Home / Gasser Frame Plans / Anglia Gasser Frame Plans Anglia Gasser Frame Plans 5.00 out of 5 (3 customer reviews) $16.99 If you’ve found an old Anglia Gasser, an original Anglia or if you’re planning to use an Anglia Gasser fiberglass body, you’ve come to the right place. Even with a mild build you’ll be increasing your Anglia’s horsepower by over 1000% and it’s weight by over 50%. With this jumbo-sized 16-page detailed plan set, you can build your own economic, safe, modern Anglia Gasser Frame for street or strip. We include all the drawings you need with detailed dimensions, material specifications, assembly instructions and itemized bill of materials. For more info, see the detailed Product Description below. Anglia Gasser Frame Plans quantity Add to cart SKU: #521 Anglia Gasser Frame Plans Category: Gasser Frame Plans Description Reviews (3) Description Without a doubt, the English Ford Anglia Gasser was the most exciting of all gas class drag racers of the 1960s. Nothing got the heart pumping stronger than to see an Anglia Gasser scream off the line with its front wheels three feet in the air and then pop them back up with every shift of the 4-speed or hydro transmission. Discover how to build a safe, strong, economic Anglia Gasser frame. If you’ve found an old Anglia Gasser, an original Anglia or if you’re planning to use an Anglia Gasser fiberglass body, you’ve come to the right place. Why, you ask? Well, the original Ford Anglia’s were designed to be powered by a 23 horsepower engine with a total car weight of 1700 pounds. That was fine for a car with a top speed of 59 mph, that accelerated from 0-50 mph in 38.3 seconds. Today, though, you’ll be increasing your Anglia’s horsepower by over 1000% and it’s weight by over 50%. Get ready for some problems: not only in handling and potential failure, but also your body work getting torqued and paint cracked — to say nothing of keeping doors aligned and opening. Hey, even if you’re thinking additional crossmembers and reinforcement, just remember that it’s just an addition on a thin steel frame that’s 65+ years old! After a few years of mishaps even the NHRA changed the rules to allow Anglia Gasser owners to ditch the original flimsy frame. If you’re shopping for a newly built Anglia Gasser chassis, though, get ready to spend over $5000 for something that was designed only for the drag strip. But, there’s a better, much cheaper way. No, it’s not a book — that’s just how we identify our plans online. Your drawing package includes 14 big 11×17” pages showing you how to make all parts, assemble them and successfully install the finished frame for your Anglia Gasser. Build an Anglia Gasser Chassis for the Strip Build an Anglia Gasser Chassis for the Street Anglia Gasser Frame Plans for These Models/Years: Anglia: 1939 through 1953 Thames (Anglia Panel Trucks/Vans): 1939 through 1953 Ford Prefect: 1939 through 1953 (Some 1949-1953 Prefect models used a 94 inch wheelbase. For these models you will need only to lengthen the front and rear frame rails by two inches each to use this 90 inch wheelbase design frame). The Most Complete Anglia Gasser Frame Plans This plan set shows you how to build stepped main frame rails to accommodate large rear tires, 4 important strengthening crossmembers, including a driveshaft loop for safety, as well as body mounts to go with most available fiberglass Anglia bodies. The plans are so detailed that they show you how to taper cut the front and rear frame rails for appearance purposes, while also also showing you how you can save time if that’s not important to you. But that’s not the only option the frame plans cover. You’ll also learn: How to adjust the width of the rear frame rails inward further for the most monster tires, plus recommended frame to tire sidewall clearance. How to use either a convention front crossmember for a straight axle, or what to do if you choose to install Mustang II independent front suspension instead. How to mount a stock steel body a better way than the original riveting to the side frame rails so that you’ll ensure properly opening and closing doors. Each step of the way, you’ll learn what is the proper material and size to use, exact dimensions and drawings, 3D views and detailed construction tips, like how to ensure crossmembers are properly cut to avoid chassis misalignment. If that’s not enough, the plans also include in exact detail how to lay out an assembly table just for the Anglia frame to assure its proper alignment, as well as final assembly instructions. Order your Anglia Gasser Frame Plans today by clicking on the “Add to Cart” button. $16.99Add to cart 3 reviews for Anglia Gasser Frame Plans 5.0Based on 3 reviewsAdd a review5 star100100%4 star0%3 star0%2 star0%1 star0%Showing 3 of 3 reviews (5 star). See all 3 reviews Customer Images 5 out of 5Robert LukowskiOctober 16, 2020I am very pleased with my purchase. Plans were well laid out and easy to follow. I have attached a current photo. Search 1-3 of 3 reviews Most Recent Highest Rating Lowest Rating Brenden Thornander Reviewer October 17, 2020 Rated 5 out of 5The Plans for me were useful, having a clear plan at the start of a build is always a good idea. Robert Lukowski Verified Buyer October 16, 2020 Rated 5 out of 5I am very pleased with my purchase. Plans were well laid out and easy to follow. I have attached a current photo. William J Lynch Verified Buyer October 15, 2020 Rated 5 out of 5Great plans. Makes it very easy to visualize what the final frame will look like. 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The Plans for me were useful, having a clear plan at the start of a build is always a good idea.
I am very pleased with my purchase. Plans were well laid out and easy to follow. I have attached a current photo.
Great plans. Makes it very easy to visualize what the final frame will look like. Highly recommended.