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05-18-2009 08:28 PM
alex1952ford
32 ford truck

I have a 32 ford truck also and it has a 6in chop although it looks mean, it is a pain, becauce i have to sit lower in the seat cramping the already little amount of leg room, and risking the mistakes on a truck like that is'nt something i would want to do
01-20-2002 05:19 AM
roadstar if you get the stance of the truck right it will look fine without chopping it.
01-13-2002 04:27 PM
sdar Whether you chop or not is totally up to you. I have a 33 Ford Pickup that I decided not to chop. Once I made the seat frames and got the seats in a comfortable level, I decided not to chop due to head clearance.
As for help . . . if it's your first time, good luck. You may want to look around for "How To" books or videos to help get started. You can try "Classic Motorbooks" 1-800-826-6600 and order the book #130730AE "Chopping Tops" for $19.95.
01-13-2002 12:18 PM
wizard1932
chop 1932 ford pick up

need help have to decide to chop or not to chop i never seen a 1932 ford pick up choped it seems like its to high now ? but if i do chop it i never done it before and can use some help.

thanks bob

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