Erik Johnson's 1937 Ford Woodie is moving along nicely. Check it out along with many other *NEW Photos* on the Projects page. Check out the new videos on the left too!
More *New Photos* on the Projects page. Dont forget to check out the videos above and keep an eye on the Hot Rods and Hobbies YouTube channel for more.
Look for the *NEW Photos* links on the PROJECTS page for the newest photos.
Some older projects closer to completion and some new projects just getting started. Check it all out right HERE.
Check out Ron Corradini's 1955 Chevy in the new Street Rodder HERE.
Our PROJECTS section has been updated again! Lots of new photos of our current projects for your viewing pleasure.
Check out Gary Meadors' 1948 Chrysler Town and Country Woody on the cover of SRP's Winter 2013 issue HERE!
December issue of Street Rodder Magazine featuring their "Road Tour '40" on the cover. Read the article HERE!
Lots of *NEW Photos* on the projects page.
AUGUST 30th 2012:
Check out Ron Corradini's 1955 Chevy. Lots of new pictures HERE!
Gary Meadors' car made it to Del Mar for a preview showing. From Del Mar, Gary and I drove the car to San Jose in the rain, with no interior or top! The reason for the trip? To drop off the car at Sid Shavers shop for full interior and top, not even four weeks later, the car is done and at my shop for final touches, Sid did an amazing job !!! Thanks Sid!
Our 55 pro street project for Ron Corradini is coming along nicely, the motor was built at Shaver's and is now in dress-up stages. Paint work has begun, and interior by Mark at Elegance has started as well.
The Woodie Willie project has been at The Wooden Car for a few months now, and is starting to look amazing. With a giant wooden quarter panel mostly done on the driver side, and the driver's door too, Doug is doin a great job makin a woodie from scratch!
We will have a large display at LA Roadsters Fathers Day show. We will be outside so make sure to save the date, it’s a great show. I'm sure we will be bbqin' again too!
We have new shirt designs out now too! They should be on the web site soon, thanks to Sean Smith Designs for the artwork!