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1932 Ford Roadster
A roadster build for a long time customer who wanted a simple & clean approach but still having hot rod elements (high rake, no hood, powerful vintage engine). We coupled those things with drivability (4 spd overdrive transmission, full boxed and x-member chassis, and a low stance), make for a very nice 32 with a great look.
1932 Ford "Woodie" Station Wagon Restoration
Complete nut & bolt restoration (less wood) of a family heirloom 1932 Woodie wagon that has some fly fishing trip memories that will hopefully be happening again soon! Car was picked up from a industrial parking lot where it had sat for 40 yrs!
1932 Ford Roadster Pickup with class!
Gerry came to us with a car that was previously built and had a long list of changes to make it his own! First and foremost body color switched to gloss black from washington blue, full custom ox blood red interior, chopped and chromed windshield, matching chopped and custom made top bows and stitching! We complemented that with a series of mechanical sorting tasks, a full re-wire using correct cloth colored wiring with custom fuse panel made to fit existing dash hardware locations!
1931 Ford Model A Roadster
Rich Whalen came to us with the desire to build a traditional post war 31 model a roadster and he came equipped with many pictures!!! Check out and followed the detailed build
Silverio 1933 Ford Tudor Sedan
Owner: Erik Silverio of Krazy Kustoms
Eric came to us with a 1933 Ford model 40 tudor that was pulled from a field. The chassis was in rough condition but the body is surprisingly good condition. The customer decided he wanted an aftermarket chassis and components to handle the 1967 396 chevy that he had from a previous project. Eric had two guidelines to work within, he wanted equipment strong enough to handle/have fun with the BBC, the second was safety/drivability as a family hot rod.
Keene 1934 Plymouth Tudor Sedan Street Rod
Owner: Leo Keene
Leo came to us with a project that had been started but not finish at another shop that has since gone out of business.
1931 Ford Victoria
Cory came to us with a few simple requests that can be summarized into one theme. Drivability. He was looking for a much more comfortable highway friendly experience without effecting the absolute core beauty and originality of this Vicky.