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Pat’s ’57

Pat's beautiful two-toned '57 Chevy post car used to belong to his sister, so it is very special to him. We were truly honored when he asked Hanksville to custom-mandrel-bend a new exhaust for this car.

Pat chose 2.5" stainless steel tube for his exhaust, with a custom-fitted H-pipe and Magnaflow mufflers for a throaty but not too-loud sound. We fitted the exhaust to his mid-length headers and, once the tubes were past the low-hanging factory transmission crossmember, bent them upward so that they would run closer to the floor, allowing the mufflers to tuck nicely for maximum ground clearance.

Pat wanted to keep the car's classic look, so he did not want flashy tips. We routed the tailpipes up and over the axle and beneath the rear framerails
, then bent them so that the ends would just barely be visible behind the bumper ends. The result is a classic look which provides a nice finish to the exhaust's deep rumble. Thank you, Pat!


Pat’s ’57

Pat's beautiful two-toned '57 Chevy post car used to belong to his sister, so it is very special to him. We were truly honored when he asked Hanksville to custom-mandrel-bend a new exhaust for this car.

Pat chose 2.5" stainless steel tube for his exhaust, with a custom-fitted H-pipe and Magnaflow mufflers for a throaty but not too-loud sound. We fitted the exhaust to his mid-length headers and, once the tubes were past the low-hanging factory transmission crossmember, bent them upward so that they would run closer to the floor, allowing the mufflers to tuck nicely for maximum ground clearance.

Pat wanted to keep the car's classic look, so he did not want flashy tips. We routed the tailpipes up and over the axle and beneath the rear framerails
, then bent them so that the ends would just barely be visible behind the bumper ends. The result is a classic look which provides a nice finish to the exhaust's deep rumble. Thank you, Pat!


Pat’s ’57

Pat's beautiful two-toned '57 Chevy post car used to belong to his sister, so it is very special to him. We were truly honored when he asked Hanksville to custom-mandrel-bend a new exhaust for this car.

Pat chose 2.5" stainless steel tube for his exhaust, with a custom-fitted H-pipe and Magnaflow mufflers for a throaty but not too-loud sound. We fitted the exhaust to his mid-length headers and, once the tubes were past the low-hanging factory transmission crossmember, bent them upward so that they would run closer to the floor, allowing the mufflers to tuck nicely for maximum ground clearance.

Pat wanted to keep the car's classic look, so he did not want flashy tips. We routed the tailpipes up and over the axle and beneath the rear framerails
, then bent them so that the ends would just barely be visible behind the bumper ends. The result is a classic look which provides a nice finish to the exhaust's deep rumble. Thank you, Pat!


Pat’s ’57

Pat's beautiful two-toned '57 Chevy post car used to belong to his sister, so it is very special to him. We were truly honored when he asked Hanksville to custom-mandrel-bend a new exhaust for this car.

Pat chose 2.5" stainless steel tube for his exhaust, with a custom-fitted H-pipe and Magnaflow mufflers for a throaty but not too-loud sound. We fitted the exhaust to his mid-length headers and, once the tubes were past the low-hanging factory transmission crossmember, bent them upward so that they would run closer to the floor, allowing the mufflers to tuck nicely for maximum ground clearance.

Pat wanted to keep the car's classic look, so he did not want flashy tips. We routed the tailpipes up and over the axle and beneath the rear framerails
, then bent them so that the ends would just barely be visible behind the bumper ends. The result is a classic look which provides a nice finish to the exhaust's deep rumble. Thank you, Pat!


Pat’s ’57

Pat's beautiful two-toned '57 Chevy post car used to belong to his sister, so it is very special to him. We were truly honored when he asked Hanksville to custom-mandrel-bend a new exhaust for this car.

Pat chose 2.5" stainless steel tube for his exhaust, with a custom-fitted H-pipe and Magnaflow mufflers for a throaty but not too-loud sound. We fitted the exhaust to his mid-length headers and, once the tubes were past the low-hanging factory transmission crossmember, bent them upward so that they would run closer to the floor, allowing the mufflers to tuck nicely for maximum ground clearance.

Pat wanted to keep the car's classic look, so he did not want flashy tips. We routed the tailpipes up and over the axle and beneath the rear framerails
, then bent them so that the ends would just barely be visible behind the bumper ends. The result is a classic look which provides a nice finish to the exhaust's deep rumble. Thank you, Pat!


Pat’s ’57

Pat's beautiful two-toned '57 Chevy post car used to belong to his sister, so it is very special to him. We were truly honored when he asked Hanksville to custom-mandrel-bend a new exhaust for this car.

Pat chose 2.5" stainless steel tube for his exhaust, with a custom-fitted H-pipe and Magnaflow mufflers for a throaty but not too-loud sound. We fitted the exhaust to his mid-length headers and, once the tubes were past the low-hanging factory transmission crossmember, bent them upward so that they would run closer to the floor, allowing the mufflers to tuck nicely for maximum ground clearance.

Pat wanted to keep the car's classic look, so he did not want flashy tips. We routed the tailpipes up and over the axle and beneath the rear framerails
, then bent them so that the ends would just barely be visible behind the bumper ends. The result is a classic look which provides a nice finish to the exhaust's deep rumble. Thank you, Pat!


Pat’s ’57

Pat's beautiful two-toned '57 Chevy post car used to belong to his sister, so it is very special to him. We were truly honored when he asked Hanksville to custom-mandrel-bend a new exhaust for this car.

Pat chose 2.5" stainless steel tube for his exhaust, with a custom-fitted H-pipe and Magnaflow mufflers for a throaty but not too-loud sound. We fitted the exhaust to his mid-length headers and, once the tubes were past the low-hanging factory transmission crossmember, bent them upward so that they would run closer to the floor, allowing the mufflers to tuck nicely for maximum ground clearance.

Pat wanted to keep the car's classic look, so he did not want flashy tips. We routed the tailpipes up and over the axle and beneath the rear framerails
, then bent them so that the ends would just barely be visible behind the bumper ends. The result is a classic look which provides a nice finish to the exhaust's deep rumble. Thank you, Pat!


Jim’s ’55

Jim is building a great show car/driver, with 572 c.i. Chevrolet power, a fully TIG-welded custom chassis, and a very clean and straight body. After hearing about our custom exhaust work on high-end show cars, he asked us to fabricate a custom mandrel-bent Hanksville exhaust for his car.

After discussing and comparing the merits of coated mild steel versus stainless steel, Jim chose to make his exhaust from 3" stainless. We fully TIG-welded the exhaust to give it a show car appearance, and used polished Aero mufflers because of their size and great flow characteristics.

The car's chassis has dual crossmembers on each side that limited the space available for the 3" exhaust tubes. We added flanges to the front of the crossmembers, which makes installation and removal of the exhaust much easier. The exhaust uses flex couplers just after the header flanges to allow the engine to move without transferring much vibration into the exhaust and chassis. All of the hangers are custom-fabricated, and we used high-temp grommets to hang the exhaust. After wrapping around the coilover shocks, the exhaust exits under the bumper through polished rectangular stainless steel tips.





Jim’s ’55

Jim is building a great show car/driver, with 572 c.i. Chevrolet power, a fully TIG-welded custom chassis, and a very clean and straight body. After hearing about our custom exhaust work on high-end show cars, he asked us to fabricate a custom mandrel-bent Hanksville exhaust for his car.

After discussing and comparing the merits of coated mild steel versus stainless steel, Jim chose to make his exhaust from 3" stainless. We fully TIG-welded the exhaust to give it a show car appearance, and used polished Aero mufflers because of their size and great flow characteristics.

The car's chassis has dual crossmembers on each side that limited the space available for the 3" exhaust tubes. We added flanges to the front of the crossmembers, which makes installation and removal of the exhaust much easier. The exhaust uses flex couplers just after the header flanges to allow the engine to move without transferring much vibration into the exhaust and chassis. All of the hangers are custom-fabricated, and we used high-temp grommets to hang the exhaust. After wrapping around the coilover shocks, the exhaust exits under the bumper through polished rectangular stainless steel tips.



Jim’s ’55

Jim is building a great show car/driver, with 572 c.i. Chevrolet power, a fully TIG-welded custom chassis, and a very clean and straight body. After hearing about our custom exhaust work on high-end show cars, he asked us to fabricate a custom mandrel-bent Hanksville exhaust for his car.

After discussing and comparing the merits of coated mild steel versus stainless steel, Jim chose to make his exhaust from 3" stainless. We fully TIG-welded the exhaust to give it a show car appearance, and used polished Aero mufflers because of their size and great flow characteristics.

The car's chassis has dual crossmembers on each side that limited the space available for the 3" exhaust tubes. We added flanges to the front of the crossmembers, which makes installation and removal of the exhaust much easier. The exhaust uses flex couplers just after the header flanges to allow the engine to move without transferring much vibration into the exhaust and chassis. All of the hangers are custom-fabricated, and we used high-temp grommets to hang the exhaust. After wrapping around the coilover shocks, the exhaust exits under the bumper through polished rectangular stainless steel tips.





Jim’s ’55

Jim is building a great show car/driver, with 572 c.i. Chevrolet power, a fully TIG-welded custom chassis, and a very clean and straight body. After hearing about our custom exhaust work on high-end show cars, he asked us to fabricate a custom mandrel-bent Hanksville exhaust for his car.

After discussing and comparing the merits of coated mild steel versus stainless steel, Jim chose to make his exhaust from 3" stainless. We fully TIG-welded the exhaust to give it a show car appearance, and used polished Aero mufflers because of their size and great flow characteristics.

The car's chassis has dual crossmembers on each side that limited the space available for the 3" exhaust tubes. We added flanges to the front of the crossmembers, which makes installation and removal of the exhaust much easier. The exhaust uses flex couplers just after the header flanges to allow the engine to move without transferring much vibration into the exhaust and chassis. All of the hangers are custom-fabricated, and we used high-temp grommets to hang the exhaust. After wrapping around the coilover shocks, the exhaust exits under the bumper through polished rectangular stainless steel tips.



Jim’s ’55

Jim is building a great show car/driver, with 572 c.i. Chevrolet power, a fully TIG-welded custom chassis, and a very clean and straight body. After hearing about our custom exhaust work on high-end show cars, he asked us to fabricate a custom mandrel-bent Hanksville exhaust for his car.

After discussing and comparing the merits of coated mild steel versus stainless steel, Jim chose to make his exhaust from 3" stainless. We fully TIG-welded the exhaust to give it a show car appearance, and used polished Aero mufflers because of their size and great flow characteristics.

The car's chassis has dual crossmembers on each side that limited the space available for the 3" exhaust tubes. We added flanges to the front of the crossmembers, which makes installation and removal of the exhaust much easier. The exhaust uses flex couplers just after the header flanges to allow the engine to move without transferring much vibration into the exhaust and chassis. All of the hangers are custom-fabricated, and we used high-temp grommets to hang the exhaust. After wrapping around the coilover shocks, the exhaust exits under the bumper through polished rectangular stainless steel tips.



Jim’s ’55

Jim is building a great show car/driver, with 572 c.i. Chevrolet power, a fully TIG-welded custom chassis, and a very clean and straight body. After hearing about our custom exhaust work on high-end show cars, he asked us to fabricate a custom mandrel-bent Hanksville exhaust for his car.

After discussing and comparing the merits of coated mild steel versus stainless steel, Jim chose to make his exhaust from 3" stainless. We fully TIG-welded the exhaust to give it a show car appearance, and used polished Aero mufflers because of their size and great flow characteristics.

The car's chassis has dual crossmembers on each side that limited the space available for the 3" exhaust tubes. We added flanges to the front of the crossmembers, which makes installation and removal of the exhaust much easier. The exhaust uses flex couplers just after the header flanges to allow the engine to move without transferring much vibration into the exhaust and chassis. All of the hangers are custom-fabricated, and we used high-temp grommets to hang the exhaust. After wrapping around the coilover shocks, the exhaust exits under the bumper through polished rectangular stainless steel tips.





Jim’s ’55

Jim is building a great show car/driver, with 572 c.i. Chevrolet power, a fully TIG-welded custom chassis, and a very clean and straight body. After hearing about our custom exhaust work on high-end show cars, he asked us to fabricate a custom mandrel-bent Hanksville exhaust for his car.

After discussing and comparing the merits of coated mild steel versus stainless steel, Jim chose to make his exhaust from 3" stainless. We fully TIG-welded the exhaust to give it a show car appearance, and used polished Aero mufflers because of their size and great flow characteristics.

The car's chassis has dual crossmembers on each side that limited the space available for the 3" exhaust tubes. We added flanges to the front of the crossmembers, which makes installation and removal of the exhaust much easier. The exhaust uses flex couplers just after the header flanges to allow the engine to move without transferring much vibration into the exhaust and chassis. All of the hangers are custom-fabricated, and we used high-temp grommets to hang the exhaust. After wrapping around the coilover shocks, the exhaust exits under the bumper through polished rectangular stainless steel tips.





Jim’s ’55

Jim is building a great show car/driver, with 572 c.i. Chevrolet power, a fully TIG-welded custom chassis, and a very clean and straight body. After hearing about our custom exhaust work on high-end show cars, he asked us to fabricate a custom mandrel-bent Hanksville exhaust for his car.

After discussing and comparing the merits of coated mild steel versus stainless steel, Jim chose to make his exhaust from 3" stainless. We fully TIG-welded the exhaust to give it a show car appearance, and used polished Aero mufflers because of their size and great flow characteristics.

The car's chassis has dual crossmembers on each side that limited the space available for the 3" exhaust tubes. We added flanges to the front of the crossmembers, which makes installation and removal of the exhaust much easier. The exhaust uses flex couplers just after the header flanges to allow the engine to move without transferring much vibration into the exhaust and chassis. All of the hangers are custom-fabricated, and we used high-temp grommets to hang the exhaust. After wrapping around the coilover shocks, the exhaust exits under the bumper through polished rectangular stainless steel tips.



Jim’s ’55

Jim is building a great show car/driver, with 572 c.i. Chevrolet power, a fully TIG-welded custom chassis, and a very clean and straight body. After hearing about our custom exhaust work on high-end show cars, he asked us to fabricate a custom mandrel-bent Hanksville exhaust for his car.

After discussing and comparing the merits of coated mild steel versus stainless steel, Jim chose to make his exhaust from 3" stainless. We fully TIG-welded the exhaust to give it a show car appearance, and used polished Aero mufflers because of their size and great flow characteristics.

The car's chassis has dual crossmembers on each side that limited the space available for the 3" exhaust tubes. We added flanges to the front of the crossmembers, which makes installation and removal of the exhaust much easier. The exhaust uses flex couplers just after the header flanges to allow the engine to move without transferring much vibration into the exhaust and chassis. All of the hangers are custom-fabricated, and we used high-temp grommets to hang the exhaust. After wrapping around the coilover shocks, the exhaust exits under the bumper through polished rectangular stainless steel tips.





Jim’s ’55

Jim is building a great show car/driver, with 572 c.i. Chevrolet power, a fully TIG-welded custom chassis, and a very clean and straight body. After hearing about our custom exhaust work on high-end show cars, he asked us to fabricate a custom mandrel-bent Hanksville exhaust for his car.

After discussing and comparing the merits of coated mild steel versus stainless steel, Jim chose to make his exhaust from 3" stainless. We fully TIG-welded the exhaust to give it a show car appearance, and used polished Aero mufflers because of their size and great flow characteristics.

The car's chassis has dual crossmembers on each side that limited the space available for the 3" exhaust tubes. We added flanges to the front of the crossmembers, which makes installation and removal of the exhaust much easier. The exhaust uses flex couplers just after the header flanges to allow the engine to move without transferring much vibration into the exhaust and chassis. All of the hangers are custom-fabricated, and we used high-temp grommets to hang the exhaust. After wrapping around the coilover shocks, the exhaust exits under the bumper through polished rectangular stainless steel tips.



Jim’s ’55

Jim is building a great show car/driver, with 572 c.i. Chevrolet power, a fully TIG-welded custom chassis, and a very clean and straight body. After hearing about our custom exhaust work on high-end show cars, he asked us to fabricate a custom mandrel-bent Hanksville exhaust for his car.

After discussing and comparing the merits of coated mild steel versus stainless steel, Jim chose to make his exhaust from 3" stainless. We fully TIG-welded the exhaust to give it a show car appearance, and used polished Aero mufflers because of their size and great flow characteristics.

The car's chassis has dual crossmembers on each side that limited the space available for the 3" exhaust tubes. We added flanges to the front of the crossmembers, which makes installation and removal of the exhaust much easier. The exhaust uses flex couplers just after the header flanges to allow the engine to move without transferring much vibration into the exhaust and chassis. All of the hangers are custom-fabricated, and we used high-temp grommets to hang the exhaust. After wrapping around the coilover shocks, the exhaust exits under the bumper through polished rectangular stainless steel tips.





Jim’s ’55

Jim is building a great show car/driver, with 572 c.i. Chevrolet power, a fully TIG-welded custom chassis, and a very clean and straight body. After hearing about our custom exhaust work on high-end show cars, he asked us to fabricate a custom mandrel-bent Hanksville exhaust for his car.

After discussing and comparing the merits of coated mild steel versus stainless steel, Jim chose to make his exhaust from 3" stainless. We fully TIG-welded the exhaust to give it a show car appearance, and used polished Aero mufflers because of their size and great flow characteristics.

The car's chassis has dual crossmembers on each side that limited the space available for the 3" exhaust tubes. We added flanges to the front of the crossmembers, which makes installation and removal of the exhaust much easier. The exhaust uses flex couplers just after the header flanges to allow the engine to move without transferring much vibration into the exhaust and chassis. All of the hangers are custom-fabricated, and we used high-temp grommets to hang the exhaust. After wrapping around the coilover shocks, the exhaust exits under the bumper through polished rectangular stainless steel tips.



Jim’s ’55

Jim is building a great show car/driver, with 572 c.i. Chevrolet power, a fully TIG-welded custom chassis, and a very clean and straight body. After hearing about our custom exhaust work on high-end show cars, he asked us to fabricate a custom mandrel-bent Hanksville exhaust for his car.

After discussing and comparing the merits of coated mild steel versus stainless steel, Jim chose to make his exhaust from 3" stainless. We fully TIG-welded the exhaust to give it a show car appearance, and used polished Aero mufflers because of their size and great flow characteristics.

The car's chassis has dual crossmembers on each side that limited the space available for the 3" exhaust tubes. We added flanges to the front of the crossmembers, which makes installation and removal of the exhaust much easier. The exhaust uses flex couplers just after the header flanges to allow the engine to move without transferring much vibration into the exhaust and chassis. All of the hangers are custom-fabricated, and we used high-temp grommets to hang the exhaust. After wrapping around the coilover shocks, the exhaust exits under the bumper through polished rectangular stainless steel tips.



Jim’s ’55

Jim is building a great show car/driver, with 572 c.i. Chevrolet power, a fully TIG-welded custom chassis, and a very clean and straight body. After hearing about our custom exhaust work on high-end show cars, he asked us to fabricate a custom mandrel-bent Hanksville exhaust for his car.

After discussing and comparing the merits of coated mild steel versus stainless steel, Jim chose to make his exhaust from 3" stainless. We fully TIG-welded the exhaust to give it a show car appearance, and used polished Aero mufflers because of their size and great flow characteristics.

The car's chassis has dual crossmembers on each side that limited the space available for the 3" exhaust tubes. We added flanges to the front of the crossmembers, which makes installation and removal of the exhaust much easier. The exhaust uses flex couplers just after the header flanges to allow the engine to move without transferring much vibration into the exhaust and chassis. All of the hangers are custom-fabricated, and we used high-temp grommets to hang the exhaust. After wrapping around the coilover shocks, the exhaust exits under the bumper through polished rectangular stainless steel tips.





Frank’s ’55

Ciff at Specialty Cars brought his customer’s ’55 show car to us for a custom mandrel-bent exhaust. This car features a beautiful paint job, a nicely detailed undercarriage, and a Corvette rear suspension. Cliff and Frank asked us to custom-fabricate the dual exhaust from 2.5" 304 stainless steel. They chose polished Flowmaster Hushpower II mufflers for a nice, traditional sound. We carefully routed the pipes through the tight spaces in the nicely-painted custom chassis, taking care to not scratch the paint or hard the polished finish on the suspension components.

The exhaust includes 21 custom mandrel bends. Since it was made from 304, we completely TIG-welded the exhaust and added a stainless steel o2 sensor fitting. Despite the tight fitment, there are no rattles and the exhaust is completely service-removeable. We finished the exhaust by fabricating a pair of 3" stainless steel turndowns.

 
Frank’s ’55

Ciff at Specialty Cars brought his customer’s ’55 show car to us for a custom mandrel-bent exhaust. This car features a beautiful paint job, a nicely detailed undercarriage, and a Corvette rear suspension. Cliff and Frank asked us to custom-fabricate the dual exhaust from 2.5" 304 stainless steel. They chose polished Flowmaster Hushpower II mufflers for a nice, traditional sound. We carefully routed the pipes through the tight spaces in the nicely-painted custom chassis, taking care to not scratch the paint or hard the polished finish on the suspension components.

The exhaust includes 21 custom mandrel bends. Since it was made from 304, we completely TIG-welded the exhaust and added a stainless steel o2 sensor fitting. Despite the tight fitment, there are no rattles and the exhaust is completely service-removeable. We finished the exhaust by fabricating a pair of 3" stainless steel turndowns.

 
Frank’s ’55

Ciff at Specialty Cars brought his customer’s ’55 show car to us for a custom mandrel-bent exhaust. This car features a beautiful paint job, a nicely detailed undercarriage, and a Corvette rear suspension. Cliff and Frank asked us to custom-fabricate the dual exhaust from 2.5" 304 stainless steel. They chose polished Flowmaster Hushpower II mufflers for a nice, traditional sound. We carefully routed the pipes through the tight spaces in the nicely-painted custom chassis, taking care to not scratch the paint or hard the polished finish on the suspension components.

The exhaust includes 21 custom mandrel bends. Since it was made from 304, we completely TIG-welded the exhaust and added a stainless steel o2 sensor fitting. Despite the tight fitment, there are no rattles and the exhaust is completely service-removeable. We finished the exhaust by fabricating a pair of 3" stainless steel turndowns.

 
Frank’s ’55

Ciff at Specialty Cars brought his customer’s ’55 show car to us for a custom mandrel-bent exhaust. This car features a beautiful paint job, a nicely detailed undercarriage, and a Corvette rear suspension. Cliff and Frank asked us to custom-fabricate the dual exhaust from 2.5" 304 stainless steel. They chose polished Flowmaster Hushpower II mufflers for a nice, traditional sound. We carefully routed the pipes through the tight spaces in the nicely-painted custom chassis, taking care to not scratch the paint or hard the polished finish on the suspension components.

The exhaust includes 21 custom mandrel bends. Since it was made from 304, we completely TIG-welded the exhaust and added a stainless steel o2 sensor fitting. Despite the tight fitment, there are no rattles and the exhaust is completely service-removeable. We finished the exhaust by fabricating a pair of 3" stainless steel turndowns.

 
Frank’s ’55

Ciff at Specialty Cars brought his customer’s ’55 show car to us for a custom mandrel-bent exhaust. This car features a beautiful paint job, a nicely detailed undercarriage, and a Corvette rear suspension. Cliff and Frank asked us to custom-fabricate the dual exhaust from 2.5" 304 stainless steel. They chose polished Flowmaster Hushpower II mufflers for a nice, traditional sound. We carefully routed the pipes through the tight spaces in the nicely-painted custom chassis, taking care to not scratch the paint or hard the polished finish on the suspension components.

The exhaust includes 21 custom mandrel bends. Since it was made from 304, we completely TIG-welded the exhaust and added a stainless steel o2 sensor fitting. Despite the tight fitment, there are no rattles and the exhaust is completely service-removeable. We finished the exhaust by fabricating a pair of 3" stainless steel turndowns.

 
Frank’s ’55

Ciff at Specialty Cars brought his customer’s ’55 show car to us for a custom mandrel-bent exhaust. This car features a beautiful paint job, a nicely detailed undercarriage, and a Corvette rear suspension. Cliff and Frank asked us to custom-fabricate the dual exhaust from 2.5" 304 stainless steel. They chose polished Flowmaster Hushpower II mufflers for a nice, traditional sound. We carefully routed the pipes through the tight spaces in the nicely-painted custom chassis, taking care to not scratch the paint or hard the polished finish on the suspension components.

The exhaust includes 21 custom mandrel bends. Since it was made from 304, we completely TIG-welded the exhaust and added a stainless steel o2 sensor fitting. Despite the tight fitment, there are no rattles and the exhaust is completely service-removeable. We finished the exhaust by fabricating a pair of 3" stainless steel turndowns.

 
Frank’s ’55

Ciff at Specialty Cars brought his customer’s ’55 show car to us for a custom mandrel-bent exhaust. This car features a beautiful paint job, a nicely detailed undercarriage, and a Corvette rear suspension. Cliff and Frank asked us to custom-fabricate the dual exhaust from 2.5" 304 stainless steel. They chose polished Flowmaster Hushpower II mufflers for a nice, traditional sound. We carefully routed the pipes through the tight spaces in the nicely-painted custom chassis, taking care to not scratch the paint or hard the polished finish on the suspension components.

The exhaust includes 21 custom mandrel bends. Since it was made from 304, we completely TIG-welded the exhaust and added a stainless steel o2 sensor fitting. Despite the tight fitment, there are no rattles and the exhaust is completely service-removeable. We finished the exhaust by fabricating a pair of 3" stainless steel turndowns.

 
Brian’s ’57 Nomad

Brian’s Nomad has an eye-catching blue paint job, a 454 big block, and a great-sounding Hanksville exhaust. Brian wanted a low rumble for the car, and had heard great things about the Flowmaster Super 44 mufflers. These mufflers are similar to the Flowmaster 2-chamber 40-series mufflers, but give a lower tone to the exhaust.

Brian’s exhaust was made from 2.5" aluminized tube and uses an H-pipe crossover beneath the transmission output. Since the headers hung fairly low under the body, we added custom mandrel bends to allow the pipes and mufflers to tuck up out of the way. Behind the Super 44s, we had to make some tight bends over the axle and around the fuel tank We then added long, stainless steel tips exiting under the rear bumper for a classic look. 

   
Brian’s ’57 Nomad

Brian’s Nomad has an eye-catching blue paint job, a 454 big block, and a great-sounding Hanksville exhaust. Brian wanted a low rumble for the car, and had heard great things about the Flowmaster Super 44 mufflers. These mufflers are similar to the Flowmaster 2-chamber 40-series mufflers, but give a lower tone to the exhaust.

Brian’s exhaust was made from 2.5" aluminized tube and uses an H-pipe crossover beneath the transmission output. Since the headers hung fairly low under the body, we added custom mandrel bends to allow the pipes and mufflers to tuck up out of the way. Behind the Super 44s, we had to make some tight bends over the axle and around the fuel tank We then added long, stainless steel tips exiting under the rear bumper for a classic look. 

   
Brian’s ’57 Nomad

Brian’s Nomad has an eye-catching blue paint job, a 454 big block, and a great-sounding Hanksville exhaust. Brian wanted a low rumble for the car, and had heard great things about the Flowmaster Super 44 mufflers. These mufflers are similar to the Flowmaster 2-chamber 40-series mufflers, but give a lower tone to the exhaust.

Brian’s exhaust was made from 2.5" aluminized tube and uses an H-pipe crossover beneath the transmission output. Since the headers hung fairly low under the body, we added custom mandrel bends to allow the pipes and mufflers to tuck up out of the way. Behind the Super 44s, we had to make some tight bends over the axle and around the fuel tank We then added long, stainless steel tips exiting under the rear bumper for a classic look. 

   
Brian’s ’57 Nomad

Brian’s Nomad has an eye-catching blue paint job, a 454 big block, and a great-sounding Hanksville exhaust. Brian wanted a low rumble for the car, and had heard great things about the Flowmaster Super 44 mufflers. These mufflers are similar to the Flowmaster 2-chamber 40-series mufflers, but give a lower tone to the exhaust.

Brian’s exhaust was made from 2.5" aluminized tube and uses an H-pipe crossover beneath the transmission output. Since the headers hung fairly low under the body, we added custom mandrel bends to allow the pipes and mufflers to tuck up out of the way. Behind the Super 44s, we had to make some tight bends over the axle and around the fuel tank We then added long, stainless steel tips exiting under the rear bumper for a classic look. 

   
Brian’s ’57 Nomad

Brian’s Nomad has an eye-catching blue paint job, a 454 big block, and a great-sounding Hanksville exhaust. Brian wanted a low rumble for the car, and had heard great things about the Flowmaster Super 44 mufflers. These mufflers are similar to the Flowmaster 2-chamber 40-series mufflers, but give a lower tone to the exhaust.

Brian’s exhaust was made from 2.5" aluminized tube and uses an H-pipe crossover beneath the transmission output. Since the headers hung fairly low under the body, we added custom mandrel bends to allow the pipes and mufflers to tuck up out of the way. Behind the Super 44s, we had to make some tight bends over the axle and around the fuel tank We then added long, stainless steel tips exiting under the rear bumper for a classic look. 

   
Brian’s ’57 Nomad

Brian’s Nomad has an eye-catching blue paint job, a 454 big block, and a great-sounding Hanksville exhaust. Brian wanted a low rumble for the car, and had heard great things about the Flowmaster Super 44 mufflers. These mufflers are similar to the Flowmaster 2-chamber 40-series mufflers, but give a lower tone to the exhaust.

Brian’s exhaust was made from 2.5" aluminized tube and uses an H-pipe crossover beneath the transmission output. Since the headers hung fairly low under the body, we added custom mandrel bends to allow the pipes and mufflers to tuck up out of the way. Behind the Super 44s, we had to make some tight bends over the axle and around the fuel tank We then added long, stainless steel tips exiting under the rear bumper for a classic look. 

   
Curt’s ’56

Curt called to tell us that he was building a '56 Chevy show car with many custom features such as tucked spring perches, a fully custom interior and a reshaped engine compartment. He wanted a custom exhaust to match the quality and detail that he was building into the rest of the car, so he called upon Hanksville Hot Rods to build it for him. The car came to us just before the paint stage so we had easy access to the unfinished undercarriage.

Curt chose 2.5" 304 stainless steel tube, which meant that we would fully TIG-weld the exhaust. We used 304 stainless steel Hushpower II mufflers and incorporated three high-quality stainless steel V-band flanges to give the exhaust a very high-end appearance.

Beginning after the headers, we added stainless header collector flanges and an H-pipe crossover underneath the transmission output shaft, using a V-band flange to connect the two H-pipe halves. After the mufflers, the tailpipes are routed over the axle and around the aftermarket fuel tank. The tailpipes end in turndowns in front of the rear crossmember. We fabricated custom stainless steel hangers to complete this show-quality exhaust. After completion, Curt planned to take the exhaust to be polished.

 
Curt’s ’56

Curt called to tell us that he was building a '56 Chevy show car with many custom features such as tucked spring perches, a fully custom interior and a reshaped engine compartment. He wanted a custom exhaust to match the quality and detail that he was building into the rest of the car, so he called upon Hanksville Hot Rods to build it for him. The car came to us just before the paint stage so we had easy access to the unfinished undercarriage.

Curt chose 2.5" 304 stainless steel tube, which meant that we would fully TIG-weld the exhaust. We used 304 stainless steel Hushpower II mufflers and incorporated three high-quality stainless steel V-band flanges to give the exhaust a very high-end appearance.

Beginning after the headers, we added stainless header collector flanges and an H-pipe crossover underneath the transmission output shaft, using a V-band flange to connect the two H-pipe halves. After the mufflers, the tailpipes are routed over the axle and around the aftermarket fuel tank. The tailpipes end in turndowns in front of the rear crossmember. We fabricated custom stainless steel hangers to complete this show-quality exhaust. After completion, Curt planned to take the exhaust to be polished.

 
Curt’s ’56

Curt called to tell us that he was building a '56 Chevy show car with many custom features such as tucked spring perches, a fully custom interior and a reshaped engine compartment. He wanted a custom exhaust to match the quality and detail that he was building into the rest of the car, so he called upon Hanksville Hot Rods to build it for him. The car came to us just before the paint stage so we had easy access to the unfinished undercarriage.

Curt chose 2.5" 304 stainless steel tube, which meant that we would fully TIG-weld the exhaust. We used 304 stainless steel Hushpower II mufflers and incorporated three high-quality stainless steel V-band flanges to give the exhaust a very high-end appearance.

Beginning after the headers, we added stainless header collector flanges and an H-pipe crossover underneath the transmission output shaft, using a V-band flange to connect the two H-pipe halves. After the mufflers, the tailpipes are routed over the axle and around the aftermarket fuel tank. The tailpipes end in turndowns in front of the rear crossmember. We fabricated custom stainless steel hangers to complete this show-quality exhaust. After completion, Curt planned to take the exhaust to be polished.

 
Curt’s ’56

Curt called to tell us that he was building a '56 Chevy show car with many custom features such as tucked spring perches, a fully custom interior and a reshaped engine compartment. He wanted a custom exhaust to match the quality and detail that he was building into the rest of the car, so he called upon Hanksville Hot Rods to build it for him. The car came to us just before the paint stage so we had easy access to the unfinished undercarriage.

Curt chose 2.5" 304 stainless steel tube, which meant that we would fully TIG-weld the exhaust. We used 304 stainless steel Hushpower II mufflers and incorporated three high-quality stainless steel V-band flanges to give the exhaust a very high-end appearance.

Beginning after the headers, we added stainless header collector flanges and an H-pipe crossover underneath the transmission output shaft, using a V-band flange to connect the two H-pipe halves. After the mufflers, the tailpipes are routed over the axle and around the aftermarket fuel tank. The tailpipes end in turndowns in front of the rear crossmember. We fabricated custom stainless steel hangers to complete this show-quality exhaust. After completion, Curt planned to take the exhaust to be polished.

 
Curt’s ’56

Curt called to tell us that he was building a '56 Chevy show car with many custom features such as tucked spring perches, a fully custom interior and a reshaped engine compartment. He wanted a custom exhaust to match the quality and detail that he was building into the rest of the car, so he called upon Hanksville Hot Rods to build it for him. The car came to us just before the paint stage so we had easy access to the unfinished undercarriage.

Curt chose 2.5" 304 stainless steel tube, which meant that we would fully TIG-weld the exhaust. We used 304 stainless steel Hushpower II mufflers and incorporated three high-quality stainless steel V-band flanges to give the exhaust a very high-end appearance.

Beginning after the headers, we added stainless header collector flanges and an H-pipe crossover underneath the transmission output shaft, using a V-band flange to connect the two H-pipe halves. After the mufflers, the tailpipes are routed over the axle and around the aftermarket fuel tank. The tailpipes end in turndowns in front of the rear crossmember. We fabricated custom stainless steel hangers to complete this show-quality exhaust. After completion, Curt planned to take the exhaust to be polished.

 
Curt’s ’56

Curt called to tell us that he was building a '56 Chevy show car with many custom features such as tucked spring perches, a fully custom interior and a reshaped engine compartment. He wanted a custom exhaust to match the quality and detail that he was building into the rest of the car, so he called upon Hanksville Hot Rods to build it for him. The car came to us just before the paint stage so we had easy access to the unfinished undercarriage.

Curt chose 2.5" 304 stainless steel tube, which meant that we would fully TIG-weld the exhaust. We used 304 stainless steel Hushpower II mufflers and incorporated three high-quality stainless steel V-band flanges to give the exhaust a very high-end appearance.

Beginning after the headers, we added stainless header collector flanges and an H-pipe crossover underneath the transmission output shaft, using a V-band flange to connect the two H-pipe halves. After the mufflers, the tailpipes are routed over the axle and around the aftermarket fuel tank. The tailpipes end in turndowns in front of the rear crossmember. We fabricated custom stainless steel hangers to complete this show-quality exhaust. After completion, Curt planned to take the exhaust to be polished.

 
Curt’s ’56

Curt called to tell us that he was building a '56 Chevy show car with many custom features such as tucked spring perches, a fully custom interior and a reshaped engine compartment. He wanted a custom exhaust to match the quality and detail that he was building into the rest of the car, so he called upon Hanksville Hot Rods to build it for him. The car came to us just before the paint stage so we had easy access to the unfinished undercarriage.

Curt chose 2.5" 304 stainless steel tube, which meant that we would fully TIG-weld the exhaust. We used 304 stainless steel Hushpower II mufflers and incorporated three high-quality stainless steel V-band flanges to give the exhaust a very high-end appearance.

Beginning after the headers, we added stainless header collector flanges and an H-pipe crossover underneath the transmission output shaft, using a V-band flange to connect the two H-pipe halves. After the mufflers, the tailpipes are routed over the axle and around the aftermarket fuel tank. The tailpipes end in turndowns in front of the rear crossmember. We fabricated custom stainless steel hangers to complete this show-quality exhaust. After completion, Curt planned to take the exhaust to be polished.

 
Curt’s ’56

Curt called to tell us that he was building a '56 Chevy show car with many custom features such as tucked spring perches, a fully custom interior and a reshaped engine compartment. He wanted a custom exhaust to match the quality and detail that he was building into the rest of the car, so he called upon Hanksville Hot Rods to build it for him. The car came to us just before the paint stage so we had easy access to the unfinished undercarriage.

Curt chose 2.5" 304 stainless steel tube, which meant that we would fully TIG-weld the exhaust. We used 304 stainless steel Hushpower II mufflers and incorporated three high-quality stainless steel V-band flanges to give the exhaust a very high-end appearance.

Beginning after the headers, we added stainless header collector flanges and an H-pipe crossover underneath the transmission output shaft, using a V-band flange to connect the two H-pipe halves. After the mufflers, the tailpipes are routed over the axle and around the aftermarket fuel tank. The tailpipes end in turndowns in front of the rear crossmember. We fabricated custom stainless steel hangers to complete this show-quality exhaust. After completion, Curt planned to take the exhaust to be polished.

 
Curt’s ’56

Curt called to tell us that he was building a '56 Chevy show car with many custom features such as tucked spring perches, a fully custom interior and a reshaped engine compartment. He wanted a custom exhaust to match the quality and detail that he was building into the rest of the car, so he called upon Hanksville Hot Rods to build it for him. The car came to us just before the paint stage so we had easy access to the unfinished undercarriage.

Curt chose 2.5" 304 stainless steel tube, which meant that we would fully TIG-weld the exhaust. We used 304 stainless steel Hushpower II mufflers and incorporated three high-quality stainless steel V-band flanges to give the exhaust a very high-end appearance.

Beginning after the headers, we added stainless header collector flanges and an H-pipe crossover underneath the transmission output shaft, using a V-band flange to connect the two H-pipe halves. After the mufflers, the tailpipes are routed over the axle and around the aftermarket fuel tank. The tailpipes end in turndowns in front of the rear crossmember. We fabricated custom stainless steel hangers to complete this show-quality exhaust. After completion, Curt planned to take the exhaust to be polished.

 
Curt’s ’56

Curt called to tell us that he was building a '56 Chevy show car with many custom features such as tucked spring perches, a fully custom interior and a reshaped engine compartment. He wanted a custom exhaust to match the quality and detail that he was building into the rest of the car, so he called upon Hanksville Hot Rods to build it for him. The car came to us just before the paint stage so we had easy access to the unfinished undercarriage.

Curt chose 2.5" 304 stainless steel tube, which meant that we would fully TIG-weld the exhaust. We used 304 stainless steel Hushpower II mufflers and incorporated three high-quality stainless steel V-band flanges to give the exhaust a very high-end appearance.

Beginning after the headers, we added stainless header collector flanges and an H-pipe crossover underneath the transmission output shaft, using a V-band flange to connect the two H-pipe halves. After the mufflers, the tailpipes are routed over the axle and around the aftermarket fuel tank. The tailpipes end in turndowns in front of the rear crossmember. We fabricated custom stainless steel hangers to complete this show-quality exhaust. After completion, Curt planned to take the exhaust to be polished.

 
Sporty’s ’55

Sporty’s classic Chevy features a great paint job, a nicely-built small-block Chevy engine, and a very special blower, which was originally built by his grandfather back in the day.

We fabricated Sporty’s exhaust using custom-mandrel-bent 409 stainless steel, which was TIG welded for a great appearance. We custom-fabricated an H-pipe crossover beneath the transmission output shaft, and used stainless steel Magnaflow mufflers for a great fit and terrific sound. Stainless steel band clamps were used to connect the tailpipes to the mufflers, to enable easy removal.

Sporty wanted the tailpipes to be barely visible behind the rear wheels, so we carefully trimmed and TIG welded the bends to wrap between the leaf springs and quarterpanels. We added stainless steel tips to accent the exhaust.

 
Sporty’s ’55

Sporty’s classic Chevy features a great paint job, a nicely-built small-block Chevy engine, and a very special blower, which was originally built by his grandfather back in the day.

We fabricated Sporty’s exhaust using custom-mandrel-bent 409 stainless steel, which was TIG welded for a great appearance. We custom-fabricated an H-pipe crossover beneath the transmission output shaft, and used stainless steel Magnaflow mufflers for a great fit and terrific sound. Stainless steel band clamps were used to connect the tailpipes to the mufflers, to enable easy removal.

Sporty wanted the tailpipes to be barely visible behind the rear wheels, so we carefully trimmed and TIG welded the bends to wrap between the leaf springs and quarterpanels. We added stainless steel tips to accent the exhaust.

 
Sporty’s ’55

Sporty’s classic Chevy features a great paint job, a nicely-built small-block Chevy engine, and a very special blower, which was originally built by his grandfather back in the day.

We fabricated Sporty’s exhaust using custom-mandrel-bent 409 stainless steel, which was TIG welded for a great appearance. We custom-fabricated an H-pipe crossover beneath the transmission output shaft, and used stainless steel Magnaflow mufflers for a great fit and terrific sound. Stainless steel band clamps were used to connect the tailpipes to the mufflers, to enable easy removal.

Sporty wanted the tailpipes to be barely visible behind the rear wheels, so we carefully trimmed and TIG welded the bends to wrap between the leaf springs and quarterpanels. We added stainless steel tips to accent the exhaust.

 
Sporty’s ’55

Sporty’s classic Chevy features a great paint job, a nicely-built small-block Chevy engine, and a very special blower, which was originally built by his grandfather back in the day.

We fabricated Sporty’s exhaust using custom-mandrel-bent 409 stainless steel, which was TIG welded for a great appearance. We custom-fabricated an H-pipe crossover beneath the transmission output shaft, and used stainless steel Magnaflow mufflers for a great fit and terrific sound. Stainless steel band clamps were used to connect the tailpipes to the mufflers, to enable easy removal.

Sporty wanted the tailpipes to be barely visible behind the rear wheels, so we carefully trimmed and TIG welded the bends to wrap between the leaf springs and quarterpanels. We added stainless steel tips to accent the exhaust.

 
Sporty’s ’55

Sporty’s classic Chevy features a great paint job, a nicely-built small-block Chevy engine, and a very special blower, which was originally built by his grandfather back in the day.

We fabricated Sporty’s exhaust using custom-mandrel-bent 409 stainless steel, which was TIG welded for a great appearance. We custom-fabricated an H-pipe crossover beneath the transmission output shaft, and used stainless steel Magnaflow mufflers for a great fit and terrific sound. Stainless steel band clamps were used to connect the tailpipes to the mufflers, to enable easy removal.

Sporty wanted the tailpipes to be barely visible behind the rear wheels, so we carefully trimmed and TIG welded the bends to wrap between the leaf springs and quarterpanels. We added stainless steel tips to accent the exhaust.

 
Sporty’s ’55

Sporty’s classic Chevy features a great paint job, a nicely-built small-block Chevy engine, and a very special blower, which was originally built by his grandfather back in the day.

We fabricated Sporty’s exhaust using custom-mandrel-bent 409 stainless steel, which was TIG welded for a great appearance. We custom-fabricated an H-pipe crossover beneath the transmission output shaft, and used stainless steel Magnaflow mufflers for a great fit and terrific sound. Stainless steel band clamps were used to connect the tailpipes to the mufflers, to enable easy removal.

Sporty wanted the tailpipes to be barely visible behind the rear wheels, so we carefully trimmed and TIG welded the bends to wrap between the leaf springs and quarterpanels. We added stainless steel tips to accent the exhaust.

 
Sporty’s ’55

Sporty’s classic Chevy features a great paint job, a nicely-built small-block Chevy engine, and a very special blower, which was originally built by his grandfather back in the day.

We fabricated Sporty’s exhaust using custom-mandrel-bent 409 stainless steel, which was TIG welded for a great appearance. We custom-fabricated an H-pipe crossover beneath the transmission output shaft, and used stainless steel Magnaflow mufflers for a great fit and terrific sound. Stainless steel band clamps were used to connect the tailpipes to the mufflers, to enable easy removal.

Sporty wanted the tailpipes to be barely visible behind the rear wheels, so we carefully trimmed and TIG welded the bends to wrap between the leaf springs and quarterpanels. We added stainless steel tips to accent the exhaust.

 

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