Hot Rod Magazine’s Steven Rupp has a great article on hotrod.com about how we manufacture an AME chssis here at Art Morrison Enterprises. The article covers the entire process, with over 20 images of the build process. Check it out!
Some great shots of the Garrets Rod Shop ΓÇ£SuperChargerΓÇ¥ build. Riding on an ame MaxG Chassis and powered by a late model blown HEMI, this is one bad Mopar. Image by @kcoxphoto
UPDATE: The great gang over at carbuffnetwork.com have posted additional photos and information about this amazing Mopar – click here to go there.
AME GT Sport chassis for a 1957 Chevrolet is all assembled and ready to ship
AME GT Sport chassis for a 1962 Impala is all assembled and ready to ship.
ItΓÇÖs a beautiful spring day here in the Pacific Northwest and three chassis are waiting to head out to our great customers.
AME custom air spring chassis for a 1949 Lincoln is all assembled and ready to ship. The great crew at @garretsrodshop is going to be building this cool ride.
This beautiful 1967 Pro-Touring Camaro won the Forgeline Award at the 22nd Goodguys Speedway Motors Southwest Nationals.┬á The car rides on an Art Morrison Chassis and is powered by a 602HP LS7, with Strange Engineering coilovers, Wilwood disk brakes and a lot more.┬á Check out the great write and build album at forgeline.com.
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