We’ve been covering the Street Rodder Road Tour build for a few weeks now, but we’ve left out a very important part of the build–the chassis! Without the brand new chassis from Fatman Fabrications, our job would’ve been much more difficult. Check out what makes it cool!

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If you’ve seen the rendering for this year’s Street Rodder Road Tour ’51 Ford, then you know it’s gonna sit very low. When we got the Fatman Fabrications chassis in the shop, we quickly realized we would have to do a bit of work to make it sit where we wanted. Dipping into the hot…

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After a full frame-off restoration, Harold Coker’s 1913 American Underslung is ready to hit the road. As the guys get the car ready for the first few shakedown runs, Harold and Greg Cunningham offer some impressions of the car and the restoration for the camera. The American Underslung may very well be the first “lowered”…

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There’s no denying the fact that hot rodding was born from folks sticking a big engine in a lightweight chassis. Horsepower-to-weight ratio has always been a big concern, but things calmed down in the ’70s, when folks wanted to get out and drive without spending a ton of money on fuel. This trend is still…

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A household name with longtime hot rodders, Mike Goodman has been an Honest Charley Speed Shop employee for quite some time. He’s spent a lot of time behind the counter, and he’s also spent a lot of time behind the wheel of a hot rod. Back in the ’70s, he had one of the coolest…

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The last time we heard from Will Davenport, he was working on the chassis for his ’32 Ford project car, and now, he’s knee deep in Deuce parts, all of which came from Honest Charley. We want to sincerely thank Will for his business and we hope he keeps up a good pace on the…

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