Great article by the folks over at fuelcurve.com about this 1949 Chevy Stepside built by Rick Jones and his crew at RJ Race Cars and QUARTER-MAX. This green patina ’49 is amazing. Check it out!
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This was a very cool project we’re proud to be part of. @bogisgarage built this stunning Chevy truck that debuted last year at the SEMA show. Riding on an AME GT Sport chassis and powered by a BMW V8 the quality of this build was top notch! Such a cool truck.
Custom AME chassis for a 1951 Studebaker all assembled and ready to ship.
@twinstatesrodshop is killing is in this 1956 Chevy build. If the rest of the car looks as good as the detail work they did on the AME GT Sport chassis, this car is going to be amazing.
Here’s a cool project we didn’t think that could happen. AME Multilink IRS, compact cradle with @racestrange S60 differential. Compact size with bomb proof components. Perfect for a small, high HP project.
Jack Sheppard’s beautiful 1961 Corvette sitting on an AME GT Sport C1 chassis. It stood out from the other 10,000 cars at the NSRA Nats in Louisville KY this past weekend and wound up in the winners circle. Congrats!
David Irwin was kind enough to send in some progress pics of his 1955 Lincoln Capri, sporting an Art Morrison chassis with Coyote engine for power. Click on the link for more pics.
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