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05-07-2015 12:24 AM
BuzzLOL
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Originally Posted by JGK95 View Post
So the answer to the question is. . .


Here's our Beast's motor mounts:

. That frame mount looks super strong... and the design can be altered as needed to make it go wherever it has to go to meet up with other engines...
05-05-2015 02:24 PM
35terraplane Jay I think he is putting a Ford in his si the mount would be alittle different I will go take a picture of mine then try to figure out how to post it.

Bob
05-04-2015 05:10 PM
JGK95 So the answer to the question is. . .


Here's our Beast's motor mounts:
04-29-2015 02:26 PM
35terraplane
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Originally Posted by da34guy View Post
Guess your bodyman wasn't really a bodyman.
My body man was a damn good one and did lots of fiber glass cars. Maybe you should have thought some before posting, like maybe the body I got was no where close to what we looked at.

Bob
04-28-2015 03:50 PM
da34guy
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Originally Posted by 35terraplane View Post
A body man and Myself looked at the body at a car show thought it looked pretty nice, I had never worked on a glass car so I got it, little did I know what I would get and how much work I would do.

Bob
Guess your bodyman wasn't really a bodyman.
04-28-2015 01:02 PM
35terraplane
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Originally Posted by 68NovaSS View Post
Unbelievable Bob, pretty sad, glad you worked it out...
A body man and Myself looked at the body at a car show thought it looked pretty nice, I had never worked on a glass car so I got it, little did I know what I would get and how much work I would do.

Bob
04-25-2015 03:07 PM
redguy62
35 terraplane

how much do you want for that grill insert thanks aubrey
04-25-2015 03:06 PM
redguy62 can any one send me a pic of what the motor mount looks like on the frame on the street beast
04-17-2015 08:12 PM
Gwinnetts
Manual

I have one and would be glad to send it to you. I'm a long haul truck driver and won't be home for a couple of weeks or so but send me your info and i will send it.
04-16-2015 08:24 PM
68NovaSS Unbelievable Bob, pretty sad, glad you worked it out...
04-16-2015 03:12 PM
35terraplane
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Originally Posted by Harman747 View Post
Looking for assembly manual from street beasts on 34 coupe 3 window. Please advise.
The manual leaves a lot to be desired IMHO. If you have built a car before, You would be better off without it, if not you will need help. Look at the car real close, measure fenders, make sure each side is the same. My car one back fender flared out 1" at the bottom, I had to make a v-cut in the fender and running board to push it in. There was also a big dip in front of the Pass. door that I had to fill in. and the front fenders were not the same, and there was no way to fix them but cut them off and put someone else's fenders on it, so you had to cut them both the same, plue I had spent many hours fitting that grille shell, so I cut that out and cut the new fenders to match.

I used 15 gallons of resin and countless feet of fiberglass. fixing what I found wrong with the car. One other thing I did not like was the window openness of the doors. I took channel that the felt would fit in a started at the bottom of the doors and went from front to back. I weld little tabs on them, ground into the glass all around the window opening a little deeper than the tabs, then used a 2 part epoxy that will adhere metal to fiberglass, it gets so hard you have to use 36 grit sandpaper on it, I also put it at the bottom opening with rubber cat whiskers on 2 metal pieces of sheet metal, now my doors are very strong and the wind noise should be gone. Before this you could squeeze the inside and outside of the door together at the bottom of the window, now it's as strong as a metal car.

Bob
04-16-2015 02:32 PM
35terraplane
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Originally Posted by Harman747 View Post
assembly instructions for 34 coupe 3 window purchased from Street Beasts, Please advise asap..79 mustang II suspension big block ford
Putting a big block in it, I would go through and re-weld every weld, plus I would add gussets, I did it to mine and I only have a 302 F.I.ed in mine. I cut the frame work out for the rear-end so I could put a Jag. in it.
04-12-2015 11:00 PM
Gwinnetts
Streetbeast

What are you looking for? I have a 34 Coupe, not the roadster but if i can help I will.
04-12-2015 07:51 PM
redguy62 any body have any info on a 1934 roadster street beast soo i can start building thanks
05-27-2014 11:52 AM
Gwinnetts
Instruction Manual for 34 coupe

Harman747, Do you still need that instruction manual? I still have mine and car has been completed for some time now.
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