We're building a 1932 Ford 5 window coupe replica. It's going to have a 350 crate
motor with 4 Stromberg 97 carbs, 700R4 transmission and of course,
it has to have chrome reverse wheels!
All the welding is done on the frame, everything has been bolted together, the brake lines
have been run and all brackets have been welded on the rear end.
Time to take it apart and send it the paint shop!
Back from the paint shop ( Big Jims)
The engine and transmission are mounted, the headers are installed. The rear end has been
taken apart ,cleaned, painted and new seals installed.
Brake lines are done. Just a few odds and ends left to do....
The body should be here the first week of January.
The body is here and it's a great body!

Looks like I'll be building a pickup truck too...
Body mounted to the frame
Power window and door latch
Trial fitting of door skin
Hinged the dash for access to
the master cylinder and fuse
Tilt column and shifter installed.
Trans. tunnel formed.
Steel cage under dash and
master cylinder mount.
Steel cage on rear quarter
Hinge support inside doors.
Support for trunk hinges and
prop rod.
Trunk latch mount
Chopped steel grille shell and
American Grafitti style rear
Fender mounts fabricated and
fenders mounted.
Back from the first drive!
Couldn't find a linkage I liked, so I
made it myself...
The car was painted at Big Jim's in Marseilles Il. it looks fantastic!
I'm looking forward to building another one, if your interested give me a call at
815-674-9080 or email bill@kelleysclassics.com and we'll see what we can do to put you
behind the wheel of your very own Hot Rod!