Welder Series Step Notch Full Assembly
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How To Install a Universal Rear Step Notch Kit

The Welder Series Universal Rear Step Notch Kit is easy to assemble and install. The pieces fit together using alignment tabs to make clamping and welding a breeze. These kits are typically used in the custom car, truck and mini truck market to drop the frame past the rear axle. [Read More…]
1950 Chevrolet Styleline
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Arizona Window Delete on a 1950 Chevrolet Styleline

Arizona. They don’t need no stinkin’ windows. At 300+ sunny days a year, windows are usually down in older and classic rides without air-conditioning. In the life with its current owner, this 1950 Chevrolet Styleline never saw its windows closed. The solution, an Arizona Window Delete. [Read More…]
Chassis Body Swap
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Chassis / Body Swaps ~ An Overview

Classic and Custom Chassis / Body Swaps ~ An Overview of Swapping Your Classic Car, Truck or Custom Body to a Late Model Chassis and Drivetrain… [Read More…]
Welcome - Chevrolet 3100 Fitted with Suicide Doors
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How To Install Suicide Door Hinges

Suicide Door Hinges, arguably made best known among today’s hot rodders and customizers by the Lincoln Continental four-door convertible of the 1960s, are a popular customization. Not only do they add a high level of [Read More…]
Barn Door Tailgate Project - 1955 Chevrolet Truck
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Barn Door Tailgate ~ Project: 1955 Chevrolet Truck

For the 1955 Chevrolet Truck Project, we knew we wanted to do something cool with the bed. Sealing-off and tidying up the rail-ends, filling the post at the step and fully welding the header panel [Read More…]
Custom Center Console - 1955 Chevrolet Truck Interior
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Custom Center Console from Scrap Cab Corners

The ’55 Chevy truck customer wanted a custom center console, a stereo, and navigation, but did not want to cut into the dash. Many prototypes later we looking for a new solution. Discarded pieces of the truck’s cab had the perfect curves and shape we were looking for. [Read More…]
Project: Bomber '49
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Project: Bomber ’49

The car, a 1949 Ford shoebox was toast. D.J. tells us that he’s “wanted to do something like this for a long time, but wanted to do it differently”. D.J. really likes bomber planes and decided to wrap the rear-end in copper riveted aluminum. He worked on it one day a week for a year. [Read More…]