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Old 10-22-2013, 08:19 AM
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Does anyone know what type of frame this was built on?

I'm new and any help would be appreciated.
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Hard to see but, I would guess it's probably built on a 1952 Hudson frame. Pretty cool ride.


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By the look's of it.. I would guess it's homemade..
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from that site

''He began by building a custom chassis designed from the ground up for use with airbags. He also built one-off four-link suspension setups with panhard rods in both the front and the rear. Once the chassis was figured out, it was time to tackle the powertrain.''
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Here is a link to the person who built it on another forum. You can ask him!
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