Bigger Bodies = More Fun

Tired of shoe-horning into your street rod or straining your neck to see the traffic signal?

Superior Glass Works produces a stretched ’32 Ford coupe plus 6 other roomier fiberglass bodies to choose from. Ride in comfort AND style.

Superior Glass Works offers several fiberglass street rod bodies built for those of you looking for a little more space to stretch out and really enjoy the ride. Their ever-popular ’32 Ford 3-window coupe combines a mild and user-friendly 2” chopped top with a 2.5” deeper cabin. To gain this much-needed interior real estate, the base of the back window has been kicked rearward, while the overall body


dimensions and proportions have been maintained. Two other ’32 Fords offered are an un-chopped vicky and one with a tasteful 2” chop. For topless cruising, their ’27 Ford roadster (with traditional grill shell or track nose) has 4” added to the depth of the cockpit.

Chevy fans, there is something for you too. A stock-height ’34 Chevy 3-window coupe is ideal for either an original looking, full-fendered hot rod, or a fenderless (and maybe channeled?) body for something more radical. The topless version, their ’34 Chevy cabriolet, has stretched doors, cockpit, and wheelbase (112”), yielding a passenger compartment that is 7” deeper than a ’32-’34 Ford roadster. The ’34 Chevy cabriolet is available with an optional fiberglass hardtop.

If you are looking to haul anything more than a toothbrush, you might consider one of the two Sedan Deliveries they build. The ’37-’38 Chevy Sedan Delivery is chopped 3”, but the windshield was only lowered half this amount to provide great forward visibility. The longer coupe doors have been added for easy access to the generous cabin. The ’33 Willys Sedan Delivery started life


as a race car, but its stunning looks make it a radical street rod. Build yours with two seats or four; either way there is plenty of room for your rod-run or road trip essentials.

All Superior Glass Works bodies are hand-laid with core mat added for strength and stiffness. A heavy steel structure is built throughout the body and is bolted through the floor into the chassis. This creates a rigid steel cage and provides solid mounting points for the hinges, latches and accessories. They also build custom chassis, in their own shop, for all of the bodies they build. This allows them to deliver a Complete Rolling Package with your new body assembled on your new chassis. No two hot rods are the same, and Superior Glass Works will take the time to discuss your project and build it exactly as you want. Serving rodders for over 30 years! Superior Glass Works – 800-731-0067 www.superiorglassworks.com

For more info contact Superior Glass Works at 888-731-7670 or go to our website at www.superiorglassworks.com

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