NEW! ’55-’59 Chevy Truck Chassis

Basic rolling chassis includes:

Mustang II front end with tubular A-arms
and manual steering and 11” brakes

Sway bar front

Tubular X-member

Manual brakes with master cylinder and pedal

Motor and transmission mounts

9” Ford rear end with 3.25 open gear and drum brakes

Posie parallel leaf kit with shocks                          

                                                                              Starts at $ 10,200

NEW! ’47-’54 Chevy Truck Chassis

Basic rolling chassis includes:

Mustang II front end with tubular A-arms
and manual steering and 11” brakes

Sway bar front

Tubular X-member

Manual brakes with master cylinder and pedal

Motor and transmission mounts

9” Ford rear end with 3.25 open gear and drum brakes

Posie parallel leaf kit with shocks                          

                                                                              Starts at $ 10,200

NEW! Part #8065 Pete and Jakes front sway bar 1928-34 Ford

Completely bolt-on unit fastens to the 4-bar batwings. A huge improvement in handling and cornering. It cures many steering problems. It can also be installed in a boxed frame.

This kit includes:

State axle width and diameter of batwing bolt (1/2” or 9/16”). For use with S/B Chevy engine.

Washtenaw Community College Model A

From our friends at Shadow Rods LLC:

Dear All,

I want to take this time to say thank you to everyone who participated with us in this years “Shadow Rods” and “Washtenaw Community College” student project for the 2019 Detroit Autorama Car Show.

The Staff at the school worked extra hard this year with many new students and a few of the previous years class to get the build to a level we both felt comfortable with in showing, even though it was not finished.

We ended up preparing the car to a show appearing level, with most of the exterior completed with the exception of a few of the jewellery pieces not installed.

Working with the Instructors and the class, we were able to come up with the exceptional custom mixed colors for the car based on the superior rendering work of designer Eric Brockmeyer.

Our trim shop “Hof Designs” and it’s leader Rod, came up with some very great interior materials that once finished will just enhance the overall image of the car being both traditional Hot Rod and luxury cruiser. We were unable to get that part of the vehicle finished for the show based on overall timing constraints and the fact that the paint on the grill shell was only about 5 hours old when the car rolled in off the trailer for the show. ‘

Rod and the Hof Designs team in Dearborn Heights, MI., are currently working on the interior with our target debut date of early May for the finished vehicle.

I am including some photos that were taken at the show by us just to give those of you the opportunity to see what your efforts and help turned out at the time it was shown.

Please again know that these are interim photos of the vehicle and we wanted to emphasize the extra efforts it took on everyone’s part to get it this far and be able to display it during the show.

Myself and Jon Hall of Shadow Rods and Tim Vanschoick, Bob Lowing, Jay Mosquera and the rest of the WCC staff and Students again want to personally thank each and every one of you for your participation and support.

The College is currently working on the car after a weeks rest, to move it forward and closer to it’s debut we plan on for early May.

We will be completely photographing the car once finished and I will be making the photos available to you. We hope that each of you proudly display them so that when the students that participated in the project get out into the work force of our industry, they can relate to these shots when they come in for their interviews with you.

I again want to personally thank each and every one of you. Being involved in these types of projects helps us to guide our youth in the directions of all aspects of our industry and hopefully end up with some of these students along side us now and taking our industry ahead for the future.

Keep Hot Rodding, Restoring, Building and Teaching for many years to come!

Sincerely,

Paul Behling
Business Manager

 

1955 Chevy Project Car For Sale (ready to be finished)

New Complete Art Morrison chassis with Wilwood brakes front and rear, 9” Ford 3.70 posi

LS3 with 4L60E transmission (motor has Don Hardee induction)

Complete wiring harness

Vintage Air system

Vintage Air Front runner system

Exhaust system complete and installed

Gas tank installed

Ididit steering column with 55 Chevy steering wheel

1963 Chevy Super Sport bucket seats

Classic instruments gauge package

1967 Chevelle center console

Smooth bumpers

This car has been fitted and body work is ready for paint and upholstery.  There have been several custom modifications done on the body as well.

For more information call Jerry or Jason at 800.334.7240.

     

     

     

33 Three Window Coupe Project For Sale

This is a 1933 Ford 3 window coupe using a Pete and Jake’s chassis with Show Me Rods body.  The car also features custom made steel hood and nose with a Nottingham Chrome grille.

If you are looking for that true Hot Rod look, this car is for you.  This project has too many features to list here, but is also complete with crate motor and crate transmission. There was nothing spared in this build.

This project is available and ready for you to finish.

Please contact Jason or Jerry

      

     

     

     

   

      

     

The Start of Something Big, Clarence Aulbach’s 1937 Ford

Here’s a bunch of photos from the Aulbach build. We built a great chassis for Clarence Aulbach’s new build. The detail on this chassis is fantastic. We at Pete & Jake’s cant’ wait to see the finished build. Clarence please keep us posted and sent more photos of the progress.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

 

 

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1.800.334.7240

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