This 1934 Ford came to our shop already a running street rod but dated. The doors would not shut properly and needed some body work repair. The body was removed from the chassis and completely stripped to bare metal. The running boards were replaced with new smooth steel. The engine side covers were customized with stainless steel mesh and side trim from a 1937 Ford. After the body work was blocked and straight the car was painted a custom blue and gold two-tone. A small pinstripe was added using House Of Kolor Tangerine. The engine is a strong running 350 Chevy with custom coated exhaust. The cars interior was done by the owner and has won several awards since completed.
This 1948 Chevy started as an original untouched car being painted one time in the early 80's. The cars body was completely disassembled and many subtle custom body modifications were performed. The rear door handles were shaved and are now operated via remote control. The cars trunk was smoothed of the tag mount and handle. A 3rd brake was flush mounted under the rear window and LED taillights were installed for added safety. The body is painted with a two-tone combination of factory '07 Nissan colors. The front suspension was replaced with a Mustang II crossmember from Fatman Fabrications. The old Blue Flame inline 6 cylinder was swapped with a Ram Jet 350 crate motor and a 4L60E transmission from GM Performance Parts. The rear suspension was converted to a leaf spring design and a Ford 9" was installed. Wheels are a 16" that are painted body color with stock style caps. The cars interior was created at John's Upholstery in Williamstown, NJ.