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'67 Toyota Crown Ute - another air ride bagged project

 by kustombitz on 01 Apr 2021 |
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The Toyota Crown ute is progressing along, the body is fitting the modified original chassis and this is how it will look when it's dropped ... I think it has the right stance ... The framing you can see is holding the upper body together as the floor and lower sections are rusted away and have been cut out, then to be completely refabbed by us.  The frame allows us to lift the body on and off as we please during this stage.

1940 Ford Coupe chassis BBC 454 L80E 9" and air ride

 by kustombitz on 01 Apr 2021 |
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Kustom Bitz just completed a 35-41 chassis, stepped up at the rear and a reversed centre X member allow this chassis to sit 40mm off the deck. It runs a Rod Tech IFS, big block chevy and L80E auto, a 9 inch diff with floating hubs, all on modified original rails. Kustom Bitz has developed our own boxing plates that suit the original rails near on perfectly. Original Ford rails are curved from front to back there are no straight sections, so to get something that fits right we had to jig the chassis up and map them out.  This is what we do, when it just needs to be done right to make it a well engineered car.  This allowed us to make a nice transistion for a high step at the rear. We have designed in 6 inches of travel at the back, so this car can have a normal, almost stock ride height then dumped to the max when parked.

Custom made 50's style dash board top for the 1958 Morris J Type

 by kustombitz on 08 Jun 2017 |
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The Morris J type vans were never this fancy.  This one a 1958 model is a full custom build up. I wanted to capture that 50's style dash of the aussie and yankee cars of that era, even though the Morris never had a dash as such, it was more like a small turret with a steering wheel. An under dash brake booster and master cylinder is hidden behind all this too.

1949 - 1950 Ford Mercury brake pedal conversion for underfloor booster and master cylinder

 by kustombitz on 11 May 2016 |
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Here is a custom brake pedal conversion Kustom Bitz did on this 1949 - 50 model Ford Mercury brake pedal pivot to enable the stock brake pedal to push backwards to an underfloor mounted 8" brake booster and master cylinder for a 4 wheel disc brake conversion.  It uses proper soft metal bushes and an adjustable push rod and clevis, and it uses the stock Ford mounting holes in the chassis.

Hot Rod interior fit up, custom dash board panel and trans tunnel

 by kustombitz on 22 Apr 2016 |
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Show casing some of my workmanship on this 32 Ford Roadster interior. This is a Dearborn body, I have machined up and fitted bodyplugs for the chassis mounting bolts, a full height adjustable, tilt, flaming river steering column, custom formed up underdash panel for switches etc. Custom made trans tunnel that maximises feet and leg room in the cabin and incorporating a Lokar Products shifter.  Kustom Bitz brake booster master cylinder cover kit and one of our brake pedal rubber seal kits and I cut the holes in for the guages. Looking good.

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