Speedway 1928-31 Ford Model A Street Rod Frame Assembly
- Speedway Motors makes it easy for you to get your car rolling with this Model A frame assembly which is engineered to accept our radius rod front axle and 4 bar rear suspension kits
- Includes: Fabricated frame rails, 1932 Ford front crossmember, Front shock mounts, Vega steering box mount, Front radius rod mounts, Hood hold down brackets, Manual brake pedal, Master cylinder mount
- S/B Chevy frame side motor mounts and a TH350 transmission mount are welded to the frame to make drivetrain installation a bolt in installation
- 32 Ford style front crossmember and Vega steering box mount makes installation of the front end quick and easy
- Fabricated frame rails are boxed for rigidity
Speedway Motors makes it easy for you to get your car rolling with our Model A frame assembly. This frame is engineered to accept our radius rod front axle and 4-bar rear suspension kits.
- Fabricated frame rails
- 1932 Ford front crossmember
- Front shock mounts
- Vega steering box mount
- Front radius rod mounts
- Hood hold down brackets
- Manual brake pedal
- Master cylinder mount
- S/B Chevy motor mounts
- TH350 transmission mount
- Rear 4-bar mounts
- Rear coil-over mounts
- Rear panhard bar mount
- Welded-in mounting nuts
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