This was a great project. Getting to work with @vaughngittinjr on a custom front subframe for his bad ass Mustang. Wide enough for a Coyote V8 but narrow enough for insane amounts of turning angle.
Here is a very cool fat fendered 1948 Ford built by The East Coast Hot Rod Garage. Sporting 850hp of John Kasse Boss 9 power and running a manual transmission this car is pure hot rod! Channeling that power to the ground is a custom AME chassis and suspension.
Check out this amazing 1954 Studebaker over at carbuffnetwork.com.┬á The car sports an Art Morrison chassis, with a totally custom interior┬á by Sewn Tight Custom Interiors, located in Louisville, Kentucky.┬á More details and images of the interior by clicking the link.
The talented crew over at @krs_idaho are building a cool Hudson truck. Riding on a custom AME chassis this will be one hot hauler when itΓÇÖs done. Currently the crew is in the middle of fitting the monstrous hood on the Hudson.
This one is just too crazy not to share. 1976 Ford Pinto Cruising Wagon! Built to autocross with eco boost power! @pullmanfab are the mad men behind this awesome build and itΓÇÖs riding on a custom AME Max G chassis with Multi link
IRS. Dare to be different!
Looking forward to see the 76 pinto cruising wagon project to come back from paint. HereΓÇÖs a photo of it on the rotisserie headed to paint.
It is always great to see the magic being worked at @allowayshotrodshop . This 1958 Chevrolet Impala for all round great guy Larry Olson is riding on a custom AME chassis and featuring the amazing Alloway attention to detail. CanΓÇÖt wait to see this one on the road.
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.
East Bay Muscle Cars beautiful 1969 Camaro. ΓÇ£TenacityΓÇ¥ is riding on a custom AME Max-G chassis and running serious LS power. Such a cool car.
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 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.