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.
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.
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.
The @ryankorek built 1958 F100. Immaculate paint, subtle body mods and a custom AME chassis make this rig a standout
Custom AME chassis for a 1955 T Bird headed to the great guys over at American Speed in Plymouth, MI.
It’s truck day here at Art Morrison Enterprises. This is a GT Sport Chassis for a 1955 Ford F100, complete with Coyote engine mounts and Currie Enterprises Johnny Joint rear suspension.
Here’s a great project we got to be part of quite awhile ago. Moal Coachbuilders built this stunning Ford for Tim Allen. Setting the stance is a custom AME chassis. Such a cool car!