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Iron Trap 1933 Ford Project: Now That The Channel Job Is Set, The Stance Gets Set


Iron Trap 1933 Ford Project: Now That The Channel Job Is Set, The Stance Gets Set

Matt at Iron Trap does some really cool stuff and is always fun to watch. His builds always make me want to build a 1930’s or 1940’s ride and this one is no different. This 1933 Ford is one that they bought as a pile of parts and along with all the other ’33 Ford parts he’s recently collected, and the stuff he’s had stacked up in the shop, he’s putting this one together. The wedge style channel job is something I dig and love the look of, and I think you will too. So check out what they have going on in this episode, where the classic hot rod stance is set and the suspension is in place.

Video Description:

At the end of the last video Matt was able to get the body mocked up and had a fairly good idea on how the body was going to sit. Before the body gets locked in we need to roll the chassis outside and look at the car from a distance to get a good look at the proportions. The spring behind rear end currently wants to flip around without any form of rear radius rods. Today Matt is going to work on creating custom front and rear mounts for a pair of chrome rear rods. After Matt finishes up the mounts it is time to roll the car outside and take a good look. We think it looks amazing, let us know in the comments below what you think!!


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