OK, here's my deal. 10 years ago I built a ‘34 chevy sedan using Outlaw body and chassis. It’s a street/strip, runs 11.30’s on the strip, and can still drive it on the street. But it’s not a good highway car. So I decided to build a second 34 that was more highway friendly. I started this one about 6 years ago,making it all steel. It’s a 2 door sedan that I chopped 3 1/2” in front and 3” in the back. All the wood has been replaced with steel. The floor pans are installed, the rear tubs are tacked in place, but not
totally welded. It has a 2” X 3” tube frame in the front suspension area, then a 2”X 4” tube to the rear.
The cross members have tunnels to accommodate the exhaust tubing. Has mustang front with Heidts control arms & spindles. Wilwood disc brakes. Power rack & pinion installed. Steering linkage installed.
Engine and Trans cross members installed. Has a blank SBC that I used to fit cross members. Has a Borg
Warner 4 speed, no drive shaft. Under the floor brake master cyl installed, the floor pan has an access
panel to the master cyl.
Rear suspension is 4 link with coil over. Has a new Dana 12 bolt posi narrowed with Moser axles. Disc brakes, of course. New aluminum fuel tank installed, no fuel lines.
All new tinted glass is cut and ready to install. Has new chrome alternator, new chrome PS pump. SBC chrome headers, still in the box Painless wiring harness with long leads so the fuse panel can be located in the back seat. New still in the box speedo and gauge combo. Front seats fitted and
mounted. Currently it has a ‘34 grill shell, but I have a complete, all steel front clip for it. No running boards, but do have rear fenders that are rough but usable.
I put this project in the warehouse 4 years ago, which is why it is covered in dust.