You really didn’t think that after authoring the legendary “How to Build a T-Bucket Roadster for Under $3000” in the 1980s that Chester Greenhalgh would rest on his laurels? No way! After putting 25 more years of budget hot rod building experience under his belt, Chester is ready to unleash his new eBook, “Hot Rod” or “Rat Rod”, How to Mount an Antique Pickup Body on a Late Model Pickup Frame … for Less Than $3000.
This new 107 page eBook is for the hot rodder who doesn’t want to take on scratch building something like a T-Bucket and who wants to build a fun, cool rod with a classic look and modern performance using the least expensive most readily available parts and construction techniques.
It’s packed with over 200 full color photos and illustrations that take you through the build in the step-by-step meticulous detail that made Chester’s original T-Bucket book a legend. What’s really exciting about this new eBook is that it’s written by the same guy, but now Chester has a quarter center more of clever, money-saving hot rod building experience and techniques to share!
For today’s hot rodder on a budget, the classic look pickups of the 40s and 50s can still be had cheaply, particularly if the mechanicals are trashed. What’s cool is that you can even more easily and cheaply find a newer model pickup with V8 power and modern suspension that has body damage. Just like Dr. Frankenstein, Chester shows you how to put the old together with the new in the easiest and least expensive way possible, but with a critical eye on producing a hot rod truck that has the right look. (Chester would never think about just plopping a classic truck body on a wider late model chassis and driving something that looks like a shoebox on wheels).
If you need any more convincing that it’s easy to do, just remember that Chester’s now 66 years old and built the Jeep on a Chevy chassis hot rod truck illustrated in the eBook in just over 2 months.
We’ve set up a new website that tells you everything you want to know about Chester’s new eBook. Just click here to visit www.HotRodTruckPlans.com for the complete Table of Contents and to be able to order your own personal copy for less than ten bucks. Just one of Chester’s clever building tricks and tips will save you hundreds, if not thousands!