1947-1954 Chevy 1/2 Ton Pickup Truck Frame Rails
47-54 GMC, 47-54 Chevy, Steel, Natural, 7 Gauge Thickness
Build a firm foundation for your vintage 1947-54 Chevy 1/2 ton pickup without picking up a welder! This innovative line of chassis components from Speedway Motors allows the do-it-yourself rodder to assemble a frame using only basic hand tools and a drill.
- Laser cut from 7-gauge steel plate
- Replicates shape and dimensions of original Chevy frame
- Welded on a rail fixture to ensure proper shape
- Ground and sanded to prep for finishing
- For '47-'54 1/2 pickups
Parts List (PDF)
NOTE: Finish will be plain steel, not powder coated as shown.
916-04754 Instructions (PDF)
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