Friday, August 5, 2011

Marc Chezepock's 1930 Model A Coupe

I ran across Marc's coupe while browsing the HAMB a couple days ago.  Great little '30 coupe on '32 rails!  Sits just right and done nice and clean.  Here's what he has to say about it:

"The car was built by a guy named Robert Frazier, out of Indiana.  I looked a long time to find this car, as I wanted a 30 on 32, AV8 with exactly this build stance.  Robert is about 70 years old, and has been building since he was a teenager.

30 A on a Brookvilled 32 chassis, split wishbones front and rear, second set of upper control arms in back with a panhard bar.  Coil-overs (wish it were sprung), 4" dropped Superbell front axle, 55 Buick 322 Nailhead, with a Turbo 400 transmission.  4.74x16 Firestones on front and 7.50x16 rear.  Exhaust routed through side of the frame rails. 4" chop and filled insert.  Runs straight as an arrow and has original WCFB carb, so it is reliable and dependable."

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