1932 Ford Tudor
The pieces were then welded in,
and the welds were ground smooth.
Before the windshield post could be welded in place the front section of the top had to be fixed. When the top was chopped, it had been narrowed and was not properly aligned when it was welded.The only way to fix this was to remove it and put in the right place.
After cutting the front section off, it was split in the middle to align the pieces.
After the pieces were properly aligned, they were welded in place.
Here is the car after the top was raised.
When the car is completed it will have a `58 Corvette motor, three speed with overdrive transmission, 9" ford rear end, and Buick brakes.