I'm after a street/strip fordson with a definite lean towards the track. Must be ready to go, I'm not looking for a project!
I will pay good money for the right, quality built van....send me a PM and let me know what you have.
Has anybody found or used any pre-made rear arches on a 5cwt Fordson, to allow for bigger wheels?
Its for a guy in the USA, so maybe something available over there:beuj:
Any ideas would be appreciated.
As the title says. Will have the grille with me at the swapmeet in Essex this Sunday the 7th. Also a pair of 1930s bumpers supposed to be from a Delahaye. Suitable for a tail-dragger 1930s Ford or Chevy, etc, etc,100 QUID.
The bumpers are pretty decent but not new.
Still researching what front axle to go for and need some help from the Upright ford experts.
Is the axle from the 10cwt E83W Fordson van exactly the same as the upright pop or are the spindles heavier etc ?
pro street fordson van
I have for sale a 1954 pro street fordson van
£10,000 no engine or box or
£12,500 with engine & box
will post more details after hot roddrags
gearbox at present in for rebuild:tup:
Engine is a 355 sbc crower conrods,TRW 11-1 pistons, steel crankshaft, 4 bolt main...
Join Date: Jul 2009
Default fordson first time out
managed to air the fordson out for the first time today, still having a pain lining the rear end up, ie tyres sitting in the arches,getting there slowly,stance is not to bad,headers are 1 .1/2 inches of the floor,so speed bumps could...