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1934 Chevy Master Car Chassis
1934  Chevy Master Car Chassis
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Our Price: $9,950.00

Product Code: 1934MCRC
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Description
 
Our 1934 Chevy Master chassis are designed to work under our fiberglass bodies or original steel. While not an exact reproduction of the original, all original 1934 Chevy Master steel bodies and most other reproduction bodies will mount up without issue. The most notable enhancement we have made is pinching the rear frame rails inward approximately 2” on each side. When combined with mild wheel tubs, larger rear tires can be accommodated. Our frame rail has also been squared off and made a little deeper in the center of its length for added strength and a uniform look.

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, the Heidt's Mustang II is a good choice for both value and high-performance but an upgrade to a Kugel Komponents or Heidts Superide IFS is available for even more 'show and go'. In the rear, we spec this car with a triangulated 4-bar which works great for this size street rod. Leaf springs and/or air bags are optional upgrades.

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
Mustang II Independent front suspension, including:
  • Tubular A-arms
  • Hubs, 2” dropped spindles, and 11” disc brakes
  • Coil springs and shocks
  • rack and pinion steering
Complete rear suspension, including
  • New Ford 9" housing (no 3rd member)
  • New Dutchman axles
  • Wilwood 12” disc brakes with integral emergency brake
  • Triangulated 4-bar with QA1 or Alden coil overs

Power Brake Package, including:
  • Dual power booster/master cylinder, mounting bracket, and brake pedal

ADDITIONAL OPTIONS:

Front Suspension options:
  • Mustang II Options:
    • Power Steering - $200
    • Sway Bar, installed - $250
    • Coil-over shocks - $400
    • Polished Stainless Steel Control Arms - $1200
    • Wilwood calipers to match rear brakes - $400
  • Heidts Superide IFS - $1000
    • Inlcudes coil-overs and Wilwood calipers standard
    • Additional Superide IFS Options:
      • Polished stainless steel a-arms & ball joint caps - $1350
      • Power rack and pinion steering - $200
      • Sway Bar, installed - $250
  • Kugel Komponents IFS - $1000
    • Inlcudes coil-overs, sway bar, and Wilwood calipers standard
    • Additional Kugel IFS Options:
      • Tubular stainless steel a-arms - $300
      • CAST stainless steel a-arms - $400
      • Polish and Chrome Show option for either of the above, $650
      • Power rack and pinion steering - $350 ($450 for chrome)
  • Pete & Jakes Dropped-Axle Suspension - $1000
    • Additional 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
Rear Suspension Options
  • Polished stainless 4-bar with chrome springs - $225
  • Sway bar, torsion style, installed - $400
  • 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 - $575 ($900 in stainless)
  • New Ford 9” 3rd member, Posi/Tru-Trac - $1100
  • Chassis powder coat (includes rear axle and misc brackets) - $1200
  • Auto transmission cooler, 20” finned aluminum, installed - $150
  • 16 gallon fuel tank, installed at rear of frame - $450 ($700 with LS1 fuel pump)
    • Install fuel line to engine bay - $200

** 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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