Street Rod Rollers

Q. What's the best way for most people to build a car? 
A. Start with a Rolling Assembly!

The engineering and fabricating is done. With optional powder coating of the chassis, most cars are only 80 to 100 hours of plumbing, wiring and assembly from their first shakedown drive!
  The body delivered in a rolling assembly is actually built on the chassis it is delivered with. Because of this approach, no shimming is required for proper door fit. When the body is removed for underside paint and further work on the chassis, it will usually require no adjustment when bolted back onto the frame.
  All rollers include front and rear suspension, drive train mounts, radiator mounts, fuel tank mounts, master cylinder-booster-brake pedal mounts, brake pedal, and all body mounts.
  Model A's include front and rear 4 bars with drop axle, early Ford spindles with disc brake conversion (requires customer supplied G. M. caliper), new rotors, bearings, drag link and Vega box mount. Customer can choose hairpins and a Super Bell I beam at no additional charge. Rear end consists of a narrowed 9" with resplined axles (no center section), rotors and caliper brackets (requires customer supplied G.M. caliper). We highly suggest the optional new John's Industries rear end housing and axles. This unit has a round back housing centered and includes new axles, new bearings, new seals, new hardware, and gasket. John's has a wide range of center sections and brakes available for this unit.
    In 32's and 34's customers can also choose a Posie semi-elliptical rear suspension instead of the tri-four bar. Rear shocks are included in the Posie kit. Coil over shocks must be purchased separately for the tri-4bar rears for '28 - '34 Fords. '33 - '34 Ford rollers can also be equipped with Mustang style front suspension with tubular arms and a polished rack at no additional charge. Willys rollers include 4 wheel disc brakes, narrowed 9" (no center section). '36-'37 Fords and Lincolns have tubular independent front suspension, Posie or tri-4 bar rears and can be set up for Air Ride Technologies components at no additional charge.
   Pro-Streeting available on any cars at an additional charge (Willys coupes and roadsters are already Pro-Street. Non Pro-Street is available).
  Chrome and stainless options are available on almost all suspension pieces. Steering columns installed, pinching, bobbing, C-notching, channeling, independent rear suspension and most anything else you dream of is also available.


1932 Rolling Chassis with 4 Bar Front Suspension


1932 Rolling Chassis with Hairpin Front Suspension


1932 Stage II Chassis


1941 Willys Chassis

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