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'32 Ford 2dr sedan, chopped real-steel

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Approximate 2.5" chop, hood and frame lengthened 2". Smallblock Chebby, dropped front axle on hairpins, quick-change rear, '40 Ford juice brakes with finned Buick drums. Chop and body metalwork done by Josh Mills.

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Edited by Ace-Garageguy

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Posted · Report post

Oooh, that would work! :wub:

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You know, it's nice to see good, solid, welds that have been cleaned up instead of some rusty, booger welded garbage that I'm afraid to fart in the vicinity of.........

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Posted · Report post

That's really nice,,

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That long nose gives it a good look! I want to chop the roof on something soo bad...

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Is it for sale?

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Posted · Report post

Nice to see one highboy style.

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Is it for sale?

Nope. The owner originally wanted it chopped 4 or more inches, but Josh talked him into just 2.5, and he's REALLY happy with it. Next stop paint (a deep, non-metallic blue) and then interior (leather, but in a traditional style).

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