This is an air-ride crossmember kit specifically used for dropped and undropped i-beam axles. This kit is $275 and qualifies for a 10% Military discount for all active and non-active members. For a limited time I will also be providing free shipping on them to the lower 48 states. You will need to fold and weld this item as it is intended for fabricators. Feel free to email or call the shop to order.
This is a shirt that started as a commissioned artwork by Bomonster. My kids spend quite a bit of time goofing around in the roadster so I made sure they were included in the art ;)
This is our all around frame that pretty much allows you to choose from a wide selection of rear suspension choices. We have set these up with everything from air ride to hydraulics. The frame has a 7" front Z with a massive 15" kick. Each frame is custom built to your cabs specifications to insure a proper fit.
The price of this perimeter frame is $1000.
This is our bobbed buggie frame. This frame is intended to be run without a bed. The back tires are pretty much wrapped up against the back of the cab. The frame has a 7" front Z with a massive 16" rear. This is a very low rat rod frame that can be run with a dropped or undropped axle.
The price of this perimeter frame is $1200 and includes perches and rear spring.
This is our sculpted frame that mimics the traditional styling of a factory Model A chassis. The chassis is built using .188 wall tubing. You can drill and tap right to this frame without any concerns. This frame can be built with or without a "Z".
The price of the perimeter frame is $1200..
This is for a 4 link kit that we plan on building for our frames. We are still working on completing the design. Check back soon or check out the facebook build when you get a chance.
Here is a pair of Lakes Headers that I hand built for one of our Rods. Below are directions for building yourself a pair. All of the tubing can usually be purchased pretty cheap from your local muffler shop. If you make a pair please drop me an email with a picture as I would love to see them. If you like the link be sure to tell a friend.
Everyone knows how much grill shells cost at swap meets. Here is a grill shell that I started building for Shorty. Below are directions for building one for yourself on a budget. All of the materials can be purchased pretty cheap from your local metal shop. If you decide to tackle building one please drop me an email with a picture as I would love to see it. If you like the link be sure to tell a friend.
Have a panel that you cannot find? This started from just a tank shell. All bare metal panels you see in the picture were hand fabbed.
Here is a pic of the little lady painting. She graduated 2012 from the Herron School of Art. Currently she is part of the team restoring the Murat in Indianapolis, but takes on anything creative in her spare time. The particular project shown used to be a patio table before she had me weld the umbrella hole up.