Well here we are, a couple of Indiana boys building hot rods and rat rods and hopefully helping you get out to the shop to build your own project. We started this website to possibly help with some of the questions that you may have about your hot rod, rat rod, street rod, gasser parts and chassis / frame. We specialize in fabrication of some pretty radical rides. Most of the frames that we build are a slammed suicide axle setup using in house parts, but we can build just about any style frame that you can think of. Feel free to look around and make sure you contact us about any of your frame, fabrication or parts needs.
There is always something new in the shop. We have done everything from mild chops, building perimeter frames to building complete hot rods and rolling chassis. We currently have a Hot 29 Ford Roadster and 1942 Chevy truck cab in the shop that we are turning into a couple of very low rods on our custom frames. We are also hand fabricating a 1929 Ford RPU body from scratch. From gassers, rat rods, street rods to lowriders we have you covered. Stay tuned for more on the builds and parts. If you have any questions Regarding your hot rod or rat rod chassis / frame feel free to contact me personally. I am always willing to help.
Occasionally we fabricate something for one of our Rat Rods or Hot Rod frames, but have no intentions of actually making and selling them. If that is the case I am going to write up a tech article and keep it here for all of you. If you like the articles make sure to tell a friend.
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I am working on creating a list of websites with a common interest as well as sites I support. If you would like to see your website here be sure to email me.
I just wanted to say thanks to a guy I met recently. My truck broke down and I ran across these guys at a nearby Blacksmith shop. The owner is a very cool guy (and a hot rodder) that helped me out. I have been hanging out there just about every day since. If you need anything forged this is your man. I have actually talked them into firing up the forge and building a few spoons, slappers and forged body hammers I currently use. It's pretty cool doing bodywork and hearing the ring of a forged hammer.
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