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Corvette Rear End In A Street Rod, Car Wheel Spindle together with Polyester Briefs And Panties furthermore Ford Front Suspension Kits in addition further ford front suspension kits moreover car wheel spindle together with polyester briefs and panties.Combining the durability of the ever popular Ford 9inch rear end with the independence of a Corvette, this is bound to become popular Photo courtesy of Heidt's Hot Rod Shop This bolton rear disc brake conversion is from Stainless Steel.The original axle reference points must be duplicated on the street rod chassis and carefully verified before the crossmember is CORVETTE INDEPENDENT REAR SUSPENSION The Corvette IRS is every bit as popular as the early Jaguar.In How to Build Hot Rod Chassis, highly regarded hot rodding author Jeff Tann covers everything enthusiasts need to know about designing and building their new chassis and suspension system.It will be necessary to use radius rods, ladder bars, or a fourlink to locate the rear axle.housing front to back. This design does more to gain traction than provide a soft ride; therefore, it is used primarily for hot rods that may occasionally see some drag racing action. Often based on a nineinch Ford rearend and Corvette suspension, these new suspensions will provide plenty of cushion while Nowhere is that growth more apparent than in the wide range of independent rear suspensions available for the typical hot rod. Not long ago the options included mostly the converted Corvette or Jaguar rear suspension systems. A few of the Of course you don't want to go overboard, an independent dolled up Jag or Corvette rear end cost $7000 more, which is fine if money is no object. On my mos recent and last car I opted.for the polished aluminum Currie rear end and it looks I think this is the car that created the popularity of 1937 Ford street rods, including the swoopy threewindow and You can see the chromed leaf spring of the mid–1960s Corvette rear end, which was Westrope's other major change. ber 1956 These two Vettes (above left and above) belong to two members of the Rochester Corvette Club, Inc. of New York. John Wag staff s '70 convertible (left) has a stock 350inch smallblock, 4speed and positraction rearend. Personal touches to wheelbase, adding a Halibrand quick change rear axle with safety hubs and a Model A crossleaf at the rear. The front uses a split dropped axle that forms a swing arm front suspension with a.transverse Corvette spring and '40 Ford drums.