Speedway 1933-34 Ford Reproduction Frame Rails
33-34 Ford Model 40, 33-34 Ford Sedan Delivery, 1934 Ford Model 40 A, Steel, Natural
- One-piece 11-gauge stamped steel with original bead
- Welding and fabrication skills required. All mounting and fender holes are drilled
- Fits 1933-'34 Ford model-rails are same for roadster, coupe & sedan
- Built exactly to the original '33-'34 Ford specifications
- Works perfectly with all original '33-'34 parts
Speedway's 1933-1934 Ford reproduction frame rails are the perfect foundation for your Hi-Boy style project. These one-piece, 11-gauge steel stampings are made to original specifications and show a fine attention to detail.
Welding and fabrication skills required.
- All mounting and fender holes are drilled
- Fits every 1933-34 Ford model - rails are same for roadster, coupe & sedan
- Built exactly to the original '33 - '34 Ford specifications
- Works perfectly with all original '33 - '34 parts
- Also fits any parts that follow the original specifications
916-57008 Instructions (PDF)
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