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American Muscle Cars & Classics

Here are some pictures of exhausts that we have built for vintage and modern American cars. Click the following links if you are specifically interested in these cars:

Chevelles and Novas

Classic and modern Mustangs

Camaros and Firebirds

Mopars

Tri-5 Chevys
 

Curt's '63 Impala

Since Curt's Impala sits so low, he asked us to install a side-exit exhaust with electric cutouts and SpinTech mufflers. This exhaust is made from 3" aluminized tube and is fully TIG-welded. The front sections wrap under the frame using custom mandrel bends that we made using our tight 3.5" centerline-radius mandrel bend die, while we made the muffler and tailpipe sections using our larger 4.5" centerline radius mandrel bend die.

This exhaust fits very tightly under the body and was ceramic-coated prior to final installation. The combination of a very mean engine, 3" pipes and SpinTech mufflers give this car a very aggressive sound!


Curt's '63 Impala

Since Curt's Impala sits so low, he asked us to install a side-exit exhaust with electric cutouts and SpinTech mufflers. This exhaust is made from 3" aluminized tube and is fully TIG-welded. The front sections wrap under the frame using custom mandrel bends that we made using our tight 3.5" centerline-radius mandrel bend die, while we made the muffler and tailpipe sections using our larger 4.5" centerline radius mandrel bend die.

This exhaust fits very tightly under the body and was ceramic-coated prior to final installation. The combination of a very mean engine, 3" pipes and SpinTech mufflers give this car a very aggressive sound!


Curt's '63 Impala

Since Curt's Impala sits so low, he asked us to install a side-exit exhaust with electric cutouts and SpinTech mufflers. This exhaust is made from 3" aluminized tube and is fully TIG-welded. The front sections wrap under the frame using custom mandrel bends that we made using our tight 3.5" centerline-radius mandrel bend die, while we made the muffler and tailpipe sections using our larger 4.5" centerline radius mandrel bend die.

This exhaust fits very tightly under the body and was ceramic-coated prior to final installation. The combination of a very mean engine, 3" pipes and SpinTech mufflers give this car a very aggressive sound!


Curt's '63 Impala

Since Curt's Impala sits so low, he asked us to install a side-exit exhaust with electric cutouts and SpinTech mufflers. This exhaust is made from 3" aluminized tube and is fully TIG-welded. The front sections wrap under the frame using custom mandrel bends that we made using our tight 3.5" centerline-radius mandrel bend die, while we made the muffler and tailpipe sections using our larger 4.5" centerline radius mandrel bend die.

This exhaust fits very tightly under the body and was ceramic-coated prior to final installation. The combination of a very mean engine, 3" pipes and SpinTech mufflers give this car a very aggressive sound!


Curt's '63 Impala

Since Curt's Impala sits so low, he asked us to install a side-exit exhaust with electric cutouts and SpinTech mufflers. This exhaust is made from 3" aluminized tube and is fully TIG-welded. The front sections wrap under the frame using custom mandrel bends that we made using our tight 3.5" centerline-radius mandrel bend die, while we made the muffler and tailpipe sections using our larger 4.5" centerline radius mandrel bend die.

This exhaust fits very tightly under the body and was ceramic-coated prior to final installation. The combination of a very mean engine, 3" pipes and SpinTech mufflers give this car a very aggressive sound!


Curt's '63 Impala

Since Curt's Impala sits so low, he asked us to install a side-exit exhaust with electric cutouts and SpinTech mufflers. This exhaust is made from 3" aluminized tube and is fully TIG-welded. The front sections wrap under the frame using custom mandrel bends that we made using our tight 3.5" centerline-radius mandrel bend die, while we made the muffler and tailpipe sections using our larger 4.5" centerline radius mandrel bend die.

This exhaust fits very tightly under the body and was ceramic-coated prior to final installation. The combination of a very mean engine, 3" pipes and SpinTech mufflers give this car a very aggressive sound!


Curt's '63 Impala

Since Curt's Impala sits so low, he asked us to install a side-exit exhaust with electric cutouts and SpinTech mufflers. This exhaust is made from 3" aluminized tube and is fully TIG-welded. The front sections wrap under the frame using custom mandrel bends that we made using our tight 3.5" centerline-radius mandrel bend die, while we made the muffler and tailpipe sections using our larger 4.5" centerline radius mandrel bend die.

This exhaust fits very tightly under the body and was ceramic-coated prior to final installation. The combination of a very mean engine, 3" pipes and SpinTech mufflers give this car a very aggressive sound!


Curt's '63 Impala

Since Curt's Impala sits so low, he asked us to install a side-exit exhaust with electric cutouts and SpinTech mufflers. This exhaust is made from 3" aluminized tube and is fully TIG-welded. The front sections wrap under the frame using custom mandrel bends that we made using our tight 3.5" centerline-radius mandrel bend die, while we made the muffler and tailpipe sections using our larger 4.5" centerline radius mandrel bend die.

This exhaust fits very tightly under the body and was ceramic-coated prior to final installation. The combination of a very mean engine, 3" pipes and SpinTech mufflers give this car a very aggressive sound!


Curt's '63 Impala

Since Curt's Impala sits so low, he asked us to install a side-exit exhaust with electric cutouts and SpinTech mufflers. This exhaust is made from 3" aluminized tube and is fully TIG-welded. The front sections wrap under the frame using custom mandrel bends that we made using our tight 3.5" centerline-radius mandrel bend die, while we made the muffler and tailpipe sections using our larger 4.5" centerline radius mandrel bend die.

This exhaust fits very tightly under the body and was ceramic-coated prior to final installation. The combination of a very mean engine, 3" pipes and SpinTech mufflers give this car a very aggressive sound!


Curt's '63 Impala

Since Curt's Impala sits so low, he asked us to install a side-exit exhaust with electric cutouts and SpinTech mufflers. This exhaust is made from 3" aluminized tube and is fully TIG-welded. The front sections wrap under the frame using custom mandrel bends that we made using our tight 3.5" centerline-radius mandrel bend die, while we made the muffler and tailpipe sections using our larger 4.5" centerline radius mandrel bend die.

This exhaust fits very tightly under the body and was ceramic-coated prior to final installation. The combination of a very mean engine, 3" pipes and SpinTech mufflers give this car a very aggressive sound!


Curt's '63 Impala

Since Curt's Impala sits so low, he asked us to install a side-exit exhaust with electric cutouts and SpinTech mufflers. This exhaust is made from 3" aluminized tube and is fully TIG-welded. The front sections wrap under the frame using custom mandrel bends that we made using our tight 3.5" centerline-radius mandrel bend die, while we made the muffler and tailpipe sections using our larger 4.5" centerline radius mandrel bend die.

This exhaust fits very tightly under the body and was ceramic-coated prior to final installation. The combination of a very mean engine, 3" pipes and SpinTech mufflers give this car a very aggressive sound!


Curt's '63 Impala

Since Curt's Impala sits so low, he asked us to install a side-exit exhaust with electric cutouts and SpinTech mufflers. This exhaust is made from 3" aluminized tube and is fully TIG-welded. The front sections wrap under the frame using custom mandrel bends that we made using our tight 3.5" centerline-radius mandrel bend die, while we made the muffler and tailpipe sections using our larger 4.5" centerline radius mandrel bend die.

This exhaust fits very tightly under the body and was ceramic-coated prior to final installation. The combination of a very mean engine, 3" pipes and SpinTech mufflers give this car a very aggressive sound!


Curt's '63 Impala

Since Curt's Impala sits so low, he asked us to install a side-exit exhaust with electric cutouts and SpinTech mufflers. This exhaust is made from 3" aluminized tube and is fully TIG-welded. The front sections wrap under the frame using custom mandrel bends that we made using our tight 3.5" centerline-radius mandrel bend die, while we made the muffler and tailpipe sections using our larger 4.5" centerline radius mandrel bend die.

This exhaust fits very tightly under the body and was ceramic-coated prior to final installation. The combination of a very mean engine, 3" pipes and SpinTech mufflers give this car a very aggressive sound!


Chris' Impala

Chris' Impala is powered by a 454 and is driven as a family cruiser. After his old exhaust rusted-out, Chris decided to have a new custom exhaust made from 304 stainless steel for longer life. Chris supplied the Thrush stainless steel turbo mufflers and asked us to add an H-pipe crossover to the exhaust to provide a smooth tone. The entire exhaust was TIG-welded.

As with all of our custom mandrel-bent exhausts, this exhaust features specially-placed bends to allow the exhaust to tuck-up as close as possible to the body, maximizing ground clearance and enhancing the appearance. These bends route the exhaust tubes beneath the transmission crossmember, then upward and inward toward the driveshaft tunnel and the mufflers.

Behind the mufflers, the tubes are routed around the control arms and up and over the rear axle. The tailpipes exit under the quarterpanels in the factory location.

This exhaust sounds great, with a nice rumble that really lets you know that there's a big-block under the hood!





Chris' Impala

Chris' Impala is powered by a 454 and is driven as a family cruiser. After his old exhaust rusted-out, Chris decided to have a new custom exhaust made from 304 stainless steel for longer life. Chris supplied the Thrush stainless steel turbo mufflers and asked us to add an H-pipe crossover to the exhaust to provide a smooth tone. The entire exhaust was TIG-welded.

As with all of our custom mandrel-bent exhausts, this exhaust features specially-placed bends to allow the exhaust to tuck-up as close as possible to the body, maximizing ground clearance and enhancing the appearance. These bends route the exhaust tubes beneath the transmission crossmember, then upward and inward toward the driveshaft tunnel and the mufflers.

Behind the mufflers, the tubes are routed around the control arms and up and over the rear axle. The tailpipes exit under the quarterpanels in the factory location.

This exhaust sounds great, with a nice rumble that really lets you know that there's a big-block under the hood!





Chris' Impala

Chris' Impala is powered by a 454 and is driven as a family cruiser. After his old exhaust rusted-out, Chris decided to have a new custom exhaust made from 304 stainless steel for longer life. Chris supplied the Thrush stainless steel turbo mufflers and asked us to add an H-pipe crossover to the exhaust to provide a smooth tone. The entire exhaust was TIG-welded.

As with all of our custom mandrel-bent exhausts, this exhaust features specially-placed bends to allow the exhaust to tuck-up as close as possible to the body, maximizing ground clearance and enhancing the appearance. These bends route the exhaust tubes beneath the transmission crossmember, then upward and inward toward the driveshaft tunnel and the mufflers.

Behind the mufflers, the tubes are routed around the control arms and up and over the rear axle. The tailpipes exit under the quarterpanels in the factory location.

This exhaust sounds great, with a nice rumble that really lets you know that there's a big-block under the hood!





Chris' Impala

Chris' Impala is powered by a 454 and is driven as a family cruiser. After his old exhaust rusted-out, Chris decided to have a new custom exhaust made from 304 stainless steel for longer life. Chris supplied the Thrush stainless steel turbo mufflers and asked us to add an H-pipe crossover to the exhaust to provide a smooth tone. The entire exhaust was TIG-welded.

As with all of our custom mandrel-bent exhausts, this exhaust features specially-placed bends to allow the exhaust to tuck-up as close as possible to the body, maximizing ground clearance and enhancing the appearance. These bends route the exhaust tubes beneath the transmission crossmember, then upward and inward toward the driveshaft tunnel and the mufflers.

Behind the mufflers, the tubes are routed around the control arms and up and over the rear axle. The tailpipes exit under the quarterpanels in the factory location.

This exhaust sounds great, with a nice rumble that really lets you know that there's a big-block under the hood!





Chris' Impala

Chris' Impala is powered by a 454 and is driven as a family cruiser. After his old exhaust rusted-out, Chris decided to have a new custom exhaust made from 304 stainless steel for longer life. Chris supplied the Thrush stainless steel turbo mufflers and asked us to add an H-pipe crossover to the exhaust to provide a smooth tone. The entire exhaust was TIG-welded.

As with all of our custom mandrel-bent exhausts, this exhaust features specially-placed bends to allow the exhaust to tuck-up as close as possible to the body, maximizing ground clearance and enhancing the appearance. These bends route the exhaust tubes beneath the transmission crossmember, then upward and inward toward the driveshaft tunnel and the mufflers.

Behind the mufflers, the tubes are routed around the control arms and up and over the rear axle. The tailpipes exit under the quarterpanels in the factory location.

This exhaust sounds great, with a nice rumble that really lets you know that there's a big-block under the hood!





Chris' Impala

Chris' Impala is powered by a 454 and is driven as a family cruiser. After his old exhaust rusted-out, Chris decided to have a new custom exhaust made from 304 stainless steel for longer life. Chris supplied the Thrush stainless steel turbo mufflers and asked us to add an H-pipe crossover to the exhaust to provide a smooth tone. The entire exhaust was TIG-welded.

As with all of our custom mandrel-bent exhausts, this exhaust features specially-placed bends to allow the exhaust to tuck-up as close as possible to the body, maximizing ground clearance and enhancing the appearance. These bends route the exhaust tubes beneath the transmission crossmember, then upward and inward toward the driveshaft tunnel and the mufflers.

Behind the mufflers, the tubes are routed around the control arms and up and over the rear axle. The tailpipes exit under the quarterpanels in the factory location.

This exhaust sounds great, with a nice rumble that really lets you know that there's a big-block under the hood!





Shawn's '59 El Camino

While Shawn was restoring his '59 El Camino, he wanted a performance-oriented exhaust that would sound muscular, yet look similar to the stock exhaust. Having used great-fitting Magnaflow mufflers on our own '62 Cadillac and Ken's '62 Impala (both of which have X-frame chassis like the early El Camino), we recommended 4" x 9", 18" long mufflers for a throaty sound. Shawn chose to use aluminized 2.5" tube for this exhaust, and asked us to exit the tailpipes under the rear bumper for a factory appearance.

Similar to the factory exhaust, we routed the exhaust pipes around and outside the framerails, hugging the X-frame and carefully splitting the distance between the frame and rear tires. The tailpipes then follow the rear frame and turn-down slightly beneath the rear valence. The exhaust fits great, and we can't wait to hear how it sounds once this restoration is complete! 



Shawn's '59 El Camino

While Shawn was restoring his '59 El Camino, he wanted a performance-oriented exhaust that would sound muscular, yet look similar to the stock exhaust. Having used great-fitting Magnaflow mufflers on our own '62 Cadillac and Ken's '62 Impala (both of which have X-frame chassis like the early El Camino), we recommended 4" x 9", 18" long mufflers for a throaty sound. Shawn chose to use aluminized 2.5" tube for this exhaust, and asked us to exit the tailpipes under the rear bumper for a factory appearance.

Similar to the factory exhaust, we routed the exhaust pipes around and outside the framerails, hugging the X-frame and carefully splitting the distance between the frame and rear tires. The tailpipes then follow the rear frame and turn-down slightly beneath the rear valence. The exhaust fits great, and we can't wait to hear how it sounds once this restoration is complete! 



Shawn's '59 El Camino

While Shawn was restoring his '59 El Camino, he wanted a performance-oriented exhaust that would sound muscular, yet look similar to the stock exhaust. Having used great-fitting Magnaflow mufflers on our own '62 Cadillac and Ken's '62 Impala (both of which have X-frame chassis like the early El Camino), we recommended 4" x 9", 18" long mufflers for a throaty sound. Shawn chose to use aluminized 2.5" tube for this exhaust, and asked us to exit the tailpipes under the rear bumper for a factory appearance.

Similar to the factory exhaust, we routed the exhaust pipes around and outside the framerails, hugging the X-frame and carefully splitting the distance between the frame and rear tires. The tailpipes then follow the rear frame and turn-down slightly beneath the rear valence. The exhaust fits great, and we can't wait to hear how it sounds once this restoration is complete! 



Shawn's '59 El Camino

While Shawn was restoring his '59 El Camino, he wanted a performance-oriented exhaust that would sound muscular, yet look similar to the stock exhaust. Having used great-fitting Magnaflow mufflers on our own '62 Cadillac and Ken's '62 Impala (both of which have X-frame chassis like the early El Camino), we recommended 4" x 9", 18" long mufflers for a throaty sound. Shawn chose to use aluminized 2.5" tube for this exhaust, and asked us to exit the tailpipes under the rear bumper for a factory appearance.

Similar to the factory exhaust, we routed the exhaust pipes around and outside the framerails, hugging the X-frame and carefully splitting the distance between the frame and rear tires. The tailpipes then follow the rear frame and turn-down slightly beneath the rear valence. The exhaust fits great, and we can't wait to hear how it sounds once this restoration is complete! 



Shawn's '59 El Camino

While Shawn was restoring his '59 El Camino, he wanted a performance-oriented exhaust that would sound muscular, yet look similar to the stock exhaust. Having used great-fitting Magnaflow mufflers on our own '62 Cadillac and Ken's '62 Impala (both of which have X-frame chassis like the early El Camino), we recommended 4" x 9", 18" long mufflers for a throaty sound. Shawn chose to use aluminized 2.5" tube for this exhaust, and asked us to exit the tailpipes under the rear bumper for a factory appearance.

Similar to the factory exhaust, we routed the exhaust pipes around and outside the framerails, hugging the X-frame and carefully splitting the distance between the frame and rear tires. The tailpipes then follow the rear frame and turn-down slightly beneath the rear valence. The exhaust fits great, and we can't wait to hear how it sounds once this restoration is complete! 



Shawn's '59 El Camino

While Shawn was restoring his '59 El Camino, he wanted a performance-oriented exhaust that would sound muscular, yet look similar to the stock exhaust. Having used great-fitting Magnaflow mufflers on our own '62 Cadillac and Ken's '62 Impala (both of which have X-frame chassis like the early El Camino), we recommended 4" x 9", 18" long mufflers for a throaty sound. Shawn chose to use aluminized 2.5" tube for this exhaust, and asked us to exit the tailpipes under the rear bumper for a factory appearance.

Similar to the factory exhaust, we routed the exhaust pipes around and outside the framerails, hugging the X-frame and carefully splitting the distance between the frame and rear tires. The tailpipes then follow the rear frame and turn-down slightly beneath the rear valence. The exhaust fits great, and we can't wait to hear how it sounds once this restoration is complete! 



Shawn's '59 El Camino

While Shawn was restoring his '59 El Camino, he wanted a performance-oriented exhaust that would sound muscular, yet look similar to the stock exhaust. Having used great-fitting Magnaflow mufflers on our own '62 Cadillac and Ken's '62 Impala (both of which have X-frame chassis like the early El Camino), we recommended 4" x 9", 18" long mufflers for a throaty sound. Shawn chose to use aluminized 2.5" tube for this exhaust, and asked us to exit the tailpipes under the rear bumper for a factory appearance.

Similar to the factory exhaust, we routed the exhaust pipes around and outside the framerails, hugging the X-frame and carefully splitting the distance between the frame and rear tires. The tailpipes then follow the rear frame and turn-down slightly beneath the rear valence. The exhaust fits great, and we can't wait to hear how it sounds once this restoration is complete! 



Shawn's '59 El Camino

While Shawn was restoring his '59 El Camino, he wanted a performance-oriented exhaust that would sound muscular, yet look similar to the stock exhaust. Having used great-fitting Magnaflow mufflers on our own '62 Cadillac and Ken's '62 Impala (both of which have X-frame chassis like the early El Camino), we recommended 4" x 9", 18" long mufflers for a throaty sound. Shawn chose to use aluminized 2.5" tube for this exhaust, and asked us to exit the tailpipes under the rear bumper for a factory appearance.

Similar to the factory exhaust, we routed the exhaust pipes around and outside the framerails, hugging the X-frame and carefully splitting the distance between the frame and rear tires. The tailpipes then follow the rear frame and turn-down slightly beneath the rear valence. The exhaust fits great, and we can't wait to hear how it sounds once this restoration is complete! 



Shawn's '59 El Camino

While Shawn was restoring his '59 El Camino, he wanted a performance-oriented exhaust that would sound muscular, yet look similar to the stock exhaust. Having used great-fitting Magnaflow mufflers on our own '62 Cadillac and Ken's '62 Impala (both of which have X-frame chassis like the early El Camino), we recommended 4" x 9", 18" long mufflers for a throaty sound. Shawn chose to use aluminized 2.5" tube for this exhaust, and asked us to exit the tailpipes under the rear bumper for a factory appearance.

Similar to the factory exhaust, we routed the exhaust pipes around and outside the framerails, hugging the X-frame and carefully splitting the distance between the frame and rear tires. The tailpipes then follow the rear frame and turn-down slightly beneath the rear valence. The exhaust fits great, and we can't wait to hear how it sounds once this restoration is complete! 



Shawn's '59 El Camino

While Shawn was restoring his '59 El Camino, he wanted a performance-oriented exhaust that would sound muscular, yet look similar to the stock exhaust. Having used great-fitting Magnaflow mufflers on our own '62 Cadillac and Ken's '62 Impala (both of which have X-frame chassis like the early El Camino), we recommended 4" x 9", 18" long mufflers for a throaty sound. Shawn chose to use aluminized 2.5" tube for this exhaust, and asked us to exit the tailpipes under the rear bumper for a factory appearance.

Similar to the factory exhaust, we routed the exhaust pipes around and outside the framerails, hugging the X-frame and carefully splitting the distance between the frame and rear tires. The tailpipes then follow the rear frame and turn-down slightly beneath the rear valence. The exhaust fits great, and we can't wait to hear how it sounds once this restoration is complete! 



Classic Restoration's '66 Lincoln Continental

Doug at Classic Restoration in Englewood, CO is a great customer and supporter of Hanksville. He brought this very nice Continental to us for a custom mandrel bent dual exhaust. This car has the big block MEL motor which fits very tightly in the engine compartment. The car also has airbags which allow adjustment of the ride height. These factors added up to a very challenging project!

Doug asked us to make the exhaust from 2.5" aluminized tube, with Flowmaster 40 series mufflers for an aggressive sound. Because the steering box and arms fit close to the engine, we used 2.25" tube for the first few inches of the driver-side exhaust , then increased the size to the full 2.5" after clearing the steering box.

We fitted the exhaust close to the body to allow adequate ground clearance, so we decided to use custom hanger tabs with our special high-temp exhaust hanger grommets to hang the exhaust. To allow for engine movement, we used stainless steel flex couplers in the downpipes.

The Flowmaster mufflers were rear-mounted between the quarterpanels and the frame rails, again to allow maximum ground clearance. The exhaust pipes are routed up and around the airbags and 4-link arms. Rather than using tips, Doug asked us to bend turndowns that are just barely visible beneath the bumper.

The exhaust was completely TIG welded for the best appearance. It took over 25 hours to build this exhaust, but it  looks and fits great. Look for this nice car at a show or cruise-in near you!




Classic Restoration's '66 Lincoln Continental

Doug at Classic Restoration in Englewood, CO is a great customer and supporter of Hanksville. He brought this very nice Continental to us for a custom mandrel bent dual exhaust. This car has the big block MEL motor which fits very tightly in the engine compartment. The car also has airbags which allow adjustment of the ride height. These factors added up to a very challenging project!

Doug asked us to make the exhaust from 2.5" aluminized tube, with Flowmaster 40 series mufflers for an aggressive sound. Because the steering box and arms fit close to the engine, we used 2.25" tube for the first few inches of the driver-side exhaust , then increased the size to the full 2.5" after clearing the steering box.

We fitted the exhaust close to the body to allow adequate ground clearance, so we decided to use custom hanger tabs with our special high-temp exhaust hanger grommets to hang the exhaust. To allow for engine movement, we used stainless steel flex couplers in the downpipes.

The Flowmaster mufflers were rear-mounted between the quarterpanels and the frame rails, again to allow maximum ground clearance. The exhaust pipes are routed up and around the airbags and 4-link arms. Rather than using tips, Doug asked us to bend turndowns that are just barely visible beneath the bumper.

The exhaust was completely TIG welded for the best appearance. It took over 25 hours to build this exhaust, but it  looks and fits great. Look for this nice car at a show or cruise-in near you!


Classic Restoration's '66 Lincoln Continental

Doug at Classic Restoration in Englewood, CO is a great customer and supporter of Hanksville. He brought this very nice Continental to us for a custom mandrel bent dual exhaust. This car has the big block MEL motor which fits very tightly in the engine compartment. The car also has airbags which allow adjustment of the ride height. These factors added up to a very challenging project!

Doug asked us to make the exhaust from 2.5" aluminized tube, with Flowmaster 40 series mufflers for an aggressive sound. Because the steering box and arms fit close to the engine, we used 2.25" tube for the first few inches of the driver-side exhaust , then increased the size to the full 2.5" after clearing the steering box.

We fitted the exhaust close to the body to allow adequate ground clearance, so we decided to use custom hanger tabs with our special high-temp exhaust hanger grommets to hang the exhaust. To allow for engine movement, we used stainless steel flex couplers in the downpipes.

The Flowmaster mufflers were rear-mounted between the quarterpanels and the frame rails, again to allow maximum ground clearance. The exhaust pipes are routed up and around the airbags and 4-link arms. Rather than using tips, Doug asked us to bend turndowns that are just barely visible beneath the bumper.

The exhaust was completely TIG welded for the best appearance. It took over 25 hours to build this exhaust, but it  looks and fits great. Look for this nice car at a show or cruise-in near you!


Classic Restoration's '66 Lincoln Continental

Doug at Classic Restoration in Englewood, CO is a great customer and supporter of Hanksville. He brought this very nice Continental to us for a custom mandrel bent dual exhaust. This car has the big block MEL motor which fits very tightly in the engine compartment. The car also has airbags which allow adjustment of the ride height. These factors added up to a very challenging project!

Doug asked us to make the exhaust from 2.5" aluminized tube, with Flowmaster 40 series mufflers for an aggressive sound. Because the steering box and arms fit close to the engine, we used 2.25" tube for the first few inches of the driver-side exhaust , then increased the size to the full 2.5" after clearing the steering box.

We fitted the exhaust close to the body to allow adequate ground clearance, so we decided to use custom hanger tabs with our special high-temp exhaust hanger grommets to hang the exhaust. To allow for engine movement, we used stainless steel flex couplers in the downpipes.

The Flowmaster mufflers were rear-mounted between the quarterpanels and the frame rails, again to allow maximum ground clearance. The exhaust pipes are routed up and around the airbags and 4-link arms. Rather than using tips, Doug asked us to bend turndowns that are just barely visible beneath the bumper.

The exhaust was completely TIG welded for the best appearance. It took over 25 hours to build this exhaust, but it  looks and fits great. Look for this nice car at a show or cruise-in near you!


Classic Restoration's '66 Lincoln Continental

Doug at Classic Restoration in Englewood, CO is a great customer and supporter of Hanksville. He brought this very nice Continental to us for a custom mandrel bent dual exhaust. This car has the big block MEL motor which fits very tightly in the engine compartment. The car also has airbags which allow adjustment of the ride height. These factors added up to a very challenging project!

Doug asked us to make the exhaust from 2.5" aluminized tube, with Flowmaster 40 series mufflers for an aggressive sound. Because the steering box and arms fit close to the engine, we used 2.25" tube for the first few inches of the driver-side exhaust , then increased the size to the full 2.5" after clearing the steering box.

We fitted the exhaust close to the body to allow adequate ground clearance, so we decided to use custom hanger tabs with our special high-temp exhaust hanger grommets to hang the exhaust. To allow for engine movement, we used stainless steel flex couplers in the downpipes.

The Flowmaster mufflers were rear-mounted between the quarterpanels and the frame rails, again to allow maximum ground clearance. The exhaust pipes are routed up and around the airbags and 4-link arms. Rather than using tips, Doug asked us to bend turndowns that are just barely visible beneath the bumper.

The exhaust was completely TIG welded for the best appearance. It took over 25 hours to build this exhaust, but it  looks and fits great. Look for this nice car at a show or cruise-in near you!


Classic Restoration's '66 Lincoln Continental

Doug at Classic Restoration in Englewood, CO is a great customer and supporter of Hanksville. He brought this very nice Continental to us for a custom mandrel bent dual exhaust. This car has the big block MEL motor which fits very tightly in the engine compartment. The car also has airbags which allow adjustment of the ride height. These factors added up to a very challenging project!

Doug asked us to make the exhaust from 2.5" aluminized tube, with Flowmaster 40 series mufflers for an aggressive sound. Because the steering box and arms fit close to the engine, we used 2.25" tube for the first few inches of the driver-side exhaust , then increased the size to the full 2.5" after clearing the steering box.

We fitted the exhaust close to the body to allow adequate ground clearance, so we decided to use custom hanger tabs with our special high-temp exhaust hanger grommets to hang the exhaust. To allow for engine movement, we used stainless steel flex couplers in the downpipes.

The Flowmaster mufflers were rear-mounted between the quarterpanels and the frame rails, again to allow maximum ground clearance. The exhaust pipes are routed up and around the airbags and 4-link arms. Rather than using tips, Doug asked us to bend turndowns that are just barely visible beneath the bumper.

The exhaust was completely TIG welded for the best appearance. It took over 25 hours to build this exhaust, but it  looks and fits great. Look for this nice car at a show or cruise-in near you!


Classic Restoration's '66 Lincoln Continental

Doug at Classic Restoration in Englewood, CO is a great customer and supporter of Hanksville. He brought this very nice Continental to us for a custom mandrel bent dual exhaust. This car has the big block MEL motor which fits very tightly in the engine compartment. The car also has airbags which allow adjustment of the ride height. These factors added up to a very challenging project!

Doug asked us to make the exhaust from 2.5" aluminized tube, with Flowmaster 40 series mufflers for an aggressive sound. Because the steering box and arms fit close to the engine, we used 2.25" tube for the first few inches of the driver-side exhaust , then increased the size to the full 2.5" after clearing the steering box.

We fitted the exhaust close to the body to allow adequate ground clearance, so we decided to use custom hanger tabs with our special high-temp exhaust hanger grommets to hang the exhaust. To allow for engine movement, we used stainless steel flex couplers in the downpipes.

The Flowmaster mufflers were rear-mounted between the quarterpanels and the frame rails, again to allow maximum ground clearance. The exhaust pipes are routed up and around the airbags and 4-link arms. Rather than using tips, Doug asked us to bend turndowns that are just barely visible beneath the bumper.

The exhaust was completely TIG welded for the best appearance. It took over 25 hours to build this exhaust, but it  looks and fits great. Look for this nice car at a show or cruise-in near you!




Classic Restoration's '66 Lincoln Continental

Doug at Classic Restoration in Englewood, CO is a great customer and supporter of Hanksville. He brought this very nice Continental to us for a custom mandrel bent dual exhaust. This car has the big block MEL motor which fits very tightly in the engine compartment. The car also has airbags which allow adjustment of the ride height. These factors added up to a very challenging project!

Doug asked us to make the exhaust from 2.5" aluminized tube, with Flowmaster 40 series mufflers for an aggressive sound. Because the steering box and arms fit close to the engine, we used 2.25" tube for the first few inches of the driver-side exhaust , then increased the size to the full 2.5" after clearing the steering box.

We fitted the exhaust close to the body to allow adequate ground clearance, so we decided to use custom hanger tabs with our special high-temp exhaust hanger grommets to hang the exhaust. To allow for engine movement, we used stainless steel flex couplers in the downpipes.

The Flowmaster mufflers were rear-mounted between the quarterpanels and the frame rails, again to allow maximum ground clearance. The exhaust pipes are routed up and around the airbags and 4-link arms. Rather than using tips, Doug asked us to bend turndowns that are just barely visible beneath the bumper.

The exhaust was completely TIG welded for the best appearance. It took over 25 hours to build this exhaust, but it  looks and fits great. Look for this nice car at a show or cruise-in near you!




Classic Restoration's '66 Lincoln Continental

Doug at Classic Restoration in Englewood, CO is a great customer and supporter of Hanksville. He brought this very nice Continental to us for a custom mandrel bent dual exhaust. This car has the big block MEL motor which fits very tightly in the engine compartment. The car also has airbags which allow adjustment of the ride height. These factors added up to a very challenging project!

Doug asked us to make the exhaust from 2.5" aluminized tube, with Flowmaster 40 series mufflers for an aggressive sound. Because the steering box and arms fit close to the engine, we used 2.25" tube for the first few inches of the driver-side exhaust , then increased the size to the full 2.5" after clearing the steering box.

We fitted the exhaust close to the body to allow adequate ground clearance, so we decided to use custom hanger tabs with our special high-temp exhaust hanger grommets to hang the exhaust. To allow for engine movement, we used stainless steel flex couplers in the downpipes.

The Flowmaster mufflers were rear-mounted between the quarterpanels and the frame rails, again to allow maximum ground clearance. The exhaust pipes are routed up and around the airbags and 4-link arms. Rather than using tips, Doug asked us to bend turndowns that are just barely visible beneath the bumper.

The exhaust was completely TIG welded for the best appearance. It took over 25 hours to build this exhaust, but it  looks and fits great. Look for this nice car at a show or cruise-in near you!




Ken's '62 Impala SS

Ken's Impala came to us shortly after receiving its very expensive red paint. In addition to its beautiful exterior, it has a nicely-detailed engine compartment, a built 409, and an equally beautiful interior. We were honored that Ken chose to have Hanksville Hot Rods build a custom stainless steel dual exhaust for this great car.

This era of Impala has an X-frame which makes exhaust fitment tricky and time-consuming since we wanted to route each side of the exhaust symmetrically with the other. After the Magnaflow mufflers and  X-frame, the tailpipes wrap over the axle, between the tires and frame, then end in turndowns inside the quarterpanels.


Ken's '62 Impala SS

Ken's Impala came to us shortly after receiving its very expensive red paint. In addition to its beautiful exterior, it has a nicely-detailed engine compartment, a built 409, and an equally beautiful interior. We were honored that Ken chose to have Hanksville Hot Rods build a custom stainless steel dual exhaust for this great car.

This era of Impala has an X-frame which makes exhaust fitment tricky and time-consuming since we wanted to route each side of the exhaust symmetrically with the other. After the Magnaflow mufflers and  X-frame, the tailpipes wrap over the axle, between the tires and frame, then end in turndowns inside the quarterpanels.


Ken's '62 Impala SS

Ken's Impala came to us shortly after receiving its very expensive red paint. In addition to its beautiful exterior, it has a nicely-detailed engine compartment, a built 409, and an equally beautiful interior. We were honored that Ken chose to have Hanksville Hot Rods build a custom stainless steel dual exhaust for this great car.

This era of Impala has an X-frame which makes exhaust fitment tricky and time-consuming since we wanted to route each side of the exhaust symmetrically with the other. After the Magnaflow mufflers and  X-frame, the tailpipes wrap over the axle, between the tires and frame, then end in turndowns inside the quarterpanels.


Ken's '62 Impala SS

Ken's Impala came to us shortly after receiving its very expensive red paint. In addition to its beautiful exterior, it has a nicely-detailed engine compartment, a built 409, and an equally beautiful interior. We were honored that Ken chose to have Hanksville Hot Rods build a custom stainless steel dual exhaust for this great car.

This era of Impala has an X-frame which makes exhaust fitment tricky and time-consuming since we wanted to route each side of the exhaust symmetrically with the other. After the Magnaflow mufflers and  X-frame, the tailpipes wrap over the axle, between the tires and frame, then end in turndowns inside the quarterpanels.


Ken's '62 Impala SS

Ken's Impala came to us shortly after receiving its very expensive red paint. In addition to its beautiful exterior, it has a nicely-detailed engine compartment, a built 409, and an equally beautiful interior. We were honored that Ken chose to have Hanksville Hot Rods build a custom stainless steel dual exhaust for this great car.

This era of Impala has an X-frame which makes exhaust fitment tricky and time-consuming since we wanted to route each side of the exhaust symmetrically with the other. After the Magnaflow mufflers and  X-frame, the tailpipes wrap over the axle, between the tires and frame, then end in turndowns inside the quarterpanels.


Ken's '62 Impala SS

Ken's Impala came to us shortly after receiving its very expensive red paint. In addition to its beautiful exterior, it has a nicely-detailed engine compartment, a built 409, and an equally beautiful interior. We were honored that Ken chose to have Hanksville Hot Rods build a custom stainless steel dual exhaust for this great car.

This era of Impala has an X-frame which makes exhaust fitment tricky and time-consuming since we wanted to route each side of the exhaust symmetrically with the other. After the Magnaflow mufflers and  X-frame, the tailpipes wrap over the axle, between the tires and frame, then end in turndowns inside the quarterpanels.


Ken's '62 Impala SS

Ken's Impala came to us shortly after receiving its very expensive red paint. In addition to its beautiful exterior, it has a nicely-detailed engine compartment, a built 409, and an equally beautiful interior. We were honored that Ken chose to have Hanksville Hot Rods build a custom stainless steel dual exhaust for this great car.

This era of Impala has an X-frame which makes exhaust fitment tricky and time-consuming since we wanted to route each side of the exhaust symmetrically with the other. After the Magnaflow mufflers and  X-frame, the tailpipes wrap over the axle, between the tires and frame, then end in turndowns inside the quarterpanels.


Ken's '62 Impala SS

Ken's Impala came to us shortly after receiving its very expensive red paint. In addition to its beautiful exterior, it has a nicely-detailed engine compartment, a built 409, and an equally beautiful interior. We were honored that Ken chose to have Hanksville Hot Rods build a custom stainless steel dual exhaust for this great car.

This era of Impala has an X-frame which makes exhaust fitment tricky and time-consuming since we wanted to route each side of the exhaust symmetrically with the other. After the Magnaflow mufflers and  X-frame, the tailpipes wrap over the axle, between the tires and frame, then end in turndowns inside the quarterpanels.


Ken's '62 Impala SS

Ken's Impala came to us shortly after receiving its very expensive red paint. In addition to its beautiful exterior, it has a nicely-detailed engine compartment, a built 409, and an equally beautiful interior. We were honored that Ken chose to have Hanksville Hot Rods build a custom stainless steel dual exhaust for this great car.

This era of Impala has an X-frame which makes exhaust fitment tricky and time-consuming since we wanted to route each side of the exhaust symmetrically with the other. After the Magnaflow mufflers and  X-frame, the tailpipes wrap over the axle, between the tires and frame, then end in turndowns inside the quarterpanels.


Ken's '62 Impala SS

Ken's Impala came to us shortly after receiving its very expensive red paint. In addition to its beautiful exterior, it has a nicely-detailed engine compartment, a built 409, and an equally beautiful interior. We were honored that Ken chose to have Hanksville Hot Rods build a custom stainless steel dual exhaust for this great car.

This era of Impala has an X-frame which makes exhaust fitment tricky and time-consuming since we wanted to route each side of the exhaust symmetrically with the other. After the Magnaflow mufflers and  X-frame, the tailpipes wrap over the axle, between the tires and frame, then end in turndowns inside the quarterpanels.


Ken's '62 Impala SS

Ken's Impala came to us shortly after receiving its very expensive red paint. In addition to its beautiful exterior, it has a nicely-detailed engine compartment, a built 409, and an equally beautiful interior. We were honored that Ken chose to have Hanksville Hot Rods build a custom stainless steel dual exhaust for this great car.

This era of Impala has an X-frame which makes exhaust fitment tricky and time-consuming since we wanted to route each side of the exhaust symmetrically with the other. After the Magnaflow mufflers and  X-frame, the tailpipes wrap over the axle, between the tires and frame, then end in turndowns inside the quarterpanels.


Ken's '62 Impala SS

Ken's Impala came to us shortly after receiving its very expensive red paint. In addition to its beautiful exterior, it has a nicely-detailed engine compartment, a built 409, and an equally beautiful interior. We were honored that Ken chose to have Hanksville Hot Rods build a custom stainless steel dual exhaust for this great car.

This era of Impala has an X-frame which makes exhaust fitment tricky and time-consuming since we wanted to route each side of the exhaust symmetrically with the other. After the Magnaflow mufflers and  X-frame, the tailpipes wrap over the axle, between the tires and frame, then end in turndowns inside the quarterpanels.


Ken's '62 Impala SS

Ken's Impala came to us shortly after receiving its very expensive red paint. In addition to its beautiful exterior, it has a nicely-detailed engine compartment, a built 409, and an equally beautiful interior. We were honored that Ken chose to have Hanksville Hot Rods build a custom stainless steel dual exhaust for this great car.

This era of Impala has an X-frame which makes exhaust fitment tricky and time-consuming since we wanted to route each side of the exhaust symmetrically with the other. After the Magnaflow mufflers and  X-frame, the tailpipes wrap over the axle, between the tires and frame, then end in turndowns inside the quarterpanels.


Ken's '62 Impala SS

Ken's Impala came to us shortly after receiving its very expensive red paint. In addition to its beautiful exterior, it has a nicely-detailed engine compartment, a built 409, and an equally beautiful interior. We were honored that Ken chose to have Hanksville Hot Rods build a custom stainless steel dual exhaust for this great car.

This era of Impala has an X-frame which makes exhaust fitment tricky and time-consuming since we wanted to route each side of the exhaust symmetrically with the other. After the Magnaflow mufflers and  X-frame, the tailpipes wrap over the axle, between the tires and frame, then end in turndowns inside the quarterpanels.


Ken's '62 Impala SS

Ken's Impala came to us shortly after receiving its very expensive red paint. In addition to its beautiful exterior, it has a nicely-detailed engine compartment, a built 409, and an equally beautiful interior. We were honored that Ken chose to have Hanksville Hot Rods build a custom stainless steel dual exhaust for this great car.

This era of Impala has an X-frame which makes exhaust fitment tricky and time-consuming since we wanted to route each side of the exhaust symmetrically with the other. After the Magnaflow mufflers and  X-frame, the tailpipes wrap over the axle, between the tires and frame, then end in turndowns inside the quarterpanels.


Ken's '62 Impala SS

Ken's Impala came to us shortly after receiving its very expensive red paint. In addition to its beautiful exterior, it has a nicely-detailed engine compartment, a built 409, and an equally beautiful interior. We were honored that Ken chose to have Hanksville Hot Rods build a custom stainless steel dual exhaust for this great car.

This era of Impala has an X-frame which makes exhaust fitment tricky and time-consuming since we wanted to route each side of the exhaust symmetrically with the other. After the Magnaflow mufflers and  X-frame, the tailpipes wrap over the axle, between the tires and frame, then end in turndowns inside the quarterpanels.


Ken's '62 Impala SS

Ken's Impala came to us shortly after receiving its very expensive red paint. In addition to its beautiful exterior, it has a nicely-detailed engine compartment, a built 409, and an equally beautiful interior. We were honored that Ken chose to have Hanksville Hot Rods build a custom stainless steel dual exhaust for this great car.

This era of Impala has an X-frame which makes exhaust fitment tricky and time-consuming since we wanted to route each side of the exhaust symmetrically with the other. After the Magnaflow mufflers and  X-frame, the tailpipes wrap over the axle, between the tires and frame, then end in turndowns inside the quarterpanels.


Ken's '62 Impala SS

Ken's Impala came to us shortly after receiving its very expensive red paint. In addition to its beautiful exterior, it has a nicely-detailed engine compartment, a built 409, and an equally beautiful interior. We were honored that Ken chose to have Hanksville Hot Rods build a custom stainless steel dual exhaust for this great car.

This era of Impala has an X-frame which makes exhaust fitment tricky and time-consuming since we wanted to route each side of the exhaust symmetrically with the other. After the Magnaflow mufflers and  X-frame, the tailpipes wrap over the axle, between the tires and frame, then end in turndowns inside the quarterpanels.


Jeff's '58 Ford

Jeff has built an extremely low and very cool custom. After installing a bored and stroked 429, he came to Hanksville Hot Rods for a custom exhaust. We carefully bent and fitted the downpipes and muffler extensions to ensure that no part of the exhaust would fit lower than the frame.

Fitting the specially-bent tailpipes required relocation of the brake line bracket to ensure the exhaust would clear the driveline and suspension even when the car sits at its lowest point. We also fabricated a custom H-pipe.

The Magnaflows really sound great (and are still very loud) while exhausting over 500 cubic inches of displacement! As a final touch, we cut oval-shaped holes in the bottom of the bumpers to fit the polished stainless steel Magnaflow oval tips.


Jeff's '58 Ford

Jeff has built an extremely low and very cool custom. After installing a bored and stroked 429, he came to Hanksville Hot Rods for a custom exhaust. We carefully bent and fitted the downpipes and muffler extensions to ensure that no part of the exhaust would fit lower than the frame.

Fitting the specially-bent tailpipes required relocation of the brake line bracket to ensure the exhaust would clear the driveline and suspension even when the car sits at its lowest point. We also fabricated a custom H-pipe.

The Magnaflows really sound great (and are still very loud) while exhausting over 500 cubic inches of displacement! As a final touch, we cut oval-shaped holes in the bottom of the bumpers to fit the polished stainless steel Magnaflow oval tips.


Jeff's '58 Ford

Jeff has built an extremely low and very cool custom. After installing a bored and stroked 429, he came to Hanksville Hot Rods for a custom exhaust. We carefully bent and fitted the downpipes and muffler extensions to ensure that no part of the exhaust would fit lower than the frame.

Fitting the specially-bent tailpipes required relocation of the brake line bracket to ensure the exhaust would clear the driveline and suspension even when the car sits at its lowest point. We also fabricated a custom H-pipe.

The Magnaflows really sound great (and are still very loud) while exhausting over 500 cubic inches of displacement! As a final touch, we cut oval-shaped holes in the bottom of the bumpers to fit the polished stainless steel Magnaflow oval tips.


Jeff's '58 Ford

Jeff has built an extremely low and very cool custom. After installing a bored and stroked 429, he came to Hanksville Hot Rods for a custom exhaust. We carefully bent and fitted the downpipes and muffler extensions to ensure that no part of the exhaust would fit lower than the frame.

Fitting the specially-bent tailpipes required relocation of the brake line bracket to ensure the exhaust would clear the driveline and suspension even when the car sits at its lowest point. We also fabricated a custom H-pipe.

The Magnaflows really sound great (and are still very loud) while exhausting over 500 cubic inches of displacement! As a final touch, we cut oval-shaped holes in the bottom of the bumpers to fit the polished stainless steel Magnaflow oval tips.


Jeff's '58 Ford

Jeff has built an extremely low and very cool custom. After installing a bored and stroked 429, he came to Hanksville Hot Rods for a custom exhaust. We carefully bent and fitted the downpipes and muffler extensions to ensure that no part of the exhaust would fit lower than the frame.

Fitting the specially-bent tailpipes required relocation of the brake line bracket to ensure the exhaust would clear the driveline and suspension even when the car sits at its lowest point. We also fabricated a custom H-pipe.

The Magnaflows really sound great (and are still very loud) while exhausting over 500 cubic inches of displacement! As a final touch, we cut oval-shaped holes in the bottom of the bumpers to fit the polished stainless steel Magnaflow oval tips.


Clark's 5.0L T-bird

Clark came to us with a very challenging project - install a true-dual exhaust with 2.5" pipes running in the tight confines where the single factory 2.25" exhaust was routed. He also wanted to run a Magnaflow dual in/dual out muffler. This muffler is a great option for cars with limited space, since it does the job of two mufflers and also incorporates and internal X-pipe.

Clark's idea was well thought-out and we were happy to make it happen for him. We custom-mandrel-bent the two cat pipes and welded in an o2 sen
sor, then routed the muffler extensions and parallel tailpipes, finishing the exhaust with two 3" stainless tips.

This project required 19 custom mandrel bends! The exhaust looks and sounds great, and is a nice, free-flowing setup that will support Clark's current and planned engine mods.

 

Clark’s 5.0L Thunderbird

Clark came to us with a very challenging project - install a true-dual exhaust with 2.5" pipes running in the tight confines where the single factory 2.25" exhaust was routed. He also wanted to run a Magnaflow dual in/dual out muffler. This muffler is a great option for cars with limited space, since it does the job of two mufflers and also incorporates and internal X-pipe.

Clark's idea was well thought-out and we were happy to make it happen for him. We custom-mandrel-bent the two cat pipes and welded in an o2 sen
sor, then routed the muffler extensions and parallel tailpipes, finishing the exhaust with two 3" stainless tips.

This project required 19 custom mandrel bends! The exhaust looks and sounds great, and is a nice, free-flowing setup that will support Clark's current and planned engine mods.


Clark’s 5.0L Thunderbird

Clark came to us with a very challenging project - install a true-dual exhaust with 2.5" pipes running in the tight confines where the single factory 2.25" exhaust was routed. He also wanted to run a Magnaflow dual in/dual out muffler. This muffler is a great option for cars with limited space, since it does the job of two mufflers and also incorporates and internal X-pipe.

Clark's idea was well thought-out and we were happy to make it happen for him. We custom-mandrel-bent the two cat pipes and welded in an o2 sen
sor, then routed the muffler extensions and parallel tailpipes, finishing the exhaust with two 3" stainless tips.

This project required 19 custom mandrel bends! The exhaust looks and sounds great, and is a nice, free-flowing setup that will support Clark's current and planned engine mods.


Clark’s 5.0L Thunderbird

Clark came to us with a very challenging project - install a true-dual exhaust with 2.5" pipes running in the tight confines where the single factory 2.25" exhaust was routed. He also wanted to run a Magnaflow dual in/dual out muffler. This muffler is a great option for cars with limited space, since it does the job of two mufflers and also incorporates and internal X-pipe.

Clark's idea was well thought-out and we were happy to make it happen for him. We custom-mandrel-bent the two cat pipes and welded in an o2 sen
sor, then routed the muffler extensions and parallel tailpipes, finishing the exhaust with two 3" stainless tips.

This project required 19 custom mandrel bends! The exhaust looks and sounds great, and is a nice, free-flowing setup that will support Clark's current and planned engine mods.


Clark’s 5.0L Thunderbird

Clark came to us with a very challenging project - install a true-dual exhaust with 2.5" pipes running in the tight confines where the single factory 2.25" exhaust was routed. He also wanted to run a Magnaflow dual in/dual out muffler. This muffler is a great option for cars with limited space, since it does the job of two mufflers and also incorporates and internal X-pipe.

Clark's idea was well thought-out and we were happy to make it happen for him. We custom-mandrel-bent the two cat pipes and welded in an o2 sen
sor, then routed the muffler extensions and parallel tailpipes, finishing the exhaust with two 3" stainless tips.

This project required 19 custom mandrel bends! The exhaust looks and sounds great, and is a nice, free-flowing setup that will support Clark's current and planned engine mods.


Jason’s Lincoln LS

Jason wanted to maintain his tradition of having Flowmaster mufflers on each of his vehicles, and to wake up his Lincoln LS. So, he asked us to install 40-series Flows in place of his stock mufflers. We had to tilt the mufflers to fit them into the stock location, but when the car is on the ground it is a very clean installation. We reattached the stock tips for a factory appearance with much more growl than the original mufflers.



Jason’s Lincoln LS

Jason wanted to maintain his tradition of having Flowmaster mufflers on each of his vehicles, and to wake up his Lincoln LS. So, he asked us to install 40-series Flows in place of his stock mufflers. We had to tilt the mufflers to fit them into the stock location, but when the car is on the ground it is a very clean installation. We reattached the stock tips for a factory appearance with much more growl than the original mufflers.



Jason’s Lincoln LS

Jason wanted to maintain his tradition of having Flowmaster mufflers on each of his vehicles, and to wake up his Lincoln LS. So, he asked us to install 40-series Flows in place of his stock mufflers. We had to tilt the mufflers to fit them into the stock location, but when the car is on the ground it is a very clean installation. We reattached the stock tips for a factory appearance with much more growl than the original mufflers.



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