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How to Build a Traditional Ford Hot Rodby Mike Bishop
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Build your own flathead roadster just as it would have been built in the 1950s! Using a 1929 Ford Model A, this guide follows its construction from start to fantastic finish. Bishop begins with a wealth of expert advice on planning your project, finding traditional parts, and acquiring the tools, time, space, and services needed. From frame, front suspension and steering, to brakes, engine and transmission, Bishop's expert approach is fully illustrated with specially commissioned photos and line drawings.
A veteran motor journalist shows how to build a traditional Ford hot rod from start to finish, offering a wealth of advice on planning the project, finding traditional parts, and acquiring the tools, time, space, and services needed.
About the Author
Motor journalist Mike Bishop grew up in Southern California making his life-long involvement in hot rodding and racing inevitable. He has been an editor for Do-It-Right Publishing, Clymer Publishing, American Rodder Magazine, and has contributed to a number of Hop Up Magazine issues.
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