Nobody Customs is working on this very cool 1961 Rolls Royce and ready to mount the body into its custom AME chassis. Powered by an LS3 and 6L80E trans this Rolls is going have all the comfort and reliability of a modern car with the style of a classic. Love it!
AME Multilink IRS all assembled and waiting to be bolted into a chassis. Because it’s on its own subframe, this IRS is great for installing into unibody cars, original chassis or existing aftermarket frames. Three different cradle sizes and four different track widths makes this an option for just about every vehicle out there.
Good friend and great craftsman @mcfarlandupholstery just wrapped up a few final details on this stunning C2 built by Streetrods By Denny. It’s not too often you see custom fitted luggage in a pro-touring car, I guess we can call this one grand-touring. Car rides on a custom AME chassis with AME Multilink IRS.
Owned by Bill Daniels of Ellijay, GA, this amazing Tin Woody was built by Spotlight Customs and North Georgia Fabrication. The motor is a Ross Racing Engines 324 Olds Stroker built by Tony Lombardi, transmission is a Turbo 400 backed by a Gear Vendor Overdrive. Fuel Injection by Dave Ehrlich at AutoTrend EFI. Paint and Airbrush Work by Tommy Brock