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Old 02-05-2013, 03:36 PM
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Hi all I'm new to this forum. I've just brought my boy a 34 ford tot rod. Does anyone know where I would be able to get hold of plans to build a chassis for it????

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i recall that "spirit ind" in mountain home AR. if i recall correctly they offer a mini Tbucket. try them and see if the frame will fit your needs.. maybe they make them too and u can get plans..
spirit sells t bucket's (full size that is)
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Just need to make a go-kart type frame under it..

I have a pedal car body I made that look's like a vette and has a 5hp briggs in it.. It's the same sizes as a reg Pedal car,, With a 6'-240 lb guy(me) on It, it will run on the back wheels as long as you can hold on at about 30 + mph,, My motor is down right now.. Should be back running soon..
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I've just brought it for my 13 month old son (nothing wrong with starting them young) so I've got a while to get it built and painted just not 100% sure where to start.
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