• Bonnie

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  • S. 1967 Camaro

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  • Heathen

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  • Hardy's 1952 F1 Refresh

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  • Back in Black

    Level 7 Motorsports Project
    May we introduce to you, "Back in Black", a 1992 Z28 25th anniversary Camaro. We excited to be a part of this project.  This will be a restoration of the body and chassis with a slew of modifications along the way. Our customer bought this locally and had started working on it himself.  After a good amount of maintenance work he noticed some rust in the floor pans and inner rocker panels.  He decided to bring the car by and let us inspect the car and determine what needed to be done to make the car safe.  Together we decided that there was just too much rust littered throughout the car for it to stay together.  The decision was made to pull the car apart, have it blasted, and replaced all of the infected portions of metal.  With any Camaro holding the title of Z28 and being an anniversary edition car,
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  • Project LS2 S14

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    This car came from Bowling Green Kentucky. It is a Nissan 240 owned by our customer Blane. Click and read more about this car and the story behind it.
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  • LSX Swap

    Level 7 Motorsports Project
    More information to come on this build. This jeep came in with a big block and leaving with an LSX swap.
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  • Tony Mezo's 1967 Impala

    Level 7 Motorsports Project
    On this 1967 Impala we did a complete 430hp LS3/4L70E drivetrain conversion. It included replacing the fuel system, cooling system, drivetrain, wiring, building a custom exhaust system, and new gauges from Dakota Digital. We also installed a front drive system from Holley Performance and air conditioning from Restomod Air. Please email us with any questions about this conversion.
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  • The Power Wagon

    Level 7 Motorsports Project
    The power wagon is a build we have had in the shop for several months. More information to come on the build this weekend.
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  • Crown Royal

    Level 7 Motorsports Project
    This project just came in the shop. Crown Royal is getting 4 linked, frame mounted fuel tank, Crown Vic front end, 4.6L, and a 4R70W. More pictures and information to come soon.
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  • The Time Capsule

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    In 1974 a young Steve Hood purchase this Chevy Nova fresh off the dealer's lot. Right off him and his buddies began modifying it and making it his own. As you can see in the first three photos, Steve put in a lot of hours. They did some body modifications, wheels and tires, and made some more power. For about 5 or 6 years he daily drove it and took his now wife on many dates. In 1980 the car went back under the knife but this time for some serious work! The goal was to compete in the big car shows of time, some such as the Super Chevy Show. The car did great and brought home plenty of trophies. After a few years of local cars shows the car was parked in the garage and rarely driven. Fast forward to just a couple years ago. Steve picked up
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  • The Grinch

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    When David brought his 1968 Cornet 440 by the shop it was already a beautiful car. Maybe one of the best condition vehicles we have had a chance to work on. Its a very original car in that all of the mechanical stuff seems to be stock and untouched. It has had all of the paint and body done as well as a new interior but the suspension, steering, brakes, etc are all original. David and his girlfriend really like to drive the Coronet so he wanted to upgrade the steering, braking, and suspension parts. I know there are a lot of Mopar guys that would have wanted to keep it stock but lets face it, those original parts don't make for a fun drive. The drum brakes just aren't safe and the suspension and steering are both sloppy. Starting up front we stripped the car of all its greasy
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  • Old Blue

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    Every year we attend the Hot Rod Magazine Power Tour. During the winter of 2013 Nate and I decided that we wanted to build something fun and drive it on the tour. After the tour was over we would attempt to sell the truck and recoup our costs. After some looking on Craigslist we found a 1968 C-10 with what appeared to be some very genuine patina. We went and looked at the truck and it was in really bad condition. Bad enough that it probably should not bad been repaired. However the truck had such a cool look that we just couldn't pass it up. We brought the truck back home and formulated a plan to get the old truck back on the road. We wanted a modern LS engine but also wanted to keep a with a traditional hot rodder theme.
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  • HeRB; the GM Powered F100

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    Corey's Truck started out as a Craigslist vehicle. Yeah you know the type, someone threw it together with whatever parts they had and sold it as a hot rod. Corey fell in love with the look of the truck and couldn't wait to start cruising it to work and around town on nice days. Sure enough the suspension was a cobbled together mess, the drive leaked every fluid possible, and it was a gamble anytime you set out in it. We soon sat down together and came up with a plan for a truck that looked the part and was focused on reliability more than anything! We got to work right away on the truck swapping in a GM 5.3L/TH350 engine and trans, a fat man independent front suspension, ridetech coilovers and a parallel 4-link in the rear. The 5.3L has a Texas Speed 228R cam with a 110LSA, Comp
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  • Mongo!

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    Andy's 1970 C-10 is currently under construction in the shop. It is getting a Roadster Shop SPEC chassis capable of laying the frame and rockers on the ground. It will be powered by a GM Performance Parts 525hp LS3 engine and 4L70E automatic transmission. We will be using a Holley Terminator throttle body on top of an aluminum dual plane intake complete with multiport fuel injectors. Also on the engine, you will see a blacked out accessory drive from Drive Junky. Engine control will be handled by Holley's self learning Dominator PCM. The ride height and air ride will all be controlled by Accuair's E-Level system. To bring this truck to a stop we will be using brakes from Wilwood. We are using their 14", 6 piston system up front, 13" 4 piston system out back, and their tandem master cylinder on the firewall. The truck will roll on a
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  • LSM Shop Truck

    Level 7 Motorsports Project
    The LSM Shop Truck is a 1978 C10. The idea with this truck is to build something that could be shown at a local car show, taken to an autocross, drag raced, or driven across the country on the power tour. We want to be able to participate in different events with our customers. We also want this truck to be a staple of the shop. Keep the truck for years and make changed to it as technology and trends change. The frame will be boxed, back halfed, and reinforced. It will also have a set of our production aluminum cab mounts. The drivetrain is a GM 6.0L with an Eaton 1.9L blower backed by a T56 6-speed. The suspension is comprised of a custom 4 link rear with Ridetech coilovers and sway bar. The front is also from Ridetech with their strong arms, sway bar, and coilovers. We have
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  • Bloody Mary

    Level 7 Motorsports Project
    Brian's 1976 C10 came in as a resto mod project that just needed a little extra attention. We replaced the out dated 15" wheels with a set of 18" American Racing VN405 Torque Thrust II wheels in 9" and 10" widths. They were wrapped in Nitto NT555 tires. Brian and his wife want to drive the heck out of this truck and wanted to make sure it would get them where they wanted to go. The truck already had Strong Arms and a 4 link from Ridetech. However, the old air suspension had some issues so we replaced it with Ridetech RQ series coilovers to get the ride height dialed in. No more walking around it with a tape measure to make sure it was level. Another one of the issues was that the headers hung WAY below the frame. We pulled those off and replaced them with a mid
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  • Chester Copperpot

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    John's 1949 Suburban actually drove in the shop completely original. We completely tore this truck down and sandblasted the frame. We step notched the rear of the frame and installed a Ridetech triangulated 4 link with AFCO coilovers. The front suspension is the REVO from The Roadster Shop. If you dont know, this is the Cadilac of independent front suspension's. It is complete with a power rack and pinion, AFCO coilovers, tubular control arms, a 1" hollow sway bar, forged knuckles, and wilwood brakes. The engine is a GM 6.0L LQ4 backed back a B&M TH400 with a 3000 stall. It will be getting a blower cam from Texas Speed, head gaskets, head studs, valve train from Comp, and an Eaton TVS 2.3L blower. The fuel injection is again from the company we trust, Holley EFI. It is their self learning HP system and it will control the engine, fans,
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  • The Naked Fox

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    The Naked Fox is an '89 Mustang owned by my good friend Chris. It's a base model LX that we had to strip down to bare metal to get off all the layers of spray paint. This is were the name Naked Fox originated. We so far have painted it a custom shade of pale grey and gotten it into a rolling chasis. We also stripped and undercoated the underside of the car and the front aprons. Chris plans to do a good deal of Auto cross and road racing with this car so we went with an independent rear suspension from a 2004 Cobra. We also did a set of Eibach springs and QA1 shocks in the rear. The front got a tubular k-member, control arms, and engine mounts from Afco. We installed QA1 coilovers in the front as well as a set of 13" brakes from BAER. For
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  • Mark

    Level 7 Motorsports Project
    This truck was taken down to the bare frame. We had the frame and rear end blasted and powder coated satin black. Once the frame was back we installed a complete Hotchkis TVS kit as well as new disc brakes by CPP. The engine and transmission are stock GM LS 5.3L and a 4L60E. The rear end got a set of 3.73 gears installed along with the factory limited slip. The body was in pretty good shape less a few dents and a generous amount of spray paint. The ended up stripped the truck to bare metal before we began our body work. It was sprayed in victory red off of the new corvette along with the original white code. All of the factory Cheyenne trim was reinstalled to give me that original look. It sits on a set of 18" chrome Ridler wheels. Keep checking back from more progress
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