Budget Street Rod and Hot Rod 4 eBook Special
If you’re a budget street rod fan and already own Chester’s legendary How to Build a T-Bucket Roadster for Under $3000, then you’ll want to complete your collection with this special deal on the other four of his hot rod how-to eBooks. As a Chester fan, you’ll get all 4 incredibly informative and entertaining hot rod “how to” eBooks for half-off the regular price of $59.96! That’s less than $7.50 each. Only $29.99 for all 4!
But, if you don’t already own Chester’s T-Bucket bible then you’ll want to take advantage of the half off savings in our 5 eBook Bargain Bundle.
If you’re one of the thousands who already own Chester Greenhalgh’s legendary How to Build a T-Bucket Roadster for Under $3000 you know what a master he is at budget street rod and hot rod building and how entertaining his eBooks can be. Here’s you opportunity to complete your library of Chester’s hot rod how-to’s for half off!
No matter what you’re building, plan to build or own you’ll find loads of money and time-saving tips and tricks in all four of these cool budget street rod building eBooks.
Few hot rodders today can afford the tens of thousands of dollars and years of time required to build any kind of 1930s looking street rod. In this new budget street rod building eBook, which can be read and printed out from any computer, legendary low-buck builder, Chester Greenhalgh, shows you every detail of How to Build a 3 Window Coupe for under $3000! in your home garage and in less than 6 months!
You’ll discover how Chester built his own beautiful 3 Window Coupe for a total outlay of $1650, including $450 for the PT Cruiser donor car as well as $400 for custom pearl paint. To prove that anybody can do the same, he built it in a carport with a minimum of tools. The detailed Bill of Materials in the book even includes an under-$100 Harbor Freight MIG welder!
Chester guides you through every step of the conversion with over 330 color photos in this incredible 190 page eBook.
The great thing about using the PT Cruiser for a hot rod is availability. Over 1.4 million PT Cruisers were built over a 10 year span and they are now CHEAP on the used market! Following these detailed plans you’ll get the nostalgic coupe look and style while still keeping all of Detroit’s creature comforts. That means you’ll have a low buck hot rod with AC, stereo, defrosters, electric windows, rear wiper, washer and defroster, and soft electric seats as well as modern safety features like air bags, seat belts, back up alarm and anti-lock disc brakes.
When it comes to building dramatically different custom cars, trucks and budget street rods, Chester’s done it again. How to Build a Full-On Radical Custom on a Beer Budget features 130 pages crammed full of money-saving info, tips, tricks and “why didn’t I think of thats” in the straightforward, humorous way Chester Greenhalgh has become famous for. I could go on and on with teasers about Chester’s tricks for low-cost metalflake paint jobs, how you’ll earn a Ph.D. in using Bondo the right way and not only making your own gullwing doors, but also gullwing rear fenders on a super-low pickup for easy tire changing.
Even if you don’t like to read, he’s packed this eBook with almost 250 color photos so you’ll see just how you can do it all in your home garage with a bare minimum of tools.
Today, undoubtedly one of the least expensive and simplest ways to build a budget street rod is by mating a classic pickup truck body to a modern chassis and V8 engine. That’s exactly what Chester shows you step-by-detailed-step in his informative how to eBook, “Hot Rod or Rat Rod Truck: How to Mount a Cheap Antique Truck Body on a Late Model Pickup Chassis for Under $3000“.
This combination results in modern-day power, performance and reliability teamed with classic hot rod style and the satisfaction of being able to say, “I did it all myself.”
You’ll learn how easy it is to mount a classic pickup truck body (Ford, Chevy, GMC, Jeep, International, whatever) from the 40s or 50s onto a cheap 1970s Chevy (or other) pickup truck chassis, which is wider than the old truck — but, don’t worry cause Chester’s gonna show you how to do it cheap ‘n easy. Everything you can think of is covered, including building your own tilt front end in this 107-page eBook featuring over 200 full color photographs and illustrations covering every facet of this easy-to-build, low-buck approach to hot rodding.
Chester Greenhalgh’s fascinating hot rod how to eBook, Projects With Lawn Mower Engines, continues his successful tradition of providing practical information for building fun, creative lawn mower engine projects with a minimum of tools and money.
While there are tons of small engines out there, Chester makes it easy by dealing with the single most popular: the Briggs & Stratton flathead engine. They produced millions of these engines every year for decades — and you’ll find them everywhere. You’ll learn the cheap, easy way to diagnose what’s wrong and how to get them running quickly. Once you understand these little engines you could even open a small side business fixing them for extra income or to fund your hot rod building project.
In addition to his valuable tips and tricks on reconditioning a Briggs & Stratton Engine you’ll see how to build cool projects like a Mini-Chopper, Air Compressor, Outboard Motor, Bike Mower and more. Everything is clearly and carefully explained with the aid of over 180 color photos.
Just click on the “Add to Cart” button to securely purchase this budget street rod building 4 eBook bundle through PayPal and then immediately download tons of great hot rod “how to” information that will save you thousands of dollars, make your projects go faster without unnecessary frustration and keep you entertained for hours as a bonus!
TBucketPlans.com originated in 2005 as a personal blog extolling the virtues of T-Buckets. In 2009 I blogged about Chester Greenhalgh, the "how to" genius who wrote the legendary, out-of-print “How to Build a T-Bucket Roadster for Under $3000”. That led to a friendship with Chester and our partnership in marketing the updated eBook version of his T-Bucket building bible. The T-Bucket fire burns stronger and stronger.
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