Learn How to Build a Custom Car or Truck With Chester’s Latest

How to Build a Custom Car or Truck

Today, you can still build a custom car or truck on a budget. It may not be a Ridler contender, but it sure will turn heads and give you tons of satisfaction knowing that in your own garage you can build a custom car that will be an expression of your personal taste without having to raid the kids’ piggy bank. Chester Greenhalgh has over 50 years experience building attention-getting cars that provide smiles for miles. Now, he shares the formula in his fourth new eBook, “How to Build a Full-On Radical Custom on a Beer Budget!”

When we first introduced the eBook version of Chester Greenhalgh’s “How to Build a T-Bucket Roadster for Under $3000″, little did we know how well it would be received in the hot rod building world and how that relationship would grow from Chester’s fertile, creative mind that was always focused on getting the maximum hot rod building bang for the buck. His second eBook, “Hot Rod or Rat Rod: How to Mount a Cheap Antique Truck Body on a Late Model Pickup Chassis for Under $3000″ is a hit with low-buck pickup builders, but we were totally surprised when Chester’s fun diversion into building rod-inspired contraptions with the cheap and plentiful Briggs & Stratton engines, “Projects With Lawn Mower Engines” became his third eBook success. We thank our many loyal supporters for that and want you to know that Chester has responded to your support and interests with his latest eBook, “How to Build a Full-On Radical Custom on a Beer Budget!”

Build a Custom Car in Your Home Garage

This new guide that shows you how to build a custom car or truck has the same level of practical detail readers have come to expect from Chester Greenhalgh, along with liberal doses of his warped sense of humor. We won’t get into more detail here, but if you want to learn how to build a custom car or truck on a budget then click here to check out the full description on our sister website, HotRodPlans.com

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