Lo-Boy Instruction Manual
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You too can build a first rate 1932 Roadster with ordinary tools! This manual shows you how to do it, what you'll need and where to find it. It's full of photos, diagrams and step-by-step instructions. Should you purchase the Lo-Boy kit, the cost of the manual is completely refundable.
142 pages, b&w pictures w/ wiring schematics.
Item DetailsPrice of manual is completely refundable upon purchase of the Lo-Boy kit.
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"Test the water" before you buy the kit! This step-by-step manual has instructions, tips and photos... even suggested tools and parts sources. 91 pages, b&w photos with wiring schematics.
Cost of the manual is completely refundable upon purchase of the kit.
If you have ever wanted a 1932 Roadster but don't like the cramped cockpit, Speedway has the answer! We started with a clean slate and no expense was spared in the development of this classic street rod. By stretching the chassis and adding 2" to the length of the doors, you are able to get in and out of the car much easier. Also by moving the seat back 2", you have much more leg room and a smoother ride than an original 1932 Ford.
The Speedway Lo-Boy has been one of the most celebrated kit cars ever. Featured in Hot Rod Magazine, Street Rodder, and Rod & Custom Magazine, this car has recieved a great deal of publicity and acclaim. Correctly styled and authentically reproduced, the Lo-Boy Roadster revitalizes the hot rodding spirit that made the 1932 Ford a legend in America’s automotive history books. Designed for nostalgic originality, the Lo-Boy features a unique channeled look, which was quite popular in the early days of hot rodding.
The Lo-Boy body kit features a reinforced fiberglass 1932 Ford Roadster reproduction body, custom floor pan with transmission and driveshaft tunnel, passenger compartment bulkhead panel and trunk floor pan. It also includes functional doors with inner panels installed, as well as a deck lid with inner panel installed. Door jam structure braces, integral rear roll pan and rubber body mounting pads are also included.
The body sits upon our custom 106" wheelbase chassis (sold separately). It is a unique tubular design that channels the body over the frame rails for a nostalgic look.
This product is made to order so quantities may vary. Please allow six to eight weeks lead time.
Body Kit includes:
- Roadster body
- Floor pan
- Passenger compartment rear bulk head
- Trunk floor pan
- Dash panel (smooth)
- Doors w/ inner panels installed
- Deck lid w/ inner panel installed
- Door hinges & brackets (hidden)
- Slimline Bear Jaw door latches
- Door striker plates
- Deck lid hinges
- Deck lid latch assembly
- Rubber body mount pads
See more photos of the Lo-Boy here.
If you have ever wanted a 1932 Roadster but don't like the cramped cockpit, Speedway has the answer! We started with a clean slate and no expense was spared in the development of this classic street rod. By stretching the frame and adding 2" to the length of the doors, you are able to get in and out of the car much easier. Also by moving the seating position back 2", you have much more leg room and a smoother ride than an original 1932 Ford.
The custom 106" wheelbase chassis is a unique tubular design that channels the body over the frame rails and includes the front and rear crossmembers, center K-member, and rear Panhard bar frame mount (installed). Also installed on this frame are the headlight mounts, front upper shock mounts, front radius rod mounts, and front spring mounts.
This frame is made to order. Please call for an estimate on lead time.
- Square tube steel frame rails
- Front & rear tubular steel kick-ups
- Tubular steel center K member
- Welded, mounted suspension brackets include:
- front crossmember
- front spring perch
- shock/headlight mounting tubes
- front radius rod mounting brackets
- center K member
- rear spring mounting pads
- rear shock mounting tabs
- rear Panhard bar mount
- fuel tank support tube (not installed)
- under engine crossmember (not installed)
- 4" drop transmission crossmember (not installed)
This manual shows you how to assemble one of our 1923 T-bucket or 1927 T Roadster kits. It's full of photos and step-by-step instructions to clearly illustrate the assembly process. Manual now includes chapters on installing the engine and drivetrain, preparing and intalling the body, windshield, wiring, and even how to install upholstery.
If you're considering a T-bucket purchase, you can purchase this manual first to see what it takes to build it yourself. The manual's price is fully refundable with the purchase of a 1923 or 1927 T kit.
NOTE: This manual provides detailed examples on the assembly of a traditional T-bucket. The manual does not provide in detail the assembly of our Tribute-T, but can be used as a generic reference to cover basic concepts.