Bill, would these parts allow me to build a rep-stock '32 using the Revell kits? I've always heard such nice things about them, but the whole rod thing doesn't really light my fire.
What I've got mastered so far is hot-rod stuff but I can come up with stock front / rear ends without too much difficulty. I'm looking into how much stuff I'd need to do to make parts mix-and-match with each other and fit the Revell bits as well.
Replicas & Miniatures Co. of Md. has had, for many years, most of the traditional parts you are looking for.
I'll need to look at their product line and see where the gaps are, if any. I'm thinking a couple different front axles with several drops, hairpins, split-wishbones in a couple of styles, and multiple rear ends...maybe 2 styles of quick-change, a stocker (they'd all use the same axle bells), and a Columbia, plus '39 style juice brakes and stock style mechanical backing plates too. Most of this stuff is already available from old kits, but it all takes work to fit it to the Revell chassis correctly. I'm thinking of a complete chassis as well, with a separate K-member, 2 rear crossmember options and 2 front crossmember options. Really need to check R&M though before getting too carried away. It's a good bit of work to make it happen, and if R&M already has the market covered, there's no point in me duplicating their effort.