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Old 02-15-2009, 06:54 PM
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Body Mounts for 1935 to 1940 Ford car

If some one out there had a 35 to 40 ford frame. They could take a photo of or make a drawing of the out side body mounts with the measurements and angles. Some one had done work on the frame and they are missing along with any clue of were they went. This would be a great help. Thank you

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tHE PICS IN MY JOURNAL ARE OF A 36 fORD COUPE FRAME. (oops, caps) Slightly modified with a new cross member and Mustang2 rack and pinion, the body mounts are the same.
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Thanks Dinger Can you tell me if they are even with the top of the frame or are stepped down its hard to tell from the photos. If they are stepped down how much. Can you give me the distance between the two. You have the makings for a super street rod. that is nice. I saw the axle on your T WOW them are rare. I had one on my first rod in the 60s.
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Here is a drawing from Wesott's-hope this helps-
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35WINDOW For some reason your drawing did not show up. But I took a look at your car. Very nice!
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Thanks for the compliment!

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http://www.wescottsauto.com/Tech/frame_specs.html
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35WINDOW That works. I printed a copy. Any one that has used this site can see way its #1 Thanks again.
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