31 ford pickup

xnoregretsx

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ya 31.


has anybody ever centermounted some a arms n linked one of these things?


i was lookin at one that was channeled and had really wide beam/leaves it made me think about the possibilities of real off road capability

anyone have any info or pics?
im sure somebody has thought about makin a ratrunner before


http://image.hotrod.com/f/27119398/hrdp_1001_02+1931_ford_model_a_pickup+.jpg


am i the only one with stupid ideas like this??
or am i simply the only one who voices them :D
 

smokey

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Nothing useful, but that would be sweet! :cool:

I hope someone else chimes in with pics, because now I want to see one.
 

xnoregretsx

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would make a good corr super buggy type racer

maybe when i win the lottery ill make a vintage class requiring model a-t pickups pre 1935
lol



i want to see pics too .... if anyone knows if one has been built or has pics.. post them up plz!

i have a 31 cab cowl n bed... i was gonna build a 2x3 chassis n put it on air ride n chop the top but im considering just building a 2" tube chassis with with a bulkhead n some gnarly arms and a nice 3/4 link
 

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Seems to me there was a short course truck like that not too long ago. Of course "not too long ago" is a relative term. As I recall, it had a big engine too. Someone here should know about it.
 

atomicjoe23

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Just Hot Rod it. . .come on. . .that is SOOOO much fun. . .chop the top, channel the body, C-the frame, cut the floor out. . .

. . .the cool thing about hot-rodding is that there is no wrong answer and the more home-made it is, the better it looks. . .Hot Rods are great fun and relatively inexpensive if you don't go over to the dark side of hot-rodding!!!
 
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