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Part 1: The Backyard Builds 1936 Ford Goes From 5 Windows To 3 Windows. Chopping It Up For A Cooler Look.


Part 1: The Backyard Builds 1936 Ford Goes From 5 Windows To 3 Windows. Chopping It Up For A Cooler Look.

Chopping up 1930’s hot rods makes some people cringe, but to me there is nothing finer than a properly done chop top. With the right lowering of the lid, you can really see a hot rod come together. In this video series from the guys at Backyard Builds in Australia you’ll see this 1936 5-Window Ford get chopped up to become a 3-Window and then also receive a 3-inch chop top.

I’m excited for this series as it inspires me to find some 30’s or 40’s ride to chop the top on.

Does this kind of video inspire you? Let us know in the comments section below.

Video Description:

Welcome back to backyard builds, Zach has brought his dream car, a 1936 ford coupe. He has brought a 5 window, so in this build he will convert the car to a 3 window coupe while adding a 3 inch chop. The car was an ex tin top speedway car the car was rolled on to its roof cause the damage, making this the perfect car for this project. Massive thanks to Lucky’s speed shop for their help and guidance in this project.


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One thought on “Part 1: The Backyard Builds 1936 Ford Goes From 5 Windows To 3 Windows. Chopping It Up For A Cooler Look.

  1. Chicokid

    No inspiration at all. I’m sure they is fine fellas but how many times has a 30s/40s car has had its top chopped? What’s the bfd of showing another?

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