Might you have any friends in Denver that would be heading your way?
Nice rust free frames here - and I happen to have one for sale
Are they brand new? This will be good to know as a last resort. But I really would love a brand new frame. The thing of it is, I'll prolly never get a brand new car, but if I can make one piece by piece then I'll be happy with that.
1976 Porsche 924 Champion Edition
SOLD - 95' Geo Tracker 4x4 w/ Manual Hubs | 2DR - Hard Top
So I am thinking of keeping this tracker, but the thing is 17 years old. I was wondering where I can get a brand new frame and swap everything over, engine etc. Has anyone ever done this?
Links to where I can buy a NEW frame plz and thank you.
Responding only to the "has anyone done this" thing.
A 1932 pickup frame ran about $4500. The thing is there is a demand for 1932 frames because you can't really find used ones in good shape. I bet you can find a great rust free frame and get it media blasted then painted and have a great solid frame that will last for a long long time.
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