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Wanda Kyzer's 1932 Ford 3 Window Coupe

 

 

 

 

Bill Kyzer has his completed Model A (seen elsewhere on this site) and now wants to build a '32 Ford Three Window Coupe for his wife Wanda.

 

Pg 2 - Pg 3 - Pg 4 - Pg 5 - Pg 6 - Pg 7

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 Here's the body in the showroom waiting on the frame.

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Wanda's frame has been boxed and the front and rear crossmembers have been installed. Work is in progress on the tubular center crossmember.

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Here's the body placed on the frame. This is necessary to get the exact location for the brake pedal.

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The Pete & Jakes drilled I-beam, front suspension and brakes are being installed on the frame.

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Jonathan steps back to give it the evil eye.

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John is welding up the brackets on the rear end.

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The chassis is rolling and ready to set the body on.

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Jonathan is preparing the crate motor to be set into the chassis.

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With the body on, we can now fit the engine and transmission into the chassis and weld in the motor mounts.

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Here's the crate engine being lowered into the frame.

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The car is now rolling and the engine and transmission are installed.

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The Griffin radiator is fitted to the metal grille shell.

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Here's the hood fresh out of the box.

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The grille shell and radiator are bolted in and the hood is fitted. 

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Wanda's car is in the paint shop getting readied for the paint booth.

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Without hood sides, we need a way to latch the hood. Here we're fabricating our own latching mechanism using stainless rod ends and rods.

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The plan has now changed to include hood sides. Here the guys make a pattern for the passenger side.