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02-10-2002 05:54 PM
Paco I am not sure about an S-10 or other front stub swap, but I do know that FatMan Fabrications makes a front end stub that will fit your car, have been a party to installing one on a '48 Plymouth coupe. It fits great, looks great, and works great...dont get much better than that. It will do everything it is advertised to do and eliminates any "used parts" by puchasing the complete front end assembly, i.e. upper and lower control arms, rack, spindles, etc. Although it is not as cheap as a wrecking yard special, it eliminates all the guess work and is top notch in every detail. I also have one under my '40 Buick coupe. The only way to fly....
02-10-2002 11:52 AM
rem3535
1948 Plymouth front clip

Is it possable to use the front clip from a mid 80's S-10 for my car, or would it be easier to use the whole frame and do a complete frame swap.

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