Description or summary of the book: Every hot rod needs a good chassis, whether it's a traditional Model T track roadster, a Pro/Street fat-fendered Chevy, or something in between. In 'How to Build Hot Rod Chassis,' author Timothy Remus works with the pros at the SO-CAL Speed Shop, and other builders, to show you how to build a chassis that'll do the job right. Need to know what kind of spring to use? Don't know how to build a frame that's straight and square? This book shows you how, with detailed step-by-step how-to photo sequences. Chapters include information on planning your hot rod chassis, building a frame, front suspensions, rear suspensions, shocks and springs, brakes, hardware and plumbing, drivetrain and wheels and tires. There's also a detailed source guide that will help you find the parts you need, plus interviews with some of the country's top hot rod builders and stylists to lend valuable insight into hot rod building techniques and strategies.
Estimated reading time (average reader): 8H13M19S
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