Art Morrison Releases GT Sport Chassis For 1953-56 Ford F100

New from Art Morrison – the GT Sport chassis is now available for the 1953-56 Ford F100. This chassis provides precision handling and a great ride with a wide variety of options. See more details below.

Official Release:

The classic 1953-56 Ford F100 is the latest pickup truck to benefit from contemporary suspension technology in the form of a complete GT Sport chassis from Art Morrison Enterprises. A virtual “bolt on” replacement for the stock Ford frame, it incorporates all necessary mounts for installing the body, running boards, engine, transmission, core support and bumpers.

Torsional rigidity is assured through use of beefy 2″ x 6″ main rails, while the frame comes in standard or lowered ride heights (which requires modifications to the bed; optional kit available). A husky 9″ rear end housing is coupled with a 4-bar rear suspension and “Johnny Joint” rod ends, with a Panhard bar providing lateral stability. Premium coil-over shocks tailor the handling and ride to your requirements.

Morrison’s proven Sport IFS, with heavy-duty control arms, an adjustable anti-sway bar and premium coil-over shocks provide a superb combination of taut handling with a comfortable ride. The chassis can be configured to handle virtually any engine/transmission combination—mounts are available for Ford Coyote, 429-460 big block and Windsor/Cleveland engines, as well as Chevy LS and LT1/LT4.

With well over 2,000 GT Sport chassis currently on the road today, the F100 is in good company. In addition to providing precision handling and a great ride, having a Morrison GT Sport chassis as the foundation for any build is an investment that pays dividends down the road in both enjoyment and resale value.


  • Virtual “bolt on” replacement for the stock Ford frame
  • Incorporates all necessary mounts
  • Provides precision handling and a great ride

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