The folks at Metalworks in Eugene Oregon put an Art Morrison GT-Sport Chassis to good use with this beautiful ’68 GTO. The car sports a custom LS3 built by Wegner Motorsports, along with a T56 transmission and all sorts of go-fast goodies. Check out the build article over at carbuffnetwork.com for more pictures and information.
Called “The Double Bubble”, this 1961 Chevrolet Impala comes from the talented guys at Greening Auto Company in Cullman, Alabama. Check out the article on carbuffnetwork.com for more picutres and details on this unique ride. The car sports an Art Morrison Chassis, Glaslurit Paint and was designed by Eric Brockmeyer Design.
Check out this amazing ’56 Ford F100 of Ken Wiebe from Manitoba, Canada. The truck has an Art Morrison GT-Sport Chassis with a 5.0 Coyote for power and Six Speed Transmission.
Beautiful 1955 Chevrolet Nomad built by @metalworksspeedshop. Riding on an AME GT Sport Tri5 chassis and running LS3 power.
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.
The crew over at Metalworks Speed Shop is putting together another amazing pro touring 1955 Chevrolet. Great color combo, killer power and an AME GT Sport chassis. If you need a foundation for your Tri5 build, give us a call. 800-929-7188.
Super Chevy’s Chris Shelton along with photographer Brian Brennan stopped by our Fife, WA shop for a start-to-finish tour of how our Corvette C1 and C2 Chassis is manufactured. Over 45 great images detail the process too. Thanks guys for the wonderful article. Check it all out – HERE.
Check out this stunning 1963 Corvette posted over on carbuffnetwork.com – Absolutely amazing work by Sewn Tight Custom Interiors, Clayton Machine Works, and more. The split window sports an Art Morrison Chassis and tons of custom parts and pieces. More images available by clicking the link HERE.
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!