A Guide to Building a 1934-'35 Chevy
By Jay Storer

Jay Storer in conjunction with the staff at Street Rodder magazine have completed another excellent tech manual for the street rod enthusiast. This time the crew at Boyd Coddington's assembled an all-aftermarket 1934 Chevy for the 2006 PPG Street Rodder Road Tour.
The tech manual explains how Boyd Coddington's staff pieced together a brand new '34 Chevy from top to bottom, inside and out.
"A Guide to Building a 1934-'35 Chevy" is accompanied by hundreds of photos taken by the Street Rodder magazine staff that will make it easy for the "new" as well as "experienced" street rod enthusiast to follow along in the build. On top of all the technical aspects covered, Street Rodder magazine editor Brian Brennan shows how he was able to legally register the Road Tour '34 Chevy in the State of Califorhia.

Table of Contents
Chapter One - Introduction
Chapter Two - Chassis
Chapter Three - Drivetrain
Chapter Four - Exhaust
Chapter Five - The Body
Chapter Six - Body Prep and Paint
Chapter Seven - Pre-upholstry Phase
Chapter Eight - Electrical and HVAC
Chapter Nine - Interior
Chapter Ten - Final Details
Chapter Eleven - Registration
Chapter Twelve - Feature: From The Ground Up.
About the Author

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A Guide to Building a 1933 - 34 Ford Roadster
By Jay Storer
The book covers the construction of the PPG/Street Rodder Road Tour Car for 2003. A 1933 Ford roadster replica, the car was assembled by Barry White's Street Rod Repair Company from modern, readily-available aftermarket components that anyone at home could put together. The book has hundreds of photographs, tips and information to help first-time and old-time street rodders alike.

Cover
Title Page
Table of Contents
Chapter One - Introduction
Chapter Two - Chassis
Chapter Three - Drivetrain
Chapter Four - The Body
Chapter Five - Body and Prepwork
Chapter Six - Pre-upholstry
Chapter Seven - Electrical
Chapter Eight - Interior
Chapter Nine- Final Details
Appendixes
About the Author

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A Guide to Building a 1935 - 40 Ford
By Ron Ceridono & Jason Walker
The book covers the construction of the 2005 PPG/Street Rodder Road Tour Car. A 1936 Ford roadster replica, the car was assembled by Hot Rods By Dean. This car was built from Street Rodder magazine advertiser components and can be replicated by the use of these products. With step-by-step instructions and tips on chassis, drivetrain, body, electrical, and more this is a great asset to anyone building or repairing their own 1935 - 1940 street rod.
Table of Contents
Chapter One - Introduction
Chapter Two - Chassis Construction
Chapter Three - Drivetrain
Chapter Four - Body Construction and Paint
Chapter Five - Brakes, Electrical, and Plumbing
Chapter Six - Upholstery
Chapter Seven - Bits and Pieces
Chapter Eight - Lubricants
Chapter Nine - 2005 PPG/Street Rodder Road Tour
Appendix
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A Guide to Building a 1932 Ford
By Jay Storer
This helpful book covers the construction of the 2004 PPG/Street Rodder Road Tour Car. Randy Clark and his crew at Hot Rods and Custom Stuff in Escondido, California took care of construction and assembly. This car was built from modern, readily available aftermarket components that anyone with a little amount of automotive experience and enthusiasm can build. With step-by-step instructions and tips on chassis, drivetrain, body, electrical, and more this will be a useful guide to anyone building or repairing their own 1932 Ford.
Table of Contents
Chapter One - Introduction
Chapter Two - Chassis Construction
Chapter Three - Drivetrain
Chapter Four - The Body
Chapter Five - Body Prep and Paint Work
Chapter Six - Pre-Upholstery
Chapter Seven - Electrical, Heat and A/C
Chapter Eight - Interior
Chapter Nine - Final Details
Appendix
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