We are proud to offer 1947-1954 Chevy Pickup Custom IFS Chassis.The frame features main rails with an extended height from 6” to 8” for increased rigidity and clearance between upper and lower x-members while still retaining the original profile.We offer chassis for cruising, autocrossing, drag racing, or fully polished show-stoppers and anything in between.We offer a wide variety of options that allow you to custom tailor a chassis to meet your specific needs.are "Living Documents" -- They will never be "finished" products.You (we) will be continually adding to these and refining them. We've got a Tech Tip series in the works on engine rebuilding!Available engines were a 6.2-liter and 7.2-liter V-8s.
The following pages contain everything from complete chassis to IFS kits, sheetmetal to rubber, and probably a little of everything in between-but even more important, where to get it!If the picture is so big you can't see all of it on your screen, all you have to do is hold down CONTROL and move the mouse wheel up and down to resize!The Road Draft Tube survived many years as Chevy's way of eliminating crankcase gases, so most of us don't consider changing anything, but it has its drawbacks. It simply means pulling the unwanted and unclean gases out of your crankcase using the engine's vacuum pressure. Because the 216/235/261 engines were the last to not have PCV from the factory, it is not hard to adapt them.One copy — still barely surviving — was discovered by Peter Hubbard for his Junkyard Dog collection.The Dodge Monaco started life as a full-sized line in 1965 based on the outgoing Dodge Custom 880 competing with the Ford LTD, Chevrolet Impala and the Plymouth Fury.