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Old 12-03-2009, 10:09 PM
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Andy,

It is a bit hard to explain so I have attached (I hope) a couple photos to give you the idea.
It is a round tube frame (most of the triangulation is missing in the photo) with a center structural tunnel (also missing). 302 Ford, T5, and 8.8 posi with 4.11 gears. Modified, Mustang II front suspension with Coil-overs. Coil-overs, and triangulated 4 link in the rear. I checked my notes for roll center heights, but I didn't find them yet.
The cab is a '49 Ford, sectioned 4 inches, chopped 2.5 inches, and channeled to the bottom of the lower tube which is 6 inches off the ground. Wheelbase is 108". Total weight will be just under 2200.
While it is somewhat unique, for the purpose of the sway bars it is probably similar to a '30's lowboy roadster with Mustang II front end.

Thanks for responding
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