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April 2015 n Performance & Hotrod Business n 59 for someone like Frisbie. Ask him for an example, and he's quick to reply. "One of our most difficult and labor- intensive builds we've done was on a 1933 Dodge truck that was literally built from 98-percent hand-fabricated sheet metal and chassis components," he says. "That build was very gratifying and gained quite a bit of fame and notoriety for my shop in the show car circuit and in magazine coverage. "We were allowed to put more design and fabrication into that vehicle than any other we've ever done," he recalls. "There weren't any limits design-wise or money- This is the first of the "Double Dozen" roadster bodies. All hand-formed steel, it now resides in the Petersen Museum. (Photo by Dale Moreau) Jay Spencer and Tim McGuire install the engine in the Ron Dunn '50 Ford. David Brost, designer, performs final assembly on a '31 Chevrolet sedan.

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