Crθme de la Chrome award (best of show $5000 prize), Rocky Mountain Rod and Custom Car show, Denver CO 2011

Best in Class, Outstanding Paint, Outstanding Rod-Engine, Outstanding Rod-Interior and Outstanding Street Rod, Detroit Autorama, Detroit Michigan 2012

Best in Class, Outstanding Paint, Select Six Legend Cup Finalist, Chicago World of Wheels, Chicago Illinois 2012

First in class, contender for bill croft memorial award, outstanding use of color, outstanding detail, Chattanooga World of Wheels, Chattanooga TN, 2012 

Best in class, outstanding street rod, outstanding engine-rod, outstanding paint, outstanding undercarriage, Cavalcade of Customs Show Cincinnati Ohio, 2012  

First place class, outstanding street rod, Grand National Roadster Show, Pomona CA, 2012 

Best in class, outstanding street rod, outstanding engine- rod, outstanding paint, outstanding undercarriage, outstanding interior-rod, C.A.S.I cup, Indianapolis World of Wheels, Indianapolis IN, 2012

Mother’s Shine Award, SEMA 2011

Builders Choice Pick, Goodguys Indy, 2011

Street Rod of the Year, Goodguys  Nationals, Columbus, 2011

Street Rodder Top Ten Pick, Goodguys Nationals, Columbus, 2011

Builders Choice Pick, Goodguys Chicagoland,  2011



HotRod & Restoration, June 2012

Street Rodder Magazine, January 2012

Goodguys Gazette (cover and article), November 2011


Frame/Manufacturer – 1932 Ford Boxed by Ark Hot Rods Rails, chassis built by FastLane Rod Shop

Rearend/Ratio – Winters Quick Change

Rear Suspension – Transverse leaf, Pete and Jake Ladder Bars

Rear Brakes – 11” drums, SoCal Covers

Rear Shocks – RCD Bilstein

Front Suspension – Super Bell 4" dropped axle, Modified front crossmember, Modified SoCal Hairpins/Batwings

Front Brakes – GM

Front Shocks – RCD Bilstien

Master Cylinder – Ford/Custom made pedal

Steering Box – Pete and Jakes vega box

Steering Column – Modified Limeworks

Front Wheels – Dayton Wire

Rear Wheels - Dayton Wire

Front Tires - Michelin

Rear Tire – Goodyear

Gas Tank – Tanks ’32 Ford


Body Style– 1932 3 Window Coupe

Body Manufacturer – Ford 

Hood – 4 piece

Radiator – Walker

Body Work/Paint - FastLane Rod Shop

Paint Type/Color – Dupont Single stage mustard

Headlights/Taillights – Jesse Greening headlights/Alan Johnson tailight buckets with Fastlane stands

Modifications – 3/4” Chop with the rear window leaned forward.  Pie cut hood, rear spreader bar and tank curved to match body, front spreader bar curved, handmade aprons front and rear, fenders cut to fit properly, filled original shell.

Other – All Chrome and polishing by Jon Wright's Custom Chrome Plating,


Make – Chevy 350

Manifold/Induction – Barry Grant six shooter

Ignition/Wires – MSD/Taylor

Alternator – Smoothed and painted 1 Wire by PowerMaster

Cooling fan – Flexlite 15” with custom shroud

Headers – Speedway Ram manifolds

Exhaust/Mufflers – Full 2 1/2” (utilizing Ron Covell Donuts), Coated inside and out/Stainless Tube mufflers, by FastLane Rod Shop

Dress Up – Block/Heads ground smooth and painted, mooneyes valve covers, O’Brien Truckers Air Cleaners


Make – Gearstar 700R4

Shifter – Cowl vent handle

Driveshaft – Custom by Sadler Power Train


Dashboard – 3 window with enlarged opening for ‘34 Plymouth panel

Gauges – Swapped the speedo/gauges side to side, work done by Classic Instruments

Wiring Panel – Centech

Steering Wheel – Porsche downsized with early Ford horn button

Seats – Custom made

Upholsterer – Dave Shober, Shober’s Custom Hot Rod Interior’s in Sandwich, Illinois