The latest in the Street Rodder series of Road Tour manuals is A Guide to Building a Hot Rod Highboy Roadster Pickup It deals with the assembly from the ground up of the Shadow Rods XL27 roadster pickup The book contains all you will need to know when it comes to assembly of the chassis, powertrain, and body We document the construction of this hot rod roadster pickup while at the shop of Creative Concepts under the direction of Zane Cullen, one of the country s premier builders It is based on a custom Shadow Rods 32 Ford chassis with an I beam frontend, complete with Super Bell spindles, steering arms, and Wilwood disc brakes, yielding the traditional hot rod look The enhanced Model T 27 roadster pickup body is shaped to fit the robust dimensions of the 32 Ford frame Power for the hot rod comes via a 427 inch small block Ford, while a Gearstar automatic transfers the power back to the Wilwood disc brake equipped Ford 9 inch rearend from Moser Resting at the corners are Wheel Vintiques rims and Coker tires Additional information is provided on braking and wheel fitment to help you select the right components for your ride Also covered in this book is the effort put forth in the making of the C Cook Enterprises custom aluminum hood and race car inspired nose, and the extensive bodywork and application of the PPG paint You will also see how the Time Machines Unlimited interior, Painless Performance Products wiring, and Rod Tops folding convertible top were handled What you will find in this manual is how to build yourself a hot rod roadster pickup with the looks of a vintage hot rod but the modern performance found in today s components....
|Title||:||A Guide to Building a Hot Rod Highboy Roadster Pickup|
|Publisher||:||978 193523123 3 April 28, 2011|
|Number of Pages||:||180 pages|
|File Size||:||975 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
A Guide to Building a Hot Rod Highboy Roadster Pickup Reviews
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Very informative. Well done. Many great photos. Written so you can understand what they are doing.
I purchased this book for my husband who is a gearhead from way back. He really liked it and added it to his reference library. You really can't go wrong with this book.
nice step by step story on a restauration. easy to read, with enough info and tips to keep it useful
Beating panels and using references to my best advantage here.Hoping it looks and drives a good as the original, but a new toy to play with all winter is good too.
great book very clear as to how build was completed and great parts sources recomend have read this book several times
Great explain things and easy to understand