|08-17-2006 09:25 PM|
Deuce says "Isn't working on OLD stuff FUN"
Again he is "on the money"
By whackin' the roof ,movin' the motor back, movin' the front axle front,usin' a manual trans, Etc...makes things a little more difficult but, WAY more fun and satisfin'.
Yep it is WAY FUN workin' on and drivin' this OLD stuff.
The window channels will be here from Spadaro's in a couple days and I can't wait to start cuttin'.
|08-17-2006 06:18 PM|
|08-17-2006 05:00 PM|
Darn you Deuce. You are pretty much " on the money" with your replies but, I wanted to an easier way to get started. Haha..
I guess that I'll start with cardboard adding the three and a half inches that I took out of the roof and start hackin' away to get close. Then masonite and shorten until The vent is figured out. Thanks.... Take care,Smokey
|08-17-2006 03:00 PM|
You try to see if outlaw performance has one.
|08-16-2006 10:25 PM|
|Deuce||I am afraid that " trial and error " is your best option ... and Masonite is inexpensive ...|
|08-16-2006 07:02 PM|
34 ford five window glass info/help...
Where can I find the size, or a template of the side window glass in a 34 ford five window coupe?
The top is chopped and windshield is layed back so I need to make Masonite windows for patterns.
Because of the sliding vent set up I'm not sure how long the window needs to be.
I'd buy an old junk window if I could find one.
I just need a starting point. Thanks in advance,Smokey