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  1933 Chevy Master Chassis

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Our Price: $10,750.00

Product Code: 1933MCRC
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Description
 
Our 1933 Chevy Master chassis is an exact reproduction of the original frame shape and size for all Master/Eagle series bodies. Heavy gauge, fully boxed steel frame rails further strengthened with an X-member provide a solid foundation for a modern street rod. We can build yours with a traditional axle front end, or make it handle like a modern sports car with independent front and/or rear suspension systems. For an independent front, we recommend the Kugel Komponents IFS. We worked closely with Kugel to design a custom crossmemebr that permits using the original core support and front fender braces. (Note: The Mustang II IFS is not recommended for this body due to the front fender-to-frame design which is similar to a ’32 Ford. In the rear, the triangulated 4-bar is a good choice given the size and weight of these cars.

The following describes our 'standard' Complete Rolling Package that can be used as a starting point for planning your custom build.  Each chassis is built to your specs and we can typically accommodate special requests or build features - just ask!
Features
  • COMPLETE ROLLING CHASSIS

    Perimeter Frame
    • 10 gauge steel frame rails, fully boxed
    • motor mounts and removable transmission drop-out installed (to your spec)
    • tubular X-member or K-member center section
    Front Suspension – your choice of:
    • Pete and Jakes dropped axle front-end with Vega steering box OR Kugel Komponents IFS with rack and pinion steering
    • Both are complete hub-to-hub with all steering arms, rods, etc. and disc brakes
    Complete rear suspension, including:Triangulated 4-bar with QA1 or Alden coil over shocks
    • New Ford 9" housing, no 3rd member
    • New Dutchman axles
    • Wilwood 12” rear disc brakes with integral parking brake
    Power Brake Package, including:
    • Dual power booster/master cylinder, mounting bracket, and brake pedal

    ADDITIONAL OPTIONS:

    Solid front axle options:
    • Chrome front shocks - $35
    • Chrome front tube axle - $250; Chrome Superbell I-beam axle - $350
    • Chromed Hairpins - $125
    • Front axle Chrome Package – everything chromed - $1000
    • Front axle Show Package Upgrade for axle front end - $1800
      • replaces chrome rods with stainless steel
      • replaces GM calipers with polished Wilwood units
      • stainless pitman arm
    • Unisteer Cross-Steer rack and pinion (replaces Vega box) - $100
    Kugel Komponents IFS options:
    • Phase I IFS, with stainless steel a-arms - $300
    • Phase II IFS, with CAST stainless steel a-arms - $400
    • Polish and Chrome Show option for either of the above, $600
    • Power rack and pinion steering - $250 ($350 for chrome)
    Rear Suspension Options
    • Polished stainless rear 4-bar with chrome springs - $225
    • Kugel Komponents Independent Rear Suspension – starting at $3750
    Other Options
    • Steel brake lines installed with residual valves, brake light switch, and Earls braided lines to calipers - $525 ($850 in stainless)
    • New Ford 9” 3rd member, Posi/Tru-Trac - $1100
    • Chassis powder coat (includes rear axle and misc brackets) - $1000

    ** If there is an option you want but don't see listed, just ask!  If you have seen it at a car show or in a magazine, we can do it!


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