TREMEC-Chris-Nolff-1932-Ford-5

TREMEC-Chris-Nolff-1932-Ford-5

If there was any part of the Ford build that Chris dreaded, it was the wiring, because “it was very, very time-consuming.” That’s due largely to its aircraft-like design, meaning precise organization of each wire, including running them individually, side by side and removing any kinks. He then ran the wiring through the frame and body so that no wiring could be seen underneath the car. “When you build a custom car, wiring has to be custom also. Doing it in stages was my way of staying organized.”

If there was any part of the Ford build that Chris dreaded, it was the wiring, because “it was very, very time-consuming.” That’s due largely to its aircraft-like design, meaning precise organization of each wire, including running them individually, side by side and removing any kinks. He then ran the wiring through the frame and body so that no wiring could be seen underneath the car. “When you build a custom car, wiring has to be custom also. Doing it in stages was my way of staying organized.”

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