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First we need to know just what you are working on some chassis are just fine for the intended purpose the way they were built..

The strongest is a full box section chassis so guys go that way when doing say an early ford where the original had a puny four cylinder and now they are putting in a blown big block or something..

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Welcome, I looked at you Journal and the frame on them are pretty stout, I would box it in the front about 3 feet and same with the back for minimum strength, although my rod is boxed all the way through, I would also build a good frame support at trans mount for more strength, Looks like you got yourself a great start there. :thumbup:

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I agree, your frame looks pretty solid. How much HP are you going for in this car? Nice project, btw. :thumbup: I look forward to seeing this progress.

Once you mock up your engine & tranny & determine whether the existing x-member is in the right place, you'll have a better idea what you need to do to the frame.

I'm sure you'll get some more input once we get some close up pics.
 

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im not sure how much HP im going for but im going for a 350 chevy..
im so happy when you guys say that this is a good projekt..im so new at this and i wasnt sure at all by takin this car into my projekt..I dont know why but i like this car..its a cool car..and i got it quite cheap :mwink: ..but as i said, im not sure yet about the hp:s what do u think?..

KIM
 
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