Great profile shot of the nasty Duramax powered 3100 that was built by the guys at @johnsonshotrodshop. Custom AME front and rear clips were designed for the specific needs of this project.
Stunning image from @notstockphoto of the latest build finished up by @allowayshotrodshop . This 55 Plymouth is riding on a custom AME chassis and powered by a very stout, old-school Hemi.
The awesome crew @eddiesrodandcustom just finished up this sweet 1949 Chevy 3100 riding on an AME GT Sport chassis. We love it!
The @fullermoto built Cadillac hearse. Without a doubt the biggest, longest and heaviest custom chassis we have ever made. Builder Bryan Fuller estimates the weight of this ’60 Cad hearse at 8,000 pounds dry. We believe it; the car broke one of our 6,500-pound-capacity GoJaks used for moving cars in the photo studio. The body sits on the longest Art Morrison chassis ever built; two fabrication tables were put together in order to complete it. The wires are re-pops modeled after the original Cadillac wheels and wrapped in Coker whitewalls.
The stunning 1956 Chevy built by @wickedfabrication riding on an AME GT Sport chassis. Love it!
Housings, housings and more housings. This group of housings are just waiting for their chassis before they get shipped out. Starting with a @currieenterprises 9″ center we install our own tubes, cnc machined housing ends and laser cut brackets. Pretty much any width is possible to fit your project and your tire wheel combination.
We are a big fan of the work done by the crew over at South City Rod and Custom, and this GTO is no different. Riding on an AME GT Sport chassis this Pontiac is all sorts of cool.
The @lost_angels_childrens_project outdid themselves with this beautiful build. We are happy to have been part of it.
Our customer will-call rack is full! A-body, Impala, two trucks, Tri-5, Corvette and a custom front subframe all ready to be picked up. Let the builds begin!