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Jalopy How-To Part 2; The Frame
Topic Started: Jun 6 2010, 02:24 PM (939 Views)
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I`ll start by using the Revell `32 frame;
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The one on the left is marked for material to be removed. be careful no to cut the cross member off.
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Here is the frame after the junk has been removed and the cross member glued in place;
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It is at this point where you must decide if you are going to use a Banjo style rear end or a Quick change.
If you use the Banjo, use the cross member out of the `40 coupe kit. If you are going with a quick chage you will have to use a cross member out of a Model"A" kit.
The front mount and engine cover from the Revell `32 sedan can also be used.
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Trace the center of the cross member before glueing it into place, You will see why on a later installment.
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