"Some Assembly Required..."

1932 Ford Deuce Steel Frame.

When it comes to building custom cars, hot rods, or restorations, the final assembly is the "home stretch". All the dirty work is done (you hope), and it's tiime to see if it will all go together as planned.

Deuce Factory stainless steel axle. Deuce Factory spindels.

Up front, the Deuce Factory stainless steel axles and spindels are suspended by a Durant Enterprises mono-leaf spring. The wishbones are stock 32's that have had the front ends cut off and replaced with those from 40 Ford wishbones to fit the thicker axle.

Dropping Y-block into frame. Dropping Y-block into frame.

Time to drop the Y-Block into the frame.

Winters Quickchange rear end assembly

Winters Quickchange rear end assembly for V8, (Torino big bearing), with 6-spline gear set (1-3/8, 22/25 teeth).

Winters Quickchange rear end assembly Rear view of chassis with motor and rear end installed.

Bilstein aluminum coilovers.

Bilstein 13" x 2.5"aluminum coilovers (R 240/50).

McLeod Industries Tremec 5-speed transmission.

The transmission is a McLeod Industries Tremec 5-speed .

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