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Old 12-24-2010, 08:22 AM
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where is the best place to get a mustang II front end for a 48 chevy car
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i personally like heidts (weld-in)or chassis engineering (bolt-in) but as far as where to buy,zigs has treated my right in the past..
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where is the best place to get a mustang II front end for a 48 chevy car

Fat mans Fab. makes front ends I believe they use Must II parts but the crossmember is made for your car, so it is the right width.

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Progressive Automotive sells both an MII kit and their own C-5 (sweet ryde) kit. I bought the C-5 kit for my '47 Ford which after buying a C-5 front clip off E-Bay, turned out to be a tad cheaper than the complete MII kit.

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