Austin Baker's '34 Ford Three Window coupe is one of our Frame & Body packages. But this coupe has a few special touches that make it a bit unique. Check it out below.
To make room for a bit bigger tires the inner fender well is removed from the body.
The frame has been cut and moved in to clear the tires.
Here the shock crossmember is being put in place.
A bit more room is also needed in the tunnel area. With a blown motor going in, the engine needs to be moved back. The area marked will be cut out.
Here you see the body back on the frame with the inner fenders removed.
The tunnel area has been cut out to clear the transmission.
The polished Halibrand rear is positioned in the chassis and the rear suspension is being installed.
The shock crossmember is in place and we're about to finish up the rear.
Another shot of the rear showing the c-notch in the frame and the ladder bars.
With the chassis removed from the jig, Jonathan is bolting on the rolling stock.
Here's the rolling chassis ready for the body.
A good shot of the master cylinder and the brake lines with residual valves installed.
The rear brake line runs along the shock crossmember and held in place with brake line clamps.
The completed body and frame ready for delivery.