Metalworks Speed Shop is building another killer 1955 Chevrolet. This particular one is riding on an AME GT Sport Tri5 chassis with Multi-link rear. So good!
ItΓÇÖs always great working with @therickdore on these amazing coach built projects. This one presented some fun challenges. With it being mid-engined, they wanted to run a Corvette transaxle. After doing some modeling we realized it could easily fit into our IRS cradle. If you donΓÇÖt see something in our catalog please give us a call and ask the question, if we can do it we definitely will build it.
AME GT Sport rear subframe with Multi link IRS is all assembled and ready to ship.
One of our favorite builds of the year, the @redpig2mercedes built by Vescios Customs is going to be at SEMA. Swing by the 3M booth to have a look at this car, itΓÇÖs bad ass! Riding on custom AME subframes with the Multi-link IRS our back this is Mercedes is one killer ride!
Another batch of Camaro IRS uprights are being machined to be used on the AME Multi-link IRS
@matt.alcala from @bestofshowcoachworks is here at LS Fest West with his killer 1st Gen Camaro. Running our front subframe and Multi-link IRS rear, itΓÇÖs just waiting to tear up this autocross course.
Custom AME Multi-link IRS read clip for the Rocket Racing Wheels 2nd Gen Camaro. Big Oak Garage is going to be installing this clip so Rocket can step up their autocross game at Goodguys events this year. CanΓÇÖt wait to see it run.
@kckuhnhausen is building this spectacular C2 Corvette on a custom AME chassis with our Multilink IRS. Such a great build!
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.