1939 Chev (B.C. Registration)
(my Covid 39 project) – This solid steel survivor is back on the frame so a large shop isn’t necessary.
The opportunity to find a car like this is getting very difficult.
This is the first Chev to be designed in a wind tunnel. One of the most desirable cars to hot rod from the late 1930’s fat fendered era.
Just completed (Covid project) fully complete running chassis with body back on, all steel restoration.
70 Chevelle front end professionally installed, seamlessly into boxed 39 frame. Perfect strong, reliable front end easily and economically degradable to whatever handling performance a person could want. All front end body supports allow for perfect install of hood and fenders. (That is a serious issue with poor front end installs).
Large front discs, coil springs
1″ sway bar.
Rear 2-1/2″ x 10″ finned drum brakes for maximum cooling.
Everything new. Master cylinder
Mounted under floor with remote reservoir.
Lokar Emergency Brake system
400 cu in small block Chev motor (widely sought after but getting scarce GM 3951511) with 600 Holley on an Edelbrock high rise.
MSD Electronic Ignition
Gas from new gas tank supplied by Holley electric fuel pump with steel gas lines.
Turbo 350 with American Shifter
Tilt steering wheel
Custom, balanced drive shaft
Body- front floor pans, rocker panels and tail pan are replaced professionally. No bondo. All repairs done with 20 gauge metal.
Undercarriage fully painted with Pacific Endura Polyurethane
( used on airplanes) .
Fenders/ inner fenders still need finishing but solid steel in excellent shape.
ALL parts and pieces are here. Glass intact.
Perfect spot to continue the project.
All the nasty stuff is done.