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'32 sub rails

hi guys
someone else is you who has pictures of a body of sub rails ford 32?
or even a link where they are displayed well.
thanks!!!

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you can go to photobucket
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hi guys
someone else is you who has pictures of a body of sub rails ford 32?
or even a link where they are displayed well.
thanks!!!
Try google it will suprise you.


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hi guys
someone else is you who has pictures of a body of sub rails ford 32?
or even a link where they are displayed well.
thanks!!!
I'm not sure how much help the image below will be, but like Cole mentioned, the rails can be seen and bought at many places, like Speedway.
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I think I was misunderstood.
I looked on google before asking you but not once, long time in research and have not found what I need.

I have to create the rails not the sub frame rails, the parts of the body.
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I think you were misunderstood, too. I couldn't tell what I was looking at, so maybe this will help:



I believe what you're looking for would be referred to a "rocker sill" or "rocker panel". It connects the floor pan to the sides of the body.

If you click HERE, they have listed "Channel Floor Pan & rebuilt rocker sills" for $540. This is just an example- there are probably other sources for them, IF that's what you're looking for.

THIS outfit has 3-window rockers:



I think once you start searching using the terms "1932 ford rocker panel" or "3 window (or 5 window, or Vicky, etc. depending on what you're building) ford rocker panel", you will see more sources.
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I think you were misunderstood, too. I couldn't tell what I was looking at, so maybe this will help:



I believe what you're looking for would be referred to a "rocker sill" or "rocker panel". It connects the floor pan to the sides of the body.

If you click HERE, they have listed "Channel Floor Pan & rebuilt rocker sills" for $540. This is just an example- there are probably other sources for them, IF that's what you're looking for.

THIS outfit has 3-window rockers:



I think once you start searching using the terms "1932 ford rocker panel" or "3 window (or 5 window, or Vicky, etc. depending on what you're building) ford rocker panel", you will see more sources.


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perfect is what I build, I just need more detailed images and can be reproduced.
Thanks!!!
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You are very welcome.

Anyone who's in Italy and is building a Deuce has MY regard!

Be sure to send pictures (or start a Project Journal) of the build.

What are you going to use for an engine?
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