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Old 09-04-2012, 06:24 AM
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WANTED 33 Chevy Body Wood KIT PATTERNS

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HELP
Need body wood for a 33 chevy sedan .7 window .
Any body know where i could buy full size patterns to make my own ,
or ,and where to buy a wood kit ,
est. About now many dollars it would cost ?????????????????
,,thanks steve :

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Old 09-04-2012, 01:33 PM
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I know your pain!!! The wood in my Pontiac was shot when I got it. I took what was left and made patterns and laminated plywood to get the thickness right. So far it's solid as a rock but hasn't seen the road yet.
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Wanted 33 Chevy Body Wood Kit Patterns

I have purchased from this guy before for my '31 chevy wood pieces - here's the contact info:

KC Wood Manufacturing
470 Rock Church Rd. SW
Willis, VA 24380
540-789-8300

info@chevywood.com
Shop Hours:
Monday-Friday 8:00 am 4:00 pm

Check out his website: KC Wood Manufacturing

Good luck with the resto and keep in touch at my e-mail address: hotrodmike31@att.net. You can look at my photos of my '31 on this hotrodders forum by user ID 31chevymike
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More Wood info!

Another wood source for early chevrolet's:

The best way to contact Jim Rodman at Autowood Restoration is to call:

219-797-3775

Email, which is less frequently attended to, can be sent to:

jim@autowood.net

The shipping address is:

Autowood Restoration
Box 86 - Wheeler Street
Hanna, IN 46340
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Steel it ?

I did a Model T touring, and The patterns were pretty good only a few pieces did not fit. I did a steel sub structure for the 31 Nash Roadster, I laid out a grid on a sheet of plywood to line up all the body panels , then braced the panels then started bending tubing,
Cboy's eBook has lots of good info when he made the Scratch build hotrod. My preference is wood for a restoration. steel tubing for anything else.
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