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Frame Specs for a 1930 Ford Model A

Does anyone have the frame specs or know where I can get them for a 1930 Ford Model A. The frame I have has been altered and I would like bring it back to the factor specs. Thanks in advance for any help.

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As a moderator here, I would like to WELCOME YOU .. to Hotrodders.com

I suggest just finding another 1930 Model A frame if you has much changed...stock ones are cheap to buy.....in good shape....complete rolling chassis can be had for $500 or less......They made MILLIONS of Model A's...( over 4 million )

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Thanks for the info. The Wescotts site was just what I was looking for.
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