Jane and I cleaned out the garage yesterday and I found some Deuce parts that I forgot I had from previous builds. I was able to put together a chassis with the exception of the frame rails. Jane thought I should build it to have something to do. I guess I need to order up some rails and get started. I will need to turn the jig over and make it fit the Deuce which is six inches shorter. The old school style will be with the Chassis Engineering X member and stock crossmembers. The fun will begin right after I finish the rear door on Pepe.
I will keep it short as I am heading to Edelbrock this morning with Jane.
Have a great weekend and enjoy the Kentucky Derby.
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Lou liked the looks of the “Baby” Hemi in his delivery and I do also.
This real deal has always been one of my favorites. Note the headlights!
Steadfast builds a very nice chassis and uses this 5″ dropped axle. Not sure who makes the axle (SO-CAL or JHRS) but I like it and it puts the front end down.
I cleaned out the garage yesterday and found these pieces for a Deuce. All I need now is a set of ASC rails. I even have the motor and transmission in inventory.
Rex at the Forge has this Deuce up for sale with some large diameter wheels and Duvall windshield.
Rex knows body work so you know the body is perfect.
If you like the 5-window then this one should start you dreaming.
If you prefer a Winterleaf Brown hiboy this is the one for you.
Sometimes you need to stay away from advertised old Ford for sale.
You are probably way ahead of the game by purchasing a done one like this old Denny Nish phaeton.
One of the best is Doyle’s old 3-window now owned by Bruce.
I love this view of the 3-window with the QC peeking out from under the tank.
Three-window Larry built a trend setter a few years ago and it is now in the BayArea.
I had the pleasure of taking care of this one for a while and Nick built a nice 3-window with the help of these gentlemen. (Boyd, Tom and Bob)
Roy can build you a nice sedan if you need more room.