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  • 02-01-2013, 10:09
    issigone
    the only thing with spitfire chassis is big ugly front bumper supports, herald is much better imo. (if doing as a rebody)
  • 01-01-2013, 19:21
    Chunky
    Give the wife the iphone and you commandeer the pc ... Simple. (or get yourself a laptop so you can slope off on your own

    Jon
  • 01-01-2013, 18:52
    OneBadDaddy
    Cheers farncombe,
    You sir, are a star.
    Just what I needed.

    I'd get in the pc n do some proper investigation if the wife would get off it for 5 mins.
    Lol.
    Very restricting doing everything on the iPhone. 👍
  • 01-01-2013, 18:39
    farncombe pop
  • 01-01-2013, 18:35
    OneBadDaddy
    Oops forgot.
    The rpu firewall/bulkhead is approx 29.5"
    Rear of cab is 37" ish.
  • 01-01-2013, 17:37
    OneBadDaddy

    T rpu on a spitfire chassis

    Hey gang,
    Ive been offered a good glass T roadster pickup body today, and seriously contemplating having it for a new project once the hardtail chop and Harley are finished.

    Do any of you guys kno if it'd fit ok on a spirfire chassis?
    Not too fussed bout building a period style rod, just something useable, fun and as an easy build.

    I've got the poss of a good rolling spitfire chassis complete with column, motor n trans but need to know if it's do-able before I commit to either the body or chassis.

    There's no bed with the body, but I figured it'd be better to make the pu bed to suit, as the dimensions could be be tweaked to make it aesthetically better.


    Any thoughts?

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