Homegrown Hotrods


This all original 1932 was obtained in America after being used as a stock car in Texas. It was the worst un-repairable beaten up body I had ever seen, but I decided to repair it even though it should have been scrapped. It now runs on orginal split rim ETIIIs and dirt track tyres on the rear. It has a Hailbrand Champ rear end and orginal Hailbrand Sprint front rims.

The frame was repaired, boxed and a tubular centre section built to take Small block Chevy and a 4-speed Muncie. I wanted to retain the race car spirit by using various original parts to give it an overall sixties Hot Rod feel.

This 1932 chassis was fully boxed and uses a Homegrown Hot Rods centre section. It has been fitted with a Hailbrand Champ rear end using HGHR ladder bars and rear cross member.

The front axle is a VCW I-beam with stainless spindless shackles and perches, mono spring and So Cal hairpins.

The front brakes are HGHR/ Buick with 1940s Ford back plates. Each brake kit is refurbished and modified using our hubs which are all manufactured in house.