Speedway 1932 Ford Street Rod Frame Assembly
1932 Ford Model B
Order the frame and your choice of front axle and rear end options. We start with a pair of new stamped steel frame rails that are installed in a precision jig to ensure the finished frame is square and true. We then install the tubular center crossmember and box the frame with our exclusive plating system (patent pending) in the critical engine bay area. This is a feature not available anywhere else and is a Speedway Motors exclusive.
- New stamped frame rails
- New 1" dropped front crossmemeber
- Front panhard bar bracket
- Front 4-bar frame bracket
- Front shock mounts
- Tubular cross member
- Brake pedal & master cylinder mount (manual or power)
- S/B Chevy motor mounts
- Cross member allows use of TH350, TH400 or 700R4 transmissions
- Vega steering box mount
- Triangulated rear 4-bar brackets
- Upper rear shock mounts
- Hidden rear sway bar
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