the tube mounts were changed to 1/4 plate, gonna put a design in them when i decide what to do! still soul searching o that one... most likely that will be a night before the show project..hahahome brew said:OK, I'll be down this weekend to pick it up!
Looking good! :thumbup: :thumbup:
Did you change the engine mounts?
For those who haven't seen this build take a look at:
Click on 1930 Olds/Chev.
Now that is piecing a car together. A four door cowl here, a couple of coupe sides there, a bunch of tubing and metal and you have the beginning of a HOT ROD!! How you ever decided where to put what is still a mystery. But as a sculptor once said, I just cut away every thing that doesn't look like it should there! So I guess you just keep adding to it till it looked right.
1982 SS said:You don't have too much left to do, throw an engine and trans at it and you should be good to go.
What kind of brakes are you using front and rear? I like the idea of discs on the front like you have it there.
Only if you walk to the junk yard to get it.h0trod389 said:easy now man!!!
i dont like my visor either, but whats a man to do with more time than money?
i just might be interested in that grille shell, does a new walker radiator come with it?
yea didnt think so!
Yes they were. PM sent with a little more info.home brew said:My 29 Nash has a Ross steering box. The name rings a bell for some reason.
Where they used in the track roadsters of the 30's and 40's? Does anybody have any other info on them?
I'm not sure what they are but you may be able to find them on this site:h0trod389 said:shat man.... I'LL TAKE IT!!! thats bad!
ill pm you a lill later....
heres my tail lights
THEY say there 35 poncho.... got a clue?
also... red bulbs or should i paint the glass red?