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- Harry Lipki
- Posts: 103
- Joined: January 26th, 2011, 4:32 pm
- Body Type: AA Chassis
- Model Year: 1928
- Location: London Ontario , Canada
We had to completly replace the entire deck , beams , and racks as the old ones were rotten . This was an aftermarket deck from day one . Also ignore the spare tire . It is there for show . It is acually a Model A wheel that a person donated to us for the project ( She found it under her shed ) It looks cool but will not fit . The only part that is original from the deck is the steel side rail . We used White Oak for the beams and Red Oak for the deck and racks . We also coated the Red Oak with Australian Timber Oil to keep the wood looking good. We premade the entire deck while the truck was getting painted .
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- Posts: 304
- Joined: August 21st, 2010, 7:28 am
- Body Type: 188-A
- Model Year: 1929
- Location: Milford, Indiana
Thank you so much can wait to get mine done so I can show it off.