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Old 08-09-2005, 10:22 AM
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I have a nice 35 two door flat back and a good chassis for the same ....I am "doing a 41 sedan delivery currently....I was told that the 35 chassis is virtually the same can I do all the work on the 35 chassis and when time comes slip it under the 41 sedan delivery ??? thanks, John

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As the Moderator of Suspension - Brakes - Steering.....I would like to

WELCOME YOU HERE.....

I know that 35 to 40 Ford chassis will interchange ( for hot rod purposes ) ..but there are some subtle differences that the restoration folks have to pay attention to. A 1941 Ford car chassis is different than a 1940 Ford car chassis. ...( wheelbase ).......but I believe 41 sedan deliveries are the same as a 40.......the 41 pick ups are....

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Deuce...thanks for confirming what I suspected ....good thing too as I have already "glued "the front end in.I am also building a chopped steel 32 5/w with american stamping frame rails ,I stretched the rails 4 inches and have a blown 514 ford in it you can see pics on my web site (albiet incomplete)the web site that is ...thanks for the answer....tiredironhorsepower.com....aka big john
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