marc1122

Rolling chassis

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Looking for a rolling chassis from the late twenties to very early thirties with a wheelbase of 136 inches or greater.

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Yes that's what I am looking for. It's in Oregon and I am in Indiana. Shipping would be as much as the frame itself I am afraid.

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Just for your info.  A Friend of mine had a 1932 Buick Series 90 4 door body and chassis a few years ago.  All the wood was gone and the body needed plenty of help.  He sold it to a guy who wanted the body for a "Rat Rod" for $1000.  The buyer resold the chassis for scrap iron and got $900 for it.  The 33 Cadillac looks pretty good to me for a scrap iron price.

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A peerless could possibly work. Are they anywhere remotely close to Indiana?

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I have a 36 Pierce Arrow chassis in western Mass. let me know if that does you any good.

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I have a 1928 Hudson chassis.  Also have two engines and a bunch of other parts.  I am in Vermont so it is a ways away.  Price would be $1500 for a full trailer load.

 

Bill Erskine

802-878-5303

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Posted (edited)

2 hours ago, old car fan said:

not sure of the wheelbase but I know of a few peerless frames

Around 140" and there may be value in the drums also.

Edited by Joe in Canada (see edit history)

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Posted (edited)

6 hours ago, marc1122 said:

A peerless could possibly work. Are they anywhere remotely close to Indiana?

There's someone in W. Ohio with 3 Peerless frames for sale for about $1300 total. Late 20's.....possibly 116" w.b., though theoretically they could be longer(118/120/126/128/130/138).

Edited by jeff_a (see edit history)

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