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Stores to buy chassis & parts Model A Street Rod?

Hello, I need to know about some stores that sells chassis and parts to build a Ford model A Street Rod, like TCI frames and suspension parts. Where to get some catalogs of this stores? Im newbie in this and also I do not live in USA!! Thanks,

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One of the better firms with a broad selection is Gibbon Fiberglass of South Carolina.

www.gibbonfiberglass.com

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Pick up a copy of "Street Rodder" magazine and check out the many advertisers. Most are also on-line.
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take a look at www.chassisengineeringinc.com
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For a broad selection of parts, check out some really good general suppliers, like Yogi's and Speedway. For really good Model A parts-like stainless steel bumpers or actual working Model A fittings, try Mac's or Bratton's. All of these places have free catalogs you can order on-line.
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