly Fatman Fatman Fabrications The Hot Rod Innovators in Custom & OE Chassis Products for Classic Cars, Muscle Cars, Trucks & Vintage Vehicles. Fatman Fabrications

Take a swipe at me if I'm insulting you, but I have to say that you are asking very basic questions as a brand new and unknown guy here. Do your knowledge homework before you go any further. I, along with many of the rest of the folks here have seen way too many disasters at swap meets and behind a barn when someone starts a project, finds out that it costs many thousands of dollars more then expected and may take years to finish.
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