1934 Street Beast Front

The most common grille that I build for the Street Beast is a 1/4” spacing style insert.  It really gets away from the stock Street Beast grille look of the wide grille bars.  I can build it with either a sweep only at the bottom of the bar or with a top inward roll and the sweep at the bottom for a little more style.  If you want the top inward roll, add $150 to any of the prices below.

The 3/8” spacing between the grille bars is a more original look.  The ¼” spacing is more of an updated hot rod look.  With the tighter ¼” spacing, it hides the radiator/fan/condenser from view, while only reducing air flow by 7%.

I have the grille shell for the early Street Beast when they were called Classic Motor Carriage.  That grille shell opening measures 26 ½” down the middle.  I also have the grille shell for the 1992 to current Street Beast that has the rib down the middle of the hood top, it measures 24 1/2”-24 5/8” down the middle.  I have both of these shells at my shop, so you won’t need to send me your shell.

I can build an insert for the Fiberfab version, that grille opening measures 26” down the middle, but you will have to send me your grille shell for this insert as I can’t get it from Street Beasts anymore.  All of these dimensions are of just the opening of the grille shell measured top to bottom.



3/8" spacing, sweep only
front polish with satin sides $795
fully polished $970
chromed $1465

1/4" spacing – same price for either the original '34 outward bend or ’33 sweep only bend
front polish with satin sides $995
fully polished $1220
chromed $1715

1/4" spacing with top inward roll ’33 style bar with sweep on the bottom
front polish with satin sides $1145
fully polished $1370
chromed $1865

Call for current lead time as all inserts are built to order.
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