This 71 Truck chassis has just finished being assembled including test starting the drive train. The body will be set back on it for final sanding in the block sand shop. We wrap each chassis for total protection from dust. Note the body mounts for body/cab above the plastic. When the body is painted and polished we simply peel away the plastic protection to reveal a clean machine.
We use many special pieces of equipment including these Go Jack car dollys which pick up each tire above ground with a simple foot press and click. This enables us to move the chassis in any direction to line up the body and frame during body drop. Which makes it safe. Look MOM! NO SCRATCHES
Eric, checks the caster and camber during alignment of this 55 Street Rod. We took the car for a test drive that day and she was as steady as can be. Great work Eric!
The tire scribe establishes the center line of the tire to give a reference point for exact toe.