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How to Build a 1932 Ford Street Rod
by Jay Storer
This book covers the construction of the 2004 PPG/Street Rodder Road Tour Car, a 1932 Ford roadster replica. Follow along as the experts at Hot Rods & Custom Stuff in California construct a modern street rod using readily available aftermarket components, such as an LS1 Chevy engine coupled to a 4L60E tranny. The book has hundreds of photographs, tips and information for both first-time and old-time street rodders alike to help produce a street rod that expresses their individual taste and can be driven often and just about anywhere.
Inside you’ll find step-by-step instruction on chassis, suspension, drivetrain, body, interior and upholstery, plus a special introduction on the history of street rodding.
Although this book is a build-up on a specific model, it’s an invaluable resource of general information that can be applied to any street rod project.