United Pacific Industries
(866) 327-5288

Steel 1932 Ford five-window coupe body shells are now available from United Pacific Industries! These Officially Ford Licensed reproduction bodies are built with quality and authenticity in mind. Beginning with steel of equal or greater thickness as original, each panel is stamped on handcrafted permanent steel dies to ensure every detail is preserved. These completely assembled bodies come coated with EDP (Electro Deposit Primer) inside and out.

Bodies are stock height and supplied with doors, door latches, trunklid, interior garnish moldings, windshield frame, and complete hardwood assemblies pre-installed.

Bodies are available in four configurations, including solid roof and cowl vent deleted.

Panels and components also available individually for those restoring an original five-window.

Woody's Hot Rodz
(855) 567-1957

Woody's Hot Rodz is proud to announce that the original "Hot One" is once again HOT! For generations the Tri-Five Chevy has helped shape the landscape of American car culture. These iconic cars have continued to be in the spotlight since they first rolled off the assembly lines in the 1950s. The Hot One is once again available as an all-new steel body that is assembled in the United States. The 1955 and 1957 bodies are now available in convertibles, hardtops, and sedans. For a complete and ready-to-go package, the entire body structure is offered fully assembled, welding completed, doors pre-hung and fitted, decklid pre-hung and fitted. Both 1955 and '57 hardtops, convertibles, and sedans are available through Woody's Hot Rodz. Bodies start at around $14,000, while complete "fenders-to-fins" packages are only $19,700 (includes body, doors, decklid, and complete front end). Woody's has also developed full roller packages that include either an Art Morrison chassis or their Gasser straight-axle chassis or their A-Arm Cruiser chassis.

Steve's Auto Restorations
(503) 665-2222

Steve's Auto Restorations (SAR) in Portland, Oregon, has announced that this will be their final run of the Real Steel 1934 roadster body. Quantities are limited! SAR offers a 1933-34 roadster and roadster pickup bodies. The bodies are built using die-stamped 18-gauge sheetmetal components that are assembled in precision fixtures by SAR's experienced craftsmen. Bodies are fully welded and feature full internal steel reinforcements, fit and hung doors featuring “bear jaw” latches and strikers, firewall, floor, hinged decklid, smooth cowl top, and stock-style door hinges. Both bodies are designed to fit a stock frame but will also fit many aftermarket frames as well. SAR offers a deluxe package, which includes a rolling chassis or they can build your roadster as a complete turnkey in their award-winning shop.

New Age Motorsports
(203) 268-1999

Fool all your friends at the cruise night with the unbelievable authenticity of a New Age Motorsports (NAM) fiberglass body.

With accurate original features like driprails, bead lines, and reveals, hot rodders at any experience level will think you're the proud owner of an original Deuce. Ruggedly built, these bodies will take chassis-twisting torque with ease, and can be trusted to last for generations.

Deuce roadster and coupe bodies come equipped with a 1-1/2-inch round tube internal structure to support hinges and latches for the life of the car. Poplar hardwood is used as a solid base for easy upholstery attachment. NAM offers no shortage of available bells and whistles to complement the body's substantial constructive qualities.

Their bodies are easily tailored to meet the styling demands of the most particular rodder, or to replicate the American Graffiti coupe to the greatest possible extent.

With a broad selection of factory and modern-day options available, the NAM body is by far the most detailed, solidly built, easily finished body on the market today.