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Engineering a 1934 Pro Street Street Rod



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Other Features:

These are some additional features of interest:


The "Twinlite" logo headlamps are repro's of Ford 9 inch "commercial" units.  They include a directional bulb.  We used amber.


Visibility to the rear is limited so side mirrors are critical.  These Billet Aluminum units are from Valley Auto Acc.


These billet units are from Big Al's.  The wiper motor/cable control is from Specialty Power.

Oil Cooler

A B&M Transmission Oil Cooler mounts angled under the passenger seat.  Stainless braded lines route oil from trans.

Third Brake Light

A "3rd" brake light is molded into the body ridge just below the rear window.  a "modern" touch.  Red light about license plate also illuminates with brakes.

Welding 4130?



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Welding Mild Steel Chassis's,  NASCAR?


Garage Floor (Click to See Page)

Spent lots of time on my back while building the Street Rod! Covered floor was a big help! Instead of epoxy,  used 1/8 inch thick tile (Lowes).    Less work than epoxy, not subject to peeling. No acid wash, just a dry clean surface needed. 


If your building a '29 to 34 Ford, some of the small details may your biggest challenge.  Click on one of the photos and you'll go to our "DETAILS" page.


Hose Bracket

Fuel Pump & Filter


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Modifying an 850 Holley for a ZZ 502 Chevy Big Block
Cooling a Chevy ZZ 502 Big Block in a Street Rod
 Adding 250 HP Nitrous to a ZZ 502 Big Block
MIG Gas Saver System $aves money !
3 Inch Stainless Exhaust System 
"Building the Body"  
"Construction Details Index"    
"Building Dash Extension"
"Building Stereo Wall"  
"Building Transmission Tunnel"  
"Fabricating the Interior"
"Other Fabricated Parts"
"WARNING: "Weld Safely"