Mark sent us these pictures of his Model A frame with this note:
Just thought I’d show you my progress on the ’28 Tudor.
Small Chevy w/ 700R4…..8″ Ford w/ S& W race car 4 bar set up with some tweaking.
I made my own frame and your parts helped out greatly.
Thanks very much for using Welder Series parts, Mark.
#WS2115 transmission saddle kit
#WS18600 rear coil over mount kit
8″ Ford Panhard kit
Here are two pictures sent in by a customer who recently installed our 56″ coil-over Mustang II kit in his 1950 Oldsmobile.
JF sent me these pics of a Riviera he’s building. While the whole project is a bit mind-numbing, I particularly enjoy the frame (since it uses a whole whack of our frame curves!)
I’m pretty confident you’ll be interested in a newish online TV show he’s doing, highlighting the build and sale of his yellow Chrysler wagon project. Also, here’s his website: www.desertspeedshop.com
Paul just got his 1937 Dodge humpback back from Grant Schwartz… could it sit any better?? Grant installed a Welder Series Mustang II kit and a new Hemi, along with some other frame work. Make a point to check out Grant’s website – lots of really neat projects, many using Welder Series parts!
Jeff (aka “Biscuit Eater” on the HAMB) is working on his first hot rod project – a ’29 Ford pickup. Recently, he bought some Welder Series parts and sent some pictures of his progress.
Thanks for using our parts, Jeff.
Jeff used our 28″ wide flat front crossmember… see how the extra-long channel creates the C notch for the spring?
You can see our driveshaft loop kit peeking out, as well as our universal rear panhard kit.
To check out the build thread on the HAMB, click here. Jeff, you’ll have $15 credit on account here at Welder Series ($5/per picture).
Grant Schwartz of Schwartz Inc. (check out his shop profile on our Shop Profile page) built a killer Model A frame using a bunch of Welder Series parts.
Paul Barber’s ’36 Dodge panel truck is getting a Welder Series Mustang II crossmember kit, and a new HEMI! Grant Schwartz is doing the work.
Garth Webb (Webber Chassis) has been in the area building cars for a long time. Conveniently, he’s about 100 feet away in the same industrial building. This has advantages for both of us – he gets to peruse the shelves (daily) when he needs a little bracket or some custom machining, and it’s good for us because… well, I think I already mentioned why. The latest project to squeeze through the doors is a 1957 Ford which will be getting a Welder Series Mustang II crossmember and some other frame work done. Since he’s so close, I’ll be posting some updates as the project moves along. Here are some pictures to kick off the party.
Here are some pictures of the front end install on this Ford:
Stolen on September 29th, from a house in Breslau Ontario. The owner is a very, very big man.
1948 Ford Business Coupe
502 BB Chev, Tubbed 9 inch Ford Turbo 400
Frenched Headlights, shaved and smoothed
Bright Red, Tan Interior- Custom painted dash and garnish mouldings
Salty (on the H.A.M.B.) is doing some major updates to his 1950 Chevy pickup truck, and documenting it all in this thread. He called a little while ago and asked if we could come up with a solution to mount his booster under the floor, but his frame was very narrow. Here’s a photo of what we came up with:
You can see how he brought the booster bracket up over the top of the frame rail until the booster was very close the the inside of the rail. He did the same thing to the pedal bracket – the bent plate actually sandwiches the pedal against the inside of the frame rail… you can’t get much tighter than that!