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Old 10-18-2013, 06:15 PM
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I wanted to start a thread to give some of our customers recognition for their builds as well as show our appreciation for their support in our company and our product. This thread will be dedicated to cars built on Roadster Shop chassis by individuals and other shops around the country. A complete chassis is a major decision in a vehicle build. It is not only a large financial decision as some may see it. It is a large decision based on safety, craftsmanship, attention to detail, and most importantly the overall performance of the car. We feel honored that so many individuals and professional builders alike have noticed our commitment to building the best, and have chosen to build their car on a Roadster Shop chassis.

Below is a collection of cars that will range from garage built to pro built, from traditional hot rods to pro-touring mucle cars, and everything in between. Some familiar faces, some new ones.


Thanks for looking!
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Old 10-18-2013, 06:22 PM
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Let's start with some fresh cars that will be revealed at SEMA in 2 weeks.

1959 Cadillac Convertible built by Sic Chops in Arizona.
Custom Fast Track chassis with air ride
LSA engine with a 6L90 trans
Look for it in the Meguire's booth





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A complete chassis is a major decision in a vehicle build. It is not only a large financial decision as some may see it. It is a large decision based on safety, craftsmanship, attention to detail, and most importantly the overall performance of the car.
That says it all right there.
Looking forward to seeing the amazing cars!
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I think this is going to be best thing ever to hit the Internet!
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Greg Cullums 1969 Twin Turbo Convertible Chevelle was one of the first a-body converts to use the Roadster Shop Chassis.

Kudo`s for The Roadster Shop and their great products.





















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Old 10-19-2013, 10:17 AM
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Thanks for the post Dan. That car was definitely on my list of builds to include in this thread. The car turned out incredible!
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What is the color of that 69? I absolutely love it...
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Anyone know? Looks like a gun metal grey or dark slate grey?
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