United Pacific unveils steel body for 1932-34 Ford trucks at SEMA

United Pacific unveils steel body for 1932-34 Ford trucks at SEMA

United Pacific debuts complete body cap and door shells for 1932-1934 trucks at SEMA.

United Pacific Industries debuted its officially licensed 1932-1934 Ford truck shell at the 2017 SEMA Show. The steel replica of the original truck body can be purchased whole or in parts, so customers can restore their ’32-’34 Ford Truck cab to their liking.

“Our customers tell us their lifelong dream is to build this hot rod. The passion our customers bring to their vehicles inspired us to add the 1932 to 1934 Ford truck body cap and door shells to our product line. This ready-to-install body shell allows our customers to achieve their dream with ease because it is an exact replica of the original and is officially licensed by Ford,” said Jai Baek, director of marketing.

The ‘32-‘34 truck shell and individual parts are coated in black rust preventing EDP primer and United Pacific’s Classic-Coat weldable primer.

Separate parts that should excite ’32-’34 Ford Truck restorers are:

-Cowl top panels with included windshield opening flange
-Cowl side panels with included windshield pillar to factory seam
-16 gauge stamped steel sub-rail with all the original detail
-Steel door shells that have pre-cut holes for door handles and include
outer skin and inner support
-Original door handles

Window regulators, guides and glass

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Visit www.upauto.com for more product information.

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  • Jim Sico
    November 8, 2017, 9:28 AM

    What is the cost of the metal 32-34 Ford pick-up body and please advise your phone so I can discuss other question. Thanks

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    • Andrew@Jim Sico
      February 21, 2018, 3:30 PM

      Just spoke with someone on the phone at United Pacific who said that the cab would be about $14,500 and would be released around May.

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