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.
Built by @rocketsgarage this 1955 Ford Premier Wagon is absolutely amazing. While it looks like a fresh restoration, this was something Ford never built. Riding on a custom AME chassis and paint by Byers Custom & Restoration it is a show stopper
Before and after shots of this stunning 1949 Ford woody wagon that was built by our friends down at @hotrods_and_customstuff . Riding on a custom AME chassis, the attention to detail on this woody is amazing. We definitely wouldnΓÇÖt mind having the keys for a weekend and cruising up the 101 in SoCal with this sweet ride.
The beautiful 1949 Ford woody wagon built by @hotrods_and_customstuff gets a little time in the sun. We were lucky enough to see this last week in the shop. Riding on a custom AME chassis and LS powered, this is going to be one cool SoCal cruiser
Hot Rods & Custom Stuff was showing off this sweet 1966 Dodge Polara wagon this past weekend in Pomona. Riding on an AME chassis and powered my a late model 392 HEMI, this is definitely going to be one fun cruiser.
One last glimpse of our chassis before it gets hidden with this super cool Dodge Polara wagon body. Thankfully we get to work with great craftsmen like the group at @hotrods_and_customstuff on builds like this.
Ford Ranch Wagons are such a cool looking rig when done right and @hotrodsandhobbiesinc is doing this right! Custom AME chassis and Coyote power. Going to be a great cruiser.
Pure Vision had this incredible 1957 Ford Ranch wagon display this past weekend at the Grand National Roadster Show in Pomona CA. Crazy amounts of power and a custom AME chassis to handle the corners.
Starting 2018 off with a bang! First chassis to be assembled and ship out is a 1956 Chevy Nomad chassis with the AME Multilink IRS and is headed down to Roy Brizio where he and his amazing group will be building this. Can’t wait to see this one done!