Iron Trap 1932 Ford “DeLorean” Roadster: Assembling The 32 “DeLorean” Roadster’s Painted Chassis & Rust Repaired Body
This week’s video is all about making the chassis and body one again. Paint has been done but the suspension and chassis need to come together and then go under the body that has had all the patch panels and rust repair done.
Iron Trap has got all kinds of great projects, but this ’32 Ford Roadster is going to be something. It’s weird to see them getting new parts for a car like this, but it is the right choice to make this car as “original” as possible. Check out the two videos below that show how this project is getting started and then follow along as we’ll bring you regular updates.
In the last video on the 1932 Ford Roadster, Matt and Steve got the frame and majority of the suspension painted. Today Matty David from Boltzzz is gonna show us how easy it is to assemble this 1932 Ford chassis in the “patina” finish. After getting the front and rear suspension assembled, rolled under the car, the chassis gets moved under the body and the two get mated together! It is an exciting time in the project where the total look is changing drastically at the end of every video. Hopefully next spring the 32 Roadster is ready for a test drive!!
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