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Chuck's '31 Chevy Coupe

We had previously built a nice mandrel-bent exhaust for Chuck's truck, so we were pleased to help him again when the time came for him to have an exhaust made for his '31 Chevy chassis. The attention to detail on this car is amazing, and we were very careful to avoid damaging the finish as we built Chuck's exhaust.

This dual exhaust is made entirely from 304 stainless steel, including stainless flanges, tube, hardware, hangers, Hushpower II mufflers, and polished Magnaflow tips. All of the welds were TIG-welded, and we custom-made the hanger rods from 304SS as well.

We custom-mandrel-bent and TIG-welded an H-pipe crossover for a nice sound. Because of the tight space around the fuel tank, Chuck asked us to route the tailpipes under the axle. We used flanges behind the mufflers to allow easy removal and replacement of the tailpipes when working on the car.  

Chuck's '31 Chevy Coupe

We had previously built a nice mandrel-bent exhaust for Chuck's truck, so we were pleased to help him again when the time came for him to have an exhaust made for his '31 Chevy chassis. The attention to detail on this car is amazing, and we were very careful to avoid damaging the finish as we built Chuck's exhaust.

This dual exhaust is made entirely from 304 stainless steel, including stainless flanges, tube, hardware, hangers, Hushpower II mufflers, and polished Magnaflow tips. All of the welds were TIG-welded, and we custom-made the hanger rods from 304SS as well.

We custom-mandrel-bent and TIG-welded an H-pipe crossover for a nice sound. Because of the tight space around the fuel tank, Chuck asked us to route the tailpipes under the axle. We used flanges behind the mufflers to allow easy removal and replacement of the tailpipes when working on the car.

Chuck's '31 Chevy Coupe

We had previously built a nice mandrel-bent exhaust for Chuck's truck, so we were pleased to help him again when the time came for him to have an exhaust made for his '31 Chevy chassis. The attention to detail on this car is amazing, and we were very careful to avoid damaging the finish as we built Chuck's exhaust.

This dual exhaust is made entirely from 304 stainless steel, including stainless flanges, tube, hardware, hangers, Hushpower II mufflers, and polished Magnaflow tips. All of the welds were TIG-welded, and we custom-made the hanger rods from 304SS as well.

We custom-mandrel-bent and TIG-welded an H-pipe crossover for a nice sound. Because of the tight space around the fuel tank, Chuck asked us to route the tailpipes under the axle. We used flanges behind the mufflers to allow easy removal and replacement of the tailpipes when working on the car.

Chuck's '31 Chevy Coupe

We had previously built a nice mandrel-bent exhaust for Chuck's truck, so we were pleased to help him again when the time came for him to have an exhaust made for his '31 Chevy chassis. The attention to detail on this car is amazing, and we were very careful to avoid damaging the finish as we built Chuck's exhaust.

This dual exhaust is made entirely from 304 stainless steel, including stainless flanges, tube, hardware, hangers, Hushpower II mufflers, and polished Magnaflow tips. All of the welds were TIG-welded, and we custom-made the hanger rods from 304SS as well.

We custom-mandrel-bent and TIG-welded an H-pipe crossover for a nice sound. Because of the tight space around the fuel tank, Chuck asked us to route the tailpipes under the axle. We used flanges behind the mufflers to allow easy removal and replacement of the tailpipes when working on the car.

Chuck's '31 Chevy Coupe

We had previously built a nice mandrel-bent exhaust for Chuck's truck, so we were pleased to help him again when the time came for him to have an exhaust made for his '31 Chevy chassis. The attention to detail on this car is amazing, and we were very careful to avoid damaging the finish as we built Chuck's exhaust.

This dual exhaust is made entirely from 304 stainless steel, including stainless flanges, tube, hardware, hangers, Hushpower II mufflers, and polished Magnaflow tips. All of the welds were TIG-welded, and we custom-made the hanger rods from 304SS as well.

We custom-mandrel-bent and TIG-welded an H-pipe crossover for a nice sound. Because of the tight space around the fuel tank, Chuck asked us to route the tailpipes under the axle. We used flanges behind the mufflers to allow easy removal and replacement of the tailpipes when working on the car.

Chuck's '31 Chevy Coupe

We had previously built a nice mandrel-bent exhaust for Chuck's truck, so we were pleased to help him again when the time came for him to have an exhaust made for his '31 Chevy chassis. The attention to detail on this car is amazing, and we were very careful to avoid damaging the finish as we built Chuck's exhaust.

This dual exhaust is made entirely from 304 stainless steel, including stainless flanges, tube, hardware, hangers, Hushpower II mufflers, and polished Magnaflow tips. All of the welds were TIG-welded, and we custom-made the hanger rods from 304SS as well.

We custom-mandrel-bent and TIG-welded an H-pipe crossover for a nice sound. Because of the tight space around the fuel tank, Chuck asked us to route the tailpipes under the axle. We used flanges behind the mufflers to allow easy removal and replacement of the tailpipes when working on the car.

Chuck's '31 Chevy Coupe

We had previously built a nice mandrel-bent exhaust for Chuck's truck, so we were pleased to help him again when the time came for him to have an exhaust made for his '31 Chevy chassis. The attention to detail on this car is amazing, and we were very careful to avoid damaging the finish as we built Chuck's exhaust.

This dual exhaust is made entirely from 304 stainless steel, including stainless flanges, tube, hardware, hangers, Hushpower II mufflers, and polished Magnaflow tips. All of the welds were TIG-welded, and we custom-made the hanger rods from 304SS as well.

We custom-mandrel-bent and TIG-welded an H-pipe crossover for a nice sound. Because of the tight space around the fuel tank, Chuck asked us to route the tailpipes under the axle. We used flanges behind the mufflers to allow easy removal and replacement of the tailpipes when working on the car.

Chuck's '31 Chevy Coupe

We had previously built a nice mandrel-bent exhaust for Chuck's truck, so we were pleased to help him again when the time came for him to have an exhaust made for his '31 Chevy chassis. The attention to detail on this car is amazing, and we were very careful to avoid damaging the finish as we built Chuck's exhaust.

This dual exhaust is made entirely from 304 stainless steel, including stainless flanges, tube, hardware, hangers, Hushpower II mufflers, and polished Magnaflow tips. All of the welds were TIG-welded, and we custom-made the hanger rods from 304SS as well.

We custom-mandrel-bent and TIG-welded an H-pipe crossover for a nice sound. Because of the tight space around the fuel tank, Chuck asked us to route the tailpipes under the axle. We used flanges behind the mufflers to allow easy removal and replacement of the tailpipes when working on the car.

Chuck's '31 Chevy Coupe

We had previously built a nice mandrel-bent exhaust for Chuck's truck, so we were pleased to help him again when the time came for him to have an exhaust made for his '31 Chevy chassis. The attention to detail on this car is amazing, and we were very careful to avoid damaging the finish as we built Chuck's exhaust.

This dual exhaust is made entirely from 304 stainless steel, including stainless flanges, tube, hardware, hangers, Hushpower II mufflers, and polished Magnaflow tips. All of the welds were TIG-welded, and we custom-made the hanger rods from 304SS as well.

We custom-mandrel-bent and TIG-welded an H-pipe crossover for a nice sound. Because of the tight space around the fuel tank, Chuck asked us to route the tailpipes under the axle. We used flanges behind the mufflers to allow easy removal and replacement of the tailpipes when working on the car.

Chuck's '31 Chevy Coupe

We had previously built a nice mandrel-bent exhaust for Chuck's truck, so we were pleased to help him again when the time came for him to have an exhaust made for his '31 Chevy chassis. The attention to detail on this car is amazing, and we were very careful to avoid damaging the finish as we built Chuck's exhaust.

This dual exhaust is made entirely from 304 stainless steel, including stainless flanges, tube, hardware, hangers, Hushpower II mufflers, and polished Magnaflow tips. All of the welds were TIG-welded, and we custom-made the hanger rods from 304SS as well.

We custom-mandrel-bent and TIG-welded an H-pipe crossover for a nice sound. Because of the tight space around the fuel tank, Chuck asked us to route the tailpipes under the axle. We used flanges behind the mufflers to allow easy removal and replacement of the tailpipes when working on the car.

Chuck's '31 Chevy Coupe

We had previously built a nice mandrel-bent exhaust for Chuck's truck, so we were pleased to help him again when the time came for him to have an exhaust made for his '31 Chevy chassis. The attention to detail on this car is amazing, and we were very careful to avoid damaging the finish as we built Chuck's exhaust.

This dual exhaust is made entirely from 304 stainless steel, including stainless flanges, tube, hardware, hangers, Hushpower II mufflers, and polished Magnaflow tips. All of the welds were TIG-welded, and we custom-made the hanger rods from 304SS as well.

We custom-mandrel-bent and TIG-welded an H-pipe crossover for a nice sound. Because of the tight space around the fuel tank, Chuck asked us to route the tailpipes under the axle. We used flanges behind the mufflers to allow easy removal and replacement of the tailpipes when working on the car.

Chuck's '31 Chevy Coupe

We had previously built a nice mandrel-bent exhaust for Chuck's truck, so we were pleased to help him again when the time came for him to have an exhaust made for his '31 Chevy chassis. The attention to detail on this car is amazing, and we were very careful to avoid damaging the finish as we built Chuck's exhaust.

This dual exhaust is made entirely from 304 stainless steel, including stainless flanges, tube, hardware, hangers, Hushpower II mufflers, and polished Magnaflow tips. All of the welds were TIG-welded, and we custom-made the hanger rods from 304SS as well.

We custom-mandrel-bent and TIG-welded an H-pipe crossover for a nice sound. Because of the tight space around the fuel tank, Chuck asked us to route the tailpipes under the axle. We used flanges behind the mufflers to allow easy removal and replacement of the tailpipes when working on the car.

Chuck's '31 Chevy Coupe

We had previously built a nice mandrel-bent exhaust for Chuck's truck, so we were pleased to help him again when the time came for him to have an exhaust made for his '31 Chevy chassis. The attention to detail on this car is amazing, and we were very careful to avoid damaging the finish as we built Chuck's exhaust.

This dual exhaust is made entirely from 304 stainless steel, including stainless flanges, tube, hardware, hangers, Hushpower II mufflers, and polished Magnaflow tips. All of the welds were TIG-welded, and we custom-made the hanger rods from 304SS as well.

We custom-mandrel-bent and TIG-welded an H-pipe crossover for a nice sound. Because of the tight space around the fuel tank, Chuck asked us to route the tailpipes under the axle. We used flanges behind the mufflers to allow easy removal and replacement of the tailpipes when working on the car.

Chuck's '31 Chevy Coupe

We had previously built a nice mandrel-bent exhaust for Chuck's truck, so we were pleased to help him again when the time came for him to have an exhaust made for his '31 Chevy chassis. The attention to detail on this car is amazing, and we were very careful to avoid damaging the finish as we built Chuck's exhaust.

This dual exhaust is made entirely from 304 stainless steel, including stainless flanges, tube, hardware, hangers, Hushpower II mufflers, and polished Magnaflow tips. All of the welds were TIG-welded, and we custom-made the hanger rods from 304SS as well.

We custom-mandrel-bent and TIG-welded an H-pipe crossover for a nice sound. Because of the tight space around the fuel tank, Chuck asked us to route the tailpipes under the axle. We used flanges behind the mufflers to allow easy removal and replacement of the tailpipes when working on the car.

Chuck's '31 Chevy Coupe

We had previously built a nice mandrel-bent exhaust for Chuck's truck, so we were pleased to help him again when the time came for him to have an exhaust made for his '31 Chevy chassis. The attention to detail on this car is amazing, and we were very careful to avoid damaging the finish as we built Chuck's exhaust.

This dual exhaust is made entirely from 304 stainless steel, including stainless flanges, tube, hardware, hangers, Hushpower II mufflers, and polished Magnaflow tips. All of the welds were TIG-welded, and we custom-made the hanger rods from 304SS as well.

We custom-mandrel-bent and TIG-welded an H-pipe crossover for a nice sound. Because of the tight space around the fuel tank, Chuck asked us to route the tailpipes under the axle. We used flanges behind the mufflers to allow easy removal and replacement of the tailpipes when working on the car.

Chuck's '31 Chevy Coupe

We had previously built a nice mandrel-bent exhaust for Chuck's truck, so we were pleased to help him again when the time came for him to have an exhaust made for his '31 Chevy chassis. The attention to detail on this car is amazing, and we were very careful to avoid damaging the finish as we built Chuck's exhaust.

This dual exhaust is made entirely from 304 stainless steel, including stainless flanges, tube, hardware, hangers, Hushpower II mufflers, and polished Magnaflow tips. All of the welds were TIG-welded, and we custom-made the hanger rods from 304SS as well.

We custom-mandrel-bent and TIG-welded an H-pipe crossover for a nice sound. Because of the tight space around the fuel tank, Chuck asked us to route the tailpipes under the axle. We used flanges behind the mufflers to allow easy removal and replacement of the tailpipes when working on the car.

Chuck's '31 Chevy Coupe

We had previously built a nice mandrel-bent exhaust for Chuck's truck, so we were pleased to help him again when the time came for him to have an exhaust made for his '31 Chevy chassis. The attention to detail on this car is amazing, and we were very careful to avoid damaging the finish as we built Chuck's exhaust.

This dual exhaust is made entirely from 304 stainless steel, including stainless flanges, tube, hardware, hangers, Hushpower II mufflers, and polished Magnaflow tips. All of the welds were TIG-welded, and we custom-made the hanger rods from 304SS as well.

We custom-mandrel-bent and TIG-welded an H-pipe crossover for a nice sound. Because of the tight space around the fuel tank, Chuck asked us to route the tailpipes under the axle. We used flanges behind the mufflers to allow easy removal and replacement of the tailpipes when working on the car.

Chuck's '31 Chevy Coupe

We had previously built a nice mandrel-bent exhaust for Chuck's truck, so we were pleased to help him again when the time came for him to have an exhaust made for his '31 Chevy chassis. The attention to detail on this car is amazing, and we were very careful to avoid damaging the finish as we built Chuck's exhaust.

This dual exhaust is made entirely from 304 stainless steel, including stainless flanges, tube, hardware, hangers, Hushpower II mufflers, and polished Magnaflow tips. All of the welds were TIG-welded, and we custom-made the hanger rods from 304SS as well.

We custom-mandrel-bent and TIG-welded an H-pipe crossover for a nice sound. Because of the tight space around the fuel tank, Chuck asked us to route the tailpipes under the axle. We used flanges behind the mufflers to allow easy removal and replacement of the tailpipes when working on the car.

Chuck's '31 Chevy Coupe

We had previously built a nice mandrel-bent exhaust for Chuck's truck, so we were pleased to help him again when the time came for him to have an exhaust made for his '31 Chevy chassis. The attention to detail on this car is amazing, and we were very careful to avoid damaging the finish as we built Chuck's exhaust.

This dual exhaust is made entirely from 304 stainless steel, including stainless flanges, tube, hardware, hangers, Hushpower II mufflers, and polished Magnaflow tips. All of the welds were TIG-welded, and we custom-made the hanger rods from 304SS as well.

We custom-mandrel-bent and TIG-welded an H-pipe crossover for a nice sound. Because of the tight space around the fuel tank, Chuck asked us to route the tailpipes under the axle. We used flanges behind the mufflers to allow easy removal and replacement of the tailpipes when working on the car.

Chuck's '31 Chevy Coupe

We had previously built a nice mandrel-bent exhaust for Chuck's truck, so we were pleased to help him again when the time came for him to have an exhaust made for his '31 Chevy chassis. The attention to detail on this car is amazing, and we were very careful to avoid damaging the finish as we built Chuck's exhaust.

This dual exhaust is made entirely from 304 stainless steel, including stainless flanges, tube, hardware, hangers, Hushpower II mufflers, and polished Magnaflow tips. All of the welds were TIG-welded, and we custom-made the hanger rods from 304SS as well.

We custom-mandrel-bent and TIG-welded an H-pipe crossover for a nice sound. Because of the tight space around the fuel tank, Chuck asked us to route the tailpipes under the axle. We used flanges behind the mufflers to allow easy removal and replacement of the tailpipes when working on the car.

Chuck's '31 Chevy Coupe

We had previously built a nice mandrel-bent exhaust for Chuck's truck, so we were pleased to help him again when the time came for him to have an exhaust made for his '31 Chevy chassis. The attention to detail on this car is amazing, and we were very careful to avoid damaging the finish as we built Chuck's exhaust.

This dual exhaust is made entirely from 304 stainless steel, including stainless flanges, tube, hardware, hangers, Hushpower II mufflers, and polished Magnaflow tips. All of the welds were TIG-welded, and we custom-made the hanger rods from 304SS as well.

We custom-mandrel-bent and TIG-welded an H-pipe crossover for a nice sound. Because of the tight space around the fuel tank, Chuck asked us to route the tailpipes under the axle. We used flanges behind the mufflers to allow easy removal and replacement of the tailpipes when working on the car.

Chuck's '31 Chevy Coupe

We had previously built a nice mandrel-bent exhaust for Chuck's truck, so we were pleased to help him again when the time came for him to have an exhaust made for his '31 Chevy chassis. The attention to detail on this car is amazing, and we were very careful to avoid damaging the finish as we built Chuck's exhaust.

This dual exhaust is made entirely from 304 stainless steel, including stainless flanges, tube, hardware, hangers, Hushpower II mufflers, and polished Magnaflow tips. All of the welds were TIG-welded, and we custom-made the hanger rods from 304SS as well.

We custom-mandrel-bent and TIG-welded an H-pipe crossover for a nice sound. Because of the tight space around the fuel tank, Chuck asked us to route the tailpipes under the axle. We used flanges behind the mufflers to allow easy removal and replacement of the tailpipes when working on the car.

Chuck's '31 Chevy Coupe

We had previously built a nice mandrel-bent exhaust for Chuck's truck, so we were pleased to help him again when the time came for him to have an exhaust made for his '31 Chevy chassis. The attention to detail on this car is amazing, and we were very careful to avoid damaging the finish as we built Chuck's exhaust.

This dual exhaust is made entirely from 304 stainless steel, including stainless flanges, tube, hardware, hangers, Hushpower II mufflers, and polished Magnaflow tips. All of the welds were TIG-welded, and we custom-made the hanger rods from 304SS as well.

We custom-mandrel-bent and TIG-welded an H-pipe crossover for a nice sound. Because of the tight space around the fuel tank, Chuck asked us to route the tailpipes under the axle. We used flanges behind the mufflers to allow easy removal and replacement of the tailpipes when working on the car.

Chuck's '31 Chevy Coupe

We had previously built a nice mandrel-bent exhaust for Chuck's truck, so we were pleased to help him again when the time came for him to have an exhaust made for his '31 Chevy chassis. The attention to detail on this car is amazing, and we were very careful to avoid damaging the finish as we built Chuck's exhaust.

This dual exhaust is made entirely from 304 stainless steel, including stainless flanges, tube, hardware, hangers, Hushpower II mufflers, and polished Magnaflow tips. All of the welds were TIG-welded, and we custom-made the hanger rods from 304SS as well.

We custom-mandrel-bent and TIG-welded an H-pipe crossover for a nice sound. Because of the tight space around the fuel tank, Chuck asked us to route the tailpipes under the axle. We used flanges behind the mufflers to allow easy removal and replacement of the tailpipes when working on the car.

George's '48 Ford Coupe

George has taken a Club Coupe, chopped it 2.5", then added a Business Coupe roof and fill panel, along with alot of work to create a very custom 3-window. Don't ask me for the details; I just know that it looks great! George asked Hanksville to build a custom mandrel-bent, TIG-welded exhaust from 2" 304 stainless steel and Magnaflow mufflers. This exhaust routes through the factory frame's X-members and fits very well. George supplied manual cutouts to allow him to open the exhaust when he chooses. Even with the cutouts closed, this exhaust sounds mean when he starts the old-school Hemi!

George's '48 Ford Coupe

George has taken a Club Coupe, chopped it 2.5", then added a Business Coupe roof and fill panel, along with alot of work to create a very custom 3-window. Don't ask me for the details; I just know that it looks great! George asked Hanksville to build a custom mandrel-bent, TIG-welded exhaust from 2" 304 stainless steel and Magnaflow mufflers. This exhaust routes through the factory frame's X-members and fits very well. George supplied manual cutouts to allow him to open the exhaust when he chooses. Even with the cutouts closed, this exhaust sounds mean when he starts the old-school Hemi!

George's '48 Ford Coupe

George has taken a Club Coupe, chopped it 2.5", then added a Business Coupe roof and fill panel, along with alot of work to create a very custom 3-window. Don't ask me for the details; I just know that it looks great! George asked Hanksville to build a custom mandrel-bent, TIG-welded exhaust from 2" 304 stainless steel and Magnaflow mufflers. This exhaust routes through the factory frame's X-members and fits very well. George supplied manual cutouts to allow him to open the exhaust when he chooses. Even with the cutouts closed, this exhaust sounds mean when he starts the old-school Hemi!

George's '48 Ford Coupe

George has taken a Club Coupe, chopped it 2.5", then added a Business Coupe roof and fill panel, along with alot of work to create a very custom 3-window. Don't ask me for the details; I just know that it looks great! George asked Hanksville to build a custom mandrel-bent, TIG-welded exhaust from 2" 304 stainless steel and Magnaflow mufflers. This exhaust routes through the factory frame's X-members and fits very well. George supplied manual cutouts to allow him to open the exhaust when he chooses. Even with the cutouts closed, this exhaust sounds mean when he starts the old-school Hemi!

George's '48 Ford Coupe

George has taken a Club Coupe, chopped it 2.5", then added a Business Coupe roof and fill panel, along with alot of work to create a very custom 3-window. Don't ask me for the details; I just know that it looks great! George asked Hanksville to build a custom mandrel-bent, TIG-welded exhaust from 2" 304 stainless steel and Magnaflow mufflers. This exhaust routes through the factory frame's X-members and fits very well. George supplied manual cutouts to allow him to open the exhaust when he chooses. Even with the cutouts closed, this exhaust sounds mean when he starts the old-school Hemi!

George's '48 Ford Coupe

George has taken a Club Coupe, chopped it 2.5", then added a Business Coupe roof and fill panel, along with alot of work to create a very custom 3-window. Don't ask me for the details; I just know that it looks great! George asked Hanksville to build a custom mandrel-bent, TIG-welded exhaust from 2" 304 stainless steel and Magnaflow mufflers. This exhaust routes through the factory frame's X-members and fits very well. George supplied manual cutouts to allow him to open the exhaust when he chooses. Even with the cutouts closed, this exhaust sounds mean when he starts the old-school Hemi!

George's '48 Ford Coupe

George has taken a Club Coupe, chopped it 2.5", then added a Business Coupe roof and fill panel, along with alot of work to create a very custom 3-window. Don't ask me for the details; I just know that it looks great! George asked Hanksville to build a custom mandrel-bent, TIG-welded exhaust from 2" 304 stainless steel and Magnaflow mufflers. This exhaust routes through the factory frame's X-members and fits very well. George supplied manual cutouts to allow him to open the exhaust when he chooses. Even with the cutouts closed, this exhaust sounds mean when he starts the old-school Hemi!

George's '48 Ford Coupe

George has taken a Club Coupe, chopped it 2.5", then added a Business Coupe roof and fill panel, along with alot of work to create a very custom 3-window. Don't ask me for the details; I just know that it looks great! George asked Hanksville to build a custom mandrel-bent, TIG-welded exhaust from 2" 304 stainless steel and Magnaflow mufflers. This exhaust routes through the factory frame's X-members and fits very well. George supplied manual cutouts to allow him to open the exhaust when he chooses. Even with the cutouts closed, this exhaust sounds mean when he starts the old-school Hemi!

George's '48 Ford Coupe

George has taken a Club Coupe, chopped it 2.5", then added a Business Coupe roof and fill panel, along with alot of work to create a very custom 3-window. Don't ask me for the details; I just know that it looks great! George asked Hanksville to build a custom mandrel-bent, TIG-welded exhaust from 2" 304 stainless steel and Magnaflow mufflers. This exhaust routes through the factory frame's X-members and fits very well. George supplied manual cutouts to allow him to open the exhaust when he chooses. Even with the cutouts closed, this exhaust sounds mean when he starts the old-school Hemi!

George's '48 Ford Coupe

George has taken a Club Coupe, chopped it 2.5", then added a Business Coupe roof and fill panel, along with alot of work to create a very custom 3-window. Don't ask me for the details; I just know that it looks great! George asked Hanksville to build a custom mandrel-bent, TIG-welded exhaust from 2" 304 stainless steel and Magnaflow mufflers. This exhaust routes through the factory frame's X-members and fits very well. George supplied manual cutouts to allow him to open the exhaust when he chooses. Even with the cutouts closed, this exhaust sounds mean when he starts the old-school Hemi!

George's '48 Ford Coupe

George has taken a Club Coupe, chopped it 2.5", then added a Business Coupe roof and fill panel, along with alot of work to create a very custom 3-window. Don't ask me for the details; I just know that it looks great! George asked Hanksville to build a custom mandrel-bent, TIG-welded exhaust from 2" 304 stainless steel and Magnaflow mufflers. This exhaust routes through the factory frame's X-members and fits very well. George supplied manual cutouts to allow him to open the exhaust when he chooses. Even with the cutouts closed, this exhaust sounds mean when he starts the old-school Hemi!

George's '48 Ford Coupe

George has taken a Club Coupe, chopped it 2.5", then added a Business Coupe roof and fill panel, along with alot of work to create a very custom 3-window. Don't ask me for the details; I just know that it looks great! George asked Hanksville to build a custom mandrel-bent, TIG-welded exhaust from 2" 304 stainless steel and Magnaflow mufflers. This exhaust routes through the factory frame's X-members and fits very well. George supplied manual cutouts to allow him to open the exhaust when he chooses. Even with the cutouts closed, this exhaust sounds mean when he starts the old-school Hemi!

George's '48 Ford Coupe

George has taken a Club Coupe, chopped it 2.5", then added a Business Coupe roof and fill panel, along with alot of work to create a very custom 3-window. Don't ask me for the details; I just know that it looks great! George asked Hanksville to build a custom mandrel-bent, TIG-welded exhaust from 2" 304 stainless steel and Magnaflow mufflers. This exhaust routes through the factory frame's X-members and fits very well. George supplied manual cutouts to allow him to open the exhaust when he chooses. Even with the cutouts closed, this exhaust sounds mean when he starts the old-school Hemi!

George's '48 Ford Coupe

George has taken a Club Coupe, chopped it 2.5", then added a Business Coupe roof and fill panel, along with alot of work to create a very custom 3-window. Don't ask me for the details; I just know that it looks great! George asked Hanksville to build a custom mandrel-bent, TIG-welded exhaust from 2" 304 stainless steel and Magnaflow mufflers. This exhaust routes through the factory frame's X-members and fits very well. George supplied manual cutouts to allow him to open the exhaust when he chooses. Even with the cutouts closed, this exhaust sounds mean when he starts the old-school Hemi!

George's '48 Ford Coupe

George has taken a Club Coupe, chopped it 2.5", then added a Business Coupe roof and fill panel, along with alot of work to create a very custom 3-window. Don't ask me for the details; I just know that it looks great! George asked Hanksville to build a custom mandrel-bent, TIG-welded exhaust from 2" 304 stainless steel and Magnaflow mufflers. This exhaust routes through the factory frame's X-members and fits very well. George supplied manual cutouts to allow him to open the exhaust when he chooses. Even with the cutouts closed, this exhaust sounds mean when he starts the old-school Hemi!

George's '48 Ford Coupe

George has taken a Club Coupe, chopped it 2.5", then added a Business Coupe roof and fill panel, along with alot of work to create a very custom 3-window. Don't ask me for the details; I just know that it looks great! George asked Hanksville to build a custom mandrel-bent, TIG-welded exhaust from 2" 304 stainless steel and Magnaflow mufflers. This exhaust routes through the factory frame's X-members and fits very well. George supplied manual cutouts to allow him to open the exhaust when he chooses. Even with the cutouts closed, this exhaust sounds mean when he starts the old-school Hemi!

George's '48 Ford Coupe

George has taken a Club Coupe, chopped it 2.5", then added a Business Coupe roof and fill panel, along with alot of work to create a very custom 3-window. Don't ask me for the details; I just know that it looks great! George asked Hanksville to build a custom mandrel-bent, TIG-welded exhaust from 2" 304 stainless steel and Magnaflow mufflers. This exhaust routes through the factory frame's X-members and fits very well. George supplied manual cutouts to allow him to open the exhaust when he chooses. Even with the cutouts closed, this exhaust sounds mean when he starts the old-school Hemi!

George's '48 Ford Coupe

George has taken a Club Coupe, chopped it 2.5", then added a Business Coupe roof and fill panel, along with alot of work to create a very custom 3-window. Don't ask me for the details; I just know that it looks great! George asked Hanksville to build a custom mandrel-bent, TIG-welded exhaust from 2" 304 stainless steel and Magnaflow mufflers. This exhaust routes through the factory frame's X-members and fits very well. George supplied manual cutouts to allow him to open the exhaust when he chooses. Even with the cutouts closed, this exhaust sounds mean when he starts the old-school Hemi!

George's '48 Ford Coupe

George has taken a Club Coupe, chopped it 2.5", then added a Business Coupe roof and fill panel, along with alot of work to create a very custom 3-window. Don't ask me for the details; I just know that it looks great! George asked Hanksville to build a custom mandrel-bent, TIG-welded exhaust from 2" 304 stainless steel and Magnaflow mufflers. This exhaust routes through the factory frame's X-members and fits very well. George supplied manual cutouts to allow him to open the exhaust when he chooses. Even with the cutouts closed, this exhaust sounds mean when he starts the old-school Hemi!

George's '48 Ford Coupe

George has taken a Club Coupe, chopped it 2.5", then added a Business Coupe roof and fill panel, along with alot of work to create a very custom 3-window. Don't ask me for the details; I just know that it looks great! George asked Hanksville to build a custom mandrel-bent, TIG-welded exhaust from 2" 304 stainless steel and Magnaflow mufflers. This exhaust routes through the factory frame's X-members and fits very well. George supplied manual cutouts to allow him to open the exhaust when he chooses. Even with the cutouts closed, this exhaust sounds mean when he starts the old-school Hemi!

George's '48 Ford Coupe

George has taken a Club Coupe, chopped it 2.5", then added a Business Coupe roof and fill panel, along with alot of work to create a very custom 3-window. Don't ask me for the details; I just know that it looks great! George asked Hanksville to build a custom mandrel-bent, TIG-welded exhaust from 2" 304 stainless steel and Magnaflow mufflers. This exhaust routes through the factory frame's X-members and fits very well. George supplied manual cutouts to allow him to open the exhaust when he chooses. Even with the cutouts closed, this exhaust sounds mean when he starts the old-school Hemi!

George's '48 Ford Coupe

George has taken a Club Coupe, chopped it 2.5", then added a Business Coupe roof and fill panel, along with alot of work to create a very custom 3-window. Don't ask me for the details; I just know that it looks great! George asked Hanksville to build a custom mandrel-bent, TIG-welded exhaust from 2" 304 stainless steel and Magnaflow mufflers. This exhaust routes through the factory frame's X-members and fits very well. George supplied manual cutouts to allow him to open the exhaust when he chooses. Even with the cutouts closed, this exhaust sounds mean when he starts the old-school Hemi!

Bill's '48 Ford Truck


Wanting a custom side-exit exhaust for his low '48, Bill fabricated a custom set of low-profile mufflers similar to Dr. Gas "Boom Tubes". He then asked us to mandrel-bend and install an exhaust for his truck, using Flowmaster Super 44 mufflers and 2.5" aluminized tube. We custom-notched and fitted an H-pipe crossover to even-out the sound, and followed the contours of the body and frame to maximize ground clearance. This exhaust has a nice, aggressive sound and really looks great exiting under the running boards.



Bill's '48 Ford Truck


Wanting a custom side-exit exhaust for his low '48, Bill fabricated a custom set of low-profile mufflers similar to Dr. Gas "Boom Tubes". He then asked us to mandrel-bend and install an exhaust for his truck, using Flowmaster Super 44 mufflers and 2.5" aluminized tube. We custom-notched and fitted an H-pipe crossover to even-out the sound, and followed the contours of the body and frame to maximize ground clearance. This exhaust has a nice, aggressive sound and really looks great exiting under the running boards.



Bill's '48 Ford Truck


Wanting a custom side-exit exhaust for his low '48, Bill fabricated a custom set of low-profile mufflers similar to Dr. Gas "Boom Tubes". He then asked us to mandrel-bend and install an exhaust for his truck, using Flowmaster Super 44 mufflers and 2.5" aluminized tube. We custom-notched and fitted an H-pipe crossover to even-out the sound, and followed the contours of the body and frame to maximize ground clearance. This exhaust has a nice, aggressive sound and really looks great exiting under the running boards.



Bill's '48 Ford Truck


Wanting a custom side-exit exhaust for his low '48, Bill fabricated a custom set of low-profile mufflers similar to Dr. Gas "Boom Tubes". He then asked us to mandrel-bend and install an exhaust for his truck, using Flowmaster Super 44 mufflers and 2.5" aluminized tube. We custom-notched and fitted an H-pipe crossover to even-out the sound, and followed the contours of the body and frame to maximize ground clearance. This exhaust has a nice, aggressive sound and really looks great exiting under the running boards.



Bill's '48 Ford Truck


Wanting a custom side-exit exhaust for his low '48, Bill fabricated a custom set of low-profile mufflers similar to Dr. Gas "Boom Tubes". He then asked us to mandrel-bend and install an exhaust for his truck, using Flowmaster Super 44 mufflers and 2.5" aluminized tube. We custom-notched and fitted an H-pipe crossover to even-out the sound, and followed the contours of the body and frame to maximize ground clearance. This exhaust has a nice, aggressive sound and really looks great exiting under the running boards.



Bill's '48 Ford Truck


Wanting a custom side-exit exhaust for his low '48, Bill fabricated a custom set of low-profile mufflers similar to Dr. Gas "Boom Tubes". He then asked us to mandrel-bend and install an exhaust for his truck, using Flowmaster Super 44 mufflers and 2.5" aluminized tube. We custom-notched and fitted an H-pipe crossover to even-out the sound, and followed the contours of the body and frame to maximize ground clearance. This exhaust has a nice, aggressive sound and really looks great exiting under the running boards.



Bill's '48 Ford Truck


Wanting a custom side-exit exhaust for his low '48, Bill fabricated a custom set of low-profile mufflers similar to Dr. Gas "Boom Tubes". He then asked us to mandrel-bend and install an exhaust for his truck, using Flowmaster Super 44 mufflers and 2.5" aluminized tube. We custom-notched and fitted an H-pipe crossover to even-out the sound, and followed the contours of the body and frame to maximize ground clearance. This exhaust has a nice, aggressive sound and really looks great exiting under the running boards.



Bill's '48 Ford Truck


Wanting a custom side-exit exhaust for his low '48, Bill fabricated a custom set of low-profile mufflers similar to Dr. Gas "Boom Tubes". He then asked us to mandrel-bend and install an exhaust for his truck, using Flowmaster Super 44 mufflers and 2.5" aluminized tube. We custom-notched and fitted an H-pipe crossover to even-out the sound, and followed the contours of the body and frame to maximize ground clearance. This exhaust has a nice, aggressive sound and really looks great exiting under the running boards.



Bill's '48 Ford Truck


Wanting a custom side-exit exhaust for his low '48, Bill fabricated a custom set of low-profile mufflers similar to Dr. Gas "Boom Tubes". He then asked us to mandrel-bend and install an exhaust for his truck, using Flowmaster Super 44 mufflers and 2.5" aluminized tube. We custom-notched and fitted an H-pipe crossover to even-out the sound, and followed the contours of the body and frame to maximize ground clearance. This exhaust has a nice, aggressive sound and really looks great exiting under the running boards.



Bill's '48 Ford Truck


Wanting a custom side-exit exhaust for his low '48, Bill fabricated a custom set of low-profile mufflers similar to Dr. Gas "Boom Tubes". He then asked us to mandrel-bend and install an exhaust for his truck, using Flowmaster Super 44 mufflers and 2.5" aluminized tube. We custom-notched and fitted an H-pipe crossover to even-out the sound, and followed the contours of the body and frame to maximize ground clearance. This exhaust has a nice, aggressive sound and really looks great exiting under the running boards.



Bill's '48 Ford Truck


Wanting a custom side-exit exhaust for his low '48, Bill fabricated a custom set of low-profile mufflers similar to Dr. Gas "Boom Tubes". He then asked us to mandrel-bend and install an exhaust for his truck, using Flowmaster Super 44 mufflers and 2.5" aluminized tube. We custom-notched and fitted an H-pipe crossover to even-out the sound, and followed the contours of the body and frame to maximize ground clearance. This exhaust has a nice, aggressive sound and really looks great exiting under the running boards.



Bill's '48 Ford Truck


Wanting a custom side-exit exhaust for his low '48, Bill fabricated a custom set of low-profile mufflers similar to Dr. Gas "Boom Tubes". He then asked us to mandrel-bend and install an exhaust for his truck, using Flowmaster Super 44 mufflers and 2.5" aluminized tube. We custom-notched and fitted an H-pipe crossover to even-out the sound, and followed the contours of the body and frame to maximize ground clearance. This exhaust has a nice, aggressive sound and really looks great exiting under the running boards.



Bill's '48 Ford Truck


Wanting a custom side-exit exhaust for his low '48, Bill fabricated a custom set of low-profile mufflers similar to Dr. Gas "Boom Tubes". He then asked us to mandrel-bend and install an exhaust for his truck, using Flowmaster Super 44 mufflers and 2.5" aluminized tube. We custom-notched and fitted an H-pipe crossover to even-out the sound, and followed the contours of the body and frame to maximize ground clearance. This exhaust has a nice, aggressive sound and really looks great exiting under the running boards.



Bill's '48 Ford Truck


Wanting a custom side-exit exhaust for his low '48, Bill fabricated a custom set of low-profile mufflers similar to Dr. Gas "Boom Tubes". He then asked us to mandrel-bend and install an exhaust for his truck, using Flowmaster Super 44 mufflers and 2.5" aluminized tube. We custom-notched and fitted an H-pipe crossover to even-out the sound, and followed the contours of the body and frame to maximize ground clearance. This exhaust has a nice, aggressive sound and really looks great exiting under the running boards.



Rich's '35 Packard Coupe

Brothers Rich and Bob recently brought their Packards to Hanksville Hot Rods for custom mandrel-bent exhausts. These are beautifully restored cars with modern drivetrains, often referred to as "restomods". The Packards have X-style frames, which make exhaust fabrication tricky. The exhausts are routed underneath the x-frames, which would normally reduce ground clearance. Since these cars are not lowered, this was an acceptable method of routing the exhaust and actually serves to highlight the stainless steel pipes and the quality craftsmanship that Hanksville Hot Rods gave these two cars!

Rich’s car has a late-model Hemi engine and a 9-inch rearend. We routed the X-pipe around the transmission, master cylinder and battery box, tucking it up close to (but not touching) the x-frame rails. After the X-pipe, the exhaust turns upward and attaches to the Magnaflow muffers via stainless steel band clamps.

After the mufflers, the pipes are routed downward and under the rearend. The tailpipes follow the contour of the fuel tank and exit under the rear of the body.

We fabricated custom stainless steel hangers and TIG welded all of the joints, for a superior show-quality appearance. The exhaust is very symmetrical and accentuates the finely-detailed undercarriage of this beautiful car!






Rich's '35 Packard Coupe

Brothers Rich and Bob recently brought their Packards to Hanksville Hot Rods for custom mandrel-bent exhausts. These are beautifully restored cars with modern drivetrains, often referred to as "restomods". The Packards have X-style frames, which make exhaust fabrication tricky. The exhausts are routed underneath the x-frames, which would normally reduce ground clearance. Since these cars are not lowered, this was an acceptable method of routing the exhaust and actually serves to highlight the stainless steel pipes and the quality craftsmanship that Hanksville Hot Rods gave these two cars!

Rich’s car has a late-model Hemi engine and a 9-inch rearend. We routed the X-pipe around the transmission, master cylinder and battery box, tucking it up close to (but not touching) the x-frame rails. After the X-pipe, the exhaust turns upward and attaches to the Magnaflow muffers via stainless steel band clamps.

After the mufflers, the pipes are routed downward and under the rearend. The tailpipes follow the contour of the fuel tank and exit under the rear of the body.

We fabricated custom stainless steel hangers and TIG welded all of the joints, for a superior show-quality appearance. The exhaust is very symmetrical and accentuates the finely-detailed undercarriage of this beautiful car!




Rich's '35 Packard Coupe

Brothers Rich and Bob recently brought their Packards to Hanksville Hot Rods for custom mandrel-bent exhausts. These are beautifully restored cars with modern drivetrains, often referred to as "restomods". The Packards have X-style frames, which make exhaust fabrication tricky. The exhausts are routed underneath the x-frames, which would normally reduce ground clearance. Since these cars are not lowered, this was an acceptable method of routing the exhaust and actually serves to highlight the stainless steel pipes and the quality craftsmanship that Hanksville Hot Rods gave these two cars!

Rich’s car has a late-model Hemi engine and a 9-inch rearend. We routed the X-pipe around the transmission, master cylinder and battery box, tucking it up close to (but not touching) the x-frame rails. After the X-pipe, the exhaust turns upward and attaches to the Magnaflow muffers via stainless steel band clamps.

After the mufflers, the pipes are routed downward and under the rearend. The tailpipes follow the contour of the fuel tank and exit under the rear of the body.

We fabricated custom stainless steel hangers and TIG welded all of the joints, for a superior show-quality appearance. The exhaust is very symmetrical and accentuates the finely-detailed undercarriage of this beautiful car!




Rich's '35 Packard Coupe

Brothers Rich and Bob recently brought their Packards to Hanksville Hot Rods for custom mandrel-bent exhausts. These are beautifully restored cars with modern drivetrains, often referred to as "restomods". The Packards have X-style frames, which make exhaust fabrication tricky. The exhausts are routed underneath the x-frames, which would normally reduce ground clearance. Since these cars are not lowered, this was an acceptable method of routing the exhaust and actually serves to highlight the stainless steel pipes and the quality craftsmanship that Hanksville Hot Rods gave these two cars!

Rich’s car has a late-model Hemi engine and a 9-inch rearend. We routed the X-pipe around the transmission, master cylinder and battery box, tucking it up close to (but not touching) the x-frame rails. After the X-pipe, the exhaust turns upward and attaches to the Magnaflow muffers via stainless steel band clamps.

After the mufflers, the pipes are routed downward and under the rearend. The tailpipes follow the contour of the fuel tank and exit under the rear of the body.

We fabricated custom stainless steel hangers and TIG welded all of the joints, for a superior show-quality appearance. The exhaust is very symmetrical and accentuates the finely-detailed undercarriage of this beautiful car!






Rich's '35 Packard Coupe

Brothers Rich and Bob recently brought their Packards to Hanksville Hot Rods for custom mandrel-bent exhausts. These are beautifully restored cars with modern drivetrains, often referred to as "restomods". The Packards have X-style frames, which make exhaust fabrication tricky. The exhausts are routed underneath the x-frames, which would normally reduce ground clearance. Since these cars are not lowered, this was an acceptable method of routing the exhaust and actually serves to highlight the stainless steel pipes and the quality craftsmanship that Hanksville Hot Rods gave these two cars!

Rich’s car has a late-model Hemi engine and a 9-inch rearend. We routed the X-pipe around the transmission, master cylinder and battery box, tucking it up close to (but not touching) the x-frame rails. After the X-pipe, the exhaust turns upward and attaches to the Magnaflow muffers via stainless steel band clamps.

After the mufflers, the pipes are routed downward and under the rearend. The tailpipes follow the contour of the fuel tank and exit under the rear of the body.

We fabricated custom stainless steel hangers and TIG welded all of the joints, for a superior show-quality appearance. The exhaust is very symmetrical and accentuates the finely-detailed undercarriage of this beautiful car!






Rich's '35 Packard Coupe

Brothers Rich and Bob recently brought their Packards to Hanksville Hot Rods for custom mandrel-bent exhausts. These are beautifully restored cars with modern drivetrains, often referred to as "restomods". The Packards have X-style frames, which make exhaust fabrication tricky. The exhausts are routed underneath the x-frames, which would normally reduce ground clearance. Since these cars are not lowered, this was an acceptable method of routing the exhaust and actually serves to highlight the stainless steel pipes and the quality craftsmanship that Hanksville Hot Rods gave these two cars!

Rich’s car has a late-model Hemi engine and a 9-inch rearend. We routed the X-pipe around the transmission, master cylinder and battery box, tucking it up close to (but not touching) the x-frame rails. After the X-pipe, the exhaust turns upward and attaches to the Magnaflow muffers via stainless steel band clamps.

After the mufflers, the pipes are routed downward and under the rearend. The tailpipes follow the contour of the fuel tank and exit under the rear of the body.

We fabricated custom stainless steel hangers and TIG welded all of the joints, for a superior show-quality appearance. The exhaust is very symmetrical and accentuates the finely-detailed undercarriage of this beautiful car!




Rich's '35 Packard Coupe

Brothers Rich and Bob recently brought their Packards to Hanksville Hot Rods for custom mandrel-bent exhausts. These are beautifully restored cars with modern drivetrains, often referred to as "restomods". The Packards have X-style frames, which make exhaust fabrication tricky. The exhausts are routed underneath the x-frames, which would normally reduce ground clearance. Since these cars are not lowered, this was an acceptable method of routing the exhaust and actually serves to highlight the stainless steel pipes and the quality craftsmanship that Hanksville Hot Rods gave these two cars!

Rich’s car has a late-model Hemi engine and a 9-inch rearend. We routed the X-pipe around the transmission, master cylinder and battery box, tucking it up close to (but not touching) the x-frame rails. After the X-pipe, the exhaust turns upward and attaches to the Magnaflow muffers via stainless steel band clamps.

After the mufflers, the pipes are routed downward and under the rearend. The tailpipes follow the contour of the fuel tank and exit under the rear of the body.

We fabricated custom stainless steel hangers and TIG welded all of the joints, for a superior show-quality appearance. The exhaust is very symmetrical and accentuates the finely-detailed undercarriage of this beautiful car!




Bob's '37 Packard Sedan

Bob’s ’37 Sedan features Cadillac Northstar power and a Corvette rear suspension. As with Rich’s ’35 Coupe, the Packard’s x-frame design coupled with the street-rod style master cylinder and undercar battery placement required that the dual exhaust be routed under the frame.

We began by bending the X-pipe and fitting it closely underneath (but not touching) the frame x-member. We were able to make the exhaust symmetrical to the frame, locating the X-pipe directly beneath the x-frame. After the X, the pipes turn upward and enter the mufflers, which are tucked high beneath the body. The pipes then turn downward after the mufflers and then connect to the tailpipes, which wrap underneath the Corvette IRS and follow the contour of the fuel tank.

All of the tube joints were TIG welded for the best appearance. We used stainless steel band clamps in front of the mufflers, allowing the front X-pipe section to be removed separately from the muffler/tailpipe section.

The stainless steel tailpipes end with slight angle-cuts. Like Rich, Bob opted to not use polished tips to maintain the restomod appearance of the car.

It was an honor to build the exhaust systems for Rich and Bob’s Packards, in the same week. Thanks, guys!




Bob's '37 Packard Sedan

Bob’s ’37 Sedan features Cadillac Northstar power and a Corvette rear suspension. As with Rich’s ’35 Coupe, the Packard’s x-frame design coupled with the street-rod style master cylinder and undercar battery placement required that the dual exhaust be routed under the frame.

We began by bending the X-pipe and fitting it closely underneath (but not touching) the frame x-member. We were able to make the exhaust symmetrical to the frame, locating the X-pipe directly beneath the x-frame. After the X, the pipes turn upward and enter the mufflers, which are tucked high beneath the body. The pipes then turn downward after the mufflers and then connect to the tailpipes, which wrap underneath the Corvette IRS and follow the contour of the fuel tank.

All of the tube joints were TIG welded for the best appearance. We used stainless steel band clamps in front of the mufflers, allowing the front X-pipe section to be removed separately from the muffler/tailpipe section.

The stainless steel tailpipes end with slight angle-cuts. Like Rich, Bob opted to not use polished tips to maintain the restomod appearance of the car.

It was an honor to build the exhaust systems for Rich and Bob’s Packards, in the same week. Thanks, guys!


Bob's '37 Packard Sedan

Bob’s ’37 Sedan features Cadillac Northstar power and a Corvette rear suspension. As with Rich’s ’35 Coupe, the Packard’s x-frame design coupled with the street-rod style master cylinder and undercar battery placement required that the dual exhaust be routed under the frame.

We began by bending the X-pipe and fitting it closely underneath (but not touching) the frame x-member. We were able to make the exhaust symmetrical to the frame, locating the X-pipe directly beneath the x-frame. After the X, the pipes turn upward and enter the mufflers, which are tucked high beneath the body. The pipes then turn downward after the mufflers and then connect to the tailpipes, which wrap underneath the Corvette IRS and follow the contour of the fuel tank.

All of the tube joints were TIG welded for the best appearance. We used stainless steel band clamps in front of the mufflers, allowing the front X-pipe section to be removed separately from the muffler/tailpipe section.

The stainless steel tailpipes end with slight angle-cuts. Like Rich, Bob opted to not use polished tips to maintain the restomod appearance of the car.

It was an honor to build the exhaust systems for Rich and Bob’s Packards, in the same week. Thanks, guys!


Bob's '37 Packard Sedan

Bob’s ’37 Sedan features Cadillac Northstar power and a Corvette rear suspension. As with Rich’s ’35 Coupe, the Packard’s x-frame design coupled with the street-rod style master cylinder and undercar battery placement required that the dual exhaust be routed under the frame.

We began by bending the X-pipe and fitting it closely underneath (but not touching) the frame x-member. We were able to make the exhaust symmetrical to the frame, locating the X-pipe directly beneath the x-frame. After the X, the pipes turn upward and enter the mufflers, which are tucked high beneath the body. The pipes then turn downward after the mufflers and then connect to the tailpipes, which wrap underneath the Corvette IRS and follow the contour of the fuel tank.

All of the tube joints were TIG welded for the best appearance. We used stainless steel band clamps in front of the mufflers, allowing the front X-pipe section to be removed separately from the muffler/tailpipe section.

The stainless steel tailpipes end with slight angle-cuts. Like Rich, Bob opted to not use polished tips to maintain the restomod appearance of the car.

It was an honor to build the exhaust systems for Rich and Bob’s Packards, in the same week. Thanks, guys!




Bob's '37 Packard Sedan

Bob’s ’37 Sedan features Cadillac Northstar power and a Corvette rear suspension. As with Rich’s ’35 Coupe, the Packard’s x-frame design coupled with the street-rod style master cylinder and undercar battery placement required that the dual exhaust be routed under the frame.

We began by bending the X-pipe and fitting it closely underneath (but not touching) the frame x-member. We were able to make the exhaust symmetrical to the frame, locating the X-pipe directly beneath the x-frame. After the X, the pipes turn upward and enter the mufflers, which are tucked high beneath the body. The pipes then turn downward after the mufflers and then connect to the tailpipes, which wrap underneath the Corvette IRS and follow the contour of the fuel tank.

All of the tube joints were TIG welded for the best appearance. We used stainless steel band clamps in front of the mufflers, allowing the front X-pipe section to be removed separately from the muffler/tailpipe section.

The stainless steel tailpipes end with slight angle-cuts. Like Rich, Bob opted to not use polished tips to maintain the restomod appearance of the car.

It was an honor to build the exhaust systems for Rich and Bob’s Packards, in the same week. Thanks, guys!


Bob's '37 Packard Sedan

Bob’s ’37 Sedan features Cadillac Northstar power and a Corvette rear suspension. As with Rich’s ’35 Coupe, the Packard’s x-frame design coupled with the street-rod style master cylinder and undercar battery placement required that the dual exhaust be routed under the frame.

We began by bending the X-pipe and fitting it closely underneath (but not touching) the frame x-member. We were able to make the exhaust symmetrical to the frame, locating the X-pipe directly beneath the x-frame. After the X, the pipes turn upward and enter the mufflers, which are tucked high beneath the body. The pipes then turn downward after the mufflers and then connect to the tailpipes, which wrap underneath the Corvette IRS and follow the contour of the fuel tank.

All of the tube joints were TIG welded for the best appearance. We used stainless steel band clamps in front of the mufflers, allowing the front X-pipe section to be removed separately from the muffler/tailpipe section.

The stainless steel tailpipes end with slight angle-cuts. Like Rich, Bob opted to not use polished tips to maintain the restomod appearance of the car.

It was an honor to build the exhaust systems for Rich and Bob’s Packards, in the same week. Thanks, guys!


Bob's '37 Packard Sedan

Bob’s ’37 Sedan features Cadillac Northstar power and a Corvette rear suspension. As with Rich’s ’35 Coupe, the Packard’s x-frame design coupled with the street-rod style master cylinder and undercar battery placement required that the dual exhaust be routed under the frame.

We began by bending the X-pipe and fitting it closely underneath (but not touching) the frame x-member. We were able to make the exhaust symmetrical to the frame, locating the X-pipe directly beneath the x-frame. After the X, the pipes turn upward and enter the mufflers, which are tucked high beneath the body. The pipes then turn downward after the mufflers and then connect to the tailpipes, which wrap underneath the Corvette IRS and follow the contour of the fuel tank.

All of the tube joints were TIG welded for the best appearance. We used stainless steel band clamps in front of the mufflers, allowing the front X-pipe section to be removed separately from the muffler/tailpipe section.

The stainless steel tailpipes end with slight angle-cuts. Like Rich, Bob opted to not use polished tips to maintain the restomod appearance of the car.

It was an honor to build the exhaust systems for Rich and Bob’s Packards, in the same week. Thanks, guys!




Conrad's '34 Chevy

This car won Best of Show at the 2008 Rocky Mountain Rod and Custom Show. It came to us while its build was still in process. It is a very radical, drag race-inspired car that Conrad built to show and to drive. It features a high-hp blown small block, a Lenco racing transmission, airbagged suspension, awesome paint job and plenty of painted and polished undercar parts. Now, it also features a custom-mandrel-bent, TIG welded 304 stainless steel exhaust from Hanksville Hot Rods.

We always like to fabricate our dual exhausts such that the pipes are symmetrical. In fact, I (Hank) keep a ruler with me to ensure that the pipes can be measured evenly from specific points. On Conrad’s car, the master cylinder is positioned directly in the path of the driver’s side exhaust pipe. So, we needed to route the pipe over to the passenger’s side, then back over to the driver’s side after it had cleared the master cylinder and transmission. The challenge was to make the pipes look trick, and to ensure that they fit within the tight confines of the aftermarket tubular transmission crossmember. We also fitted a short H-pipe connector in this space.

This exhaust uses a pair of Magnaflow 6" race mufflers. These mufflers are 3.5" in/out and were chosen for their racey look and compact size (they measure 6" long and 6" in diameter). We TIG welded 3"-3.5" stainless transitions to connect the exhaust to the mufflers. To further enhance the race look of the exhaust, we used stainless steel V-band clamp and flange assemblies instead of regular exhaust clamps or band clamps. All of the hangers were custom-fabricated from stainless steel.

This exhaust includes many custom mandrel bends. Prior to final TIG welding, we TIG-tacked the tubes and then cycled the air suspension to ensure adequate clearance around the drivetrain, frame and body.




Conrad's '34 Chevy

This car won Best of Show at the 2008 Rocky Mountain Rod and Custom Show. It came to us while its build was still in process. It is a very radical, drag race-inspired car that Conrad built to show and to drive. It features a high-hp blown small block, a Lenco racing transmission, airbagged suspension, awesome paint job and plenty of painted and polished undercar parts. Now, it also features a custom-mandrel-bent, TIG welded 304 stainless steel exhaust from Hanksville Hot Rods.

We always like to fabricate our dual exhausts such that the pipes are symmetrical. In fact, I (Hank) keep a ruler with me to ensure that the pipes can be measured evenly from specific points. On Conrad’s car, the master cylinder is positioned directly in the path of the driver’s side exhaust pipe. So, we needed to route the pipe over to the passenger’s side, then back over to the driver’s side after it had cleared the master cylinder and transmission. The challenge was to make the pipes look trick, and to ensure that they fit within the tight confines of the aftermarket tubular transmission crossmember. We also fitted a short H-pipe connector in this space.

This exhaust uses a pair of Magnaflow 6" race mufflers. These mufflers are 3.5" in/out and were chosen for their racey look and compact size (they measure 6" long and 6" in diameter). We TIG welded 3"-3.5" stainless transitions to connect the exhaust to the mufflers. To further enhance the race look of the exhaust, we used stainless steel V-band clamp and flange assemblies instead of regular exhaust clamps or band clamps. All of the hangers were custom-fabricated from stainless steel.

This exhaust includes many custom mandrel bends. Prior to final TIG welding, we TIG-tacked the tubes and then cycled the air suspension to ensure adequate clearance around the drivetrain, frame and body.




Conrad's '34 Chevy

This car won Best of Show at the 2008 Rocky Mountain Rod and Custom Show. It came to us while its build was still in process. It is a very radical, drag race-inspired car that Conrad built to show and to drive. It features a high-hp blown small block, a Lenco racing transmission, airbagged suspension, awesome paint job and plenty of painted and polished undercar parts. Now, it also features a custom-mandrel-bent, TIG welded 304 stainless steel exhaust from Hanksville Hot Rods.

We always like to fabricate our dual exhausts such that the pipes are symmetrical. In fact, I (Hank) keep a ruler with me to ensure that the pipes can be measured evenly from specific points. On Conrad’s car, the master cylinder is positioned directly in the path of the driver’s side exhaust pipe. So, we needed to route the pipe over to the passenger’s side, then back over to the driver’s side after it had cleared the master cylinder and transmission. The challenge was to make the pipes look trick, and to ensure that they fit within the tight confines of the aftermarket tubular transmission crossmember. We also fitted a short H-pipe connector in this space.

This exhaust uses a pair of Magnaflow 6" race mufflers. These mufflers are 3.5" in/out and were chosen for their racey look and compact size (they measure 6" long and 6" in diameter). We TIG welded 3"-3.5" stainless transitions to connect the exhaust to the mufflers. To further enhance the race look of the exhaust, we used stainless steel V-band clamp and flange assemblies instead of regular exhaust clamps or band clamps. All of the hangers were custom-fabricated from stainless steel.

This exhaust includes many custom mandrel bends. Prior to final TIG welding, we TIG-tacked the tubes and then cycled the air suspension to ensure adequate clearance around the drivetrain, frame and body.




Conrad's '34 Chevy

This car won Best of Show at the 2008 Rocky Mountain Rod and Custom Show. It came to us while its build was still in process. It is a very radical, drag race-inspired car that Conrad built to show and to drive. It features a high-hp blown small block, a Lenco racing transmission, airbagged suspension, awesome paint job and plenty of painted and polished undercar parts. Now, it also features a custom-mandrel-bent, TIG welded 304 stainless steel exhaust from Hanksville Hot Rods.

We always like to fabricate our dual exhausts such that the pipes are symmetrical. In fact, I (Hank) keep a ruler with me to ensure that the pipes can be measured evenly from specific points. On Conrad’s car, the master cylinder is positioned directly in the path of the driver’s side exhaust pipe. So, we needed to route the pipe over to the passenger’s side, then back over to the driver’s side after it had cleared the master cylinder and transmission. The challenge was to make the pipes look trick, and to ensure that they fit within the tight confines of the aftermarket tubular transmission crossmember. We also fitted a short H-pipe connector in this space.

This exhaust uses a pair of Magnaflow 6" race mufflers. These mufflers are 3.5" in/out and were chosen for their racey look and compact size (they measure 6" long and 6" in diameter). We TIG welded 3"-3.5" stainless transitions to connect the exhaust to the mufflers. To further enhance the race look of the exhaust, we used stainless steel V-band clamp and flange assemblies instead of regular exhaust clamps or band clamps. All of the hangers were custom-fabricated from stainless steel.

This exhaust includes many custom mandrel bends. Prior to final TIG welding, we TIG-tacked the tubes and then cycled the air suspension to ensure adequate clearance around the drivetrain, frame and body.




Conrad's '34 Chevy

This car won Best of Show at the 2008 Rocky Mountain Rod and Custom Show. It came to us while its build was still in process. It is a very radical, drag race-inspired car that Conrad built to show and to drive. It features a high-hp blown small block, a Lenco racing transmission, airbagged suspension, awesome paint job and plenty of painted and polished undercar parts. Now, it also features a custom-mandrel-bent, TIG welded 304 stainless steel exhaust from Hanksville Hot Rods.

We always like to fabricate our dual exhausts such that the pipes are symmetrical. In fact, I (Hank) keep a ruler with me to ensure that the pipes can be measured evenly from specific points. On Conrad’s car, the master cylinder is positioned directly in the path of the driver’s side exhaust pipe. So, we needed to route the pipe over to the passenger’s side, then back over to the driver’s side after it had cleared the master cylinder and transmission. The challenge was to make the pipes look trick, and to ensure that they fit within the tight confines of the aftermarket tubular transmission crossmember. We also fitted a short H-pipe connector in this space.

This exhaust uses a pair of Magnaflow 6" race mufflers. These mufflers are 3.5" in/out and were chosen for their racey look and compact size (they measure 6" long and 6" in diameter). We TIG welded 3"-3.5" stainless transitions to connect the exhaust to the mufflers. To further enhance the race look of the exhaust, we used stainless steel V-band clamp and flange assemblies instead of regular exhaust clamps or band clamps. All of the hangers were custom-fabricated from stainless steel.

This exhaust includes many custom mandrel bends. Prior to final TIG welding, we TIG-tacked the tubes and then cycled the air suspension to ensure adequate clearance around the drivetrain, frame and body.




Conrad's '34 Chevy

This car won Best of Show at the 2008 Rocky Mountain Rod and Custom Show. It came to us while its build was still in process. It is a very radical, drag race-inspired car that Conrad built to show and to drive. It features a high-hp blown small block, a Lenco racing transmission, airbagged suspension, awesome paint job and plenty of painted and polished undercar parts. Now, it also features a custom-mandrel-bent, TIG welded 304 stainless steel exhaust from Hanksville Hot Rods.

We always like to fabricate our dual exhausts such that the pipes are symmetrical. In fact, I (Hank) keep a ruler with me to ensure that the pipes can be measured evenly from specific points. On Conrad’s car, the master cylinder is positioned directly in the path of the driver’s side exhaust pipe. So, we needed to route the pipe over to the passenger’s side, then back over to the driver’s side after it had cleared the master cylinder and transmission. The challenge was to make the pipes look trick, and to ensure that they fit within the tight confines of the aftermarket tubular transmission crossmember. We also fitted a short H-pipe connector in this space.

This exhaust uses a pair of Magnaflow 6" race mufflers. These mufflers are 3.5" in/out and were chosen for their racey look and compact size (they measure 6" long and 6" in diameter). We TIG welded 3"-3.5" stainless transitions to connect the exhaust to the mufflers. To further enhance the race look of the exhaust, we used stainless steel V-band clamp and flange assemblies instead of regular exhaust clamps or band clamps. All of the hangers were custom-fabricated from stainless steel.

This exhaust includes many custom mandrel bends. Prior to final TIG welding, we TIG-tacked the tubes and then cycled the air suspension to ensure adequate clearance around the drivetrain, frame and body.





Conrad's '34 Chevy

This car won Best of Show at the 2008 Rocky Mountain Rod and Custom Show. It came to us while its build was still in process. It is a very radical, drag race-inspired car that Conrad built to show and to drive. It features a high-hp blown small block, a Lenco racing transmission, airbagged suspension, awesome paint job and plenty of painted and polished undercar parts. Now, it also features a custom-mandrel-bent, TIG welded 304 stainless steel exhaust from Hanksville Hot Rods.

We always like to fabricate our dual exhausts such that the pipes are symmetrical. In fact, I (Hank) keep a ruler with me to ensure that the pipes can be measured evenly from specific points. On Conrad’s car, the master cylinder is positioned directly in the path of the driver’s side exhaust pipe. So, we needed to route the pipe over to the passenger’s side, then back over to the driver’s side after it had cleared the master cylinder and transmission. The challenge was to make the pipes look trick, and to ensure that they fit within the tight confines of the aftermarket tubular transmission crossmember. We also fitted a short H-pipe connector in this space.

This exhaust uses a pair of Magnaflow 6" race mufflers. These mufflers are 3.5" in/out and were chosen for their racey look and compact size (they measure 6" long and 6" in diameter). We TIG welded 3"-3.5" stainless transitions to connect the exhaust to the mufflers. To further enhance the race look of the exhaust, we used stainless steel V-band clamp and flange assemblies instead of regular exhaust clamps or band clamps. All of the hangers were custom-fabricated from stainless steel.

This exhaust includes many custom mandrel bends. Prior to final TIG welding, we TIG-tacked the tubes and then cycled the air suspension to ensure adequate clearance around the drivetrain, frame and body.




Conrad's '34 Chevy

This car won Best of Show at the 2008 Rocky Mountain Rod and Custom Show. It came to us while its build was still in process. It is a very radical, drag race-inspired car that Conrad built to show and to drive. It features a high-hp blown small block, a Lenco racing transmission, airbagged suspension, awesome paint job and plenty of painted and polished undercar parts. Now, it also features a custom-mandrel-bent, TIG welded 304 stainless steel exhaust from Hanksville Hot Rods.

We always like to fabricate our dual exhausts such that the pipes are symmetrical. In fact, I (Hank) keep a ruler with me to ensure that the pipes can be measured evenly from specific points. On Conrad’s car, the master cylinder is positioned directly in the path of the driver’s side exhaust pipe. So, we needed to route the pipe over to the passenger’s side, then back over to the driver’s side after it had cleared the master cylinder and transmission. The challenge was to make the pipes look trick, and to ensure that they fit within the tight confines of the aftermarket tubular transmission crossmember. We also fitted a short H-pipe connector in this space.

This exhaust uses a pair of Magnaflow 6" race mufflers. These mufflers are 3.5" in/out and were chosen for their racey look and compact size (they measure 6" long and 6" in diameter). We TIG welded 3"-3.5" stainless transitions to connect the exhaust to the mufflers. To further enhance the race look of the exhaust, we used stainless steel V-band clamp and flange assemblies instead of regular exhaust clamps or band clamps. All of the hangers were custom-fabricated from stainless steel.

This exhaust includes many custom mandrel bends. Prior to final TIG welding, we TIG-tacked the tubes and then cycled the air suspension to ensure adequate clearance around the drivetrain, frame and body.




Tyler's '37 Ford

Tyler is building a very nice and very low  street rod. This ’37 sits on airbags and has a nicely built chassis. Since he wanted an exhaust that would look nice and clear the underside of the car when the car was lowered, he came to us for a custom mandrel-bent exhaust.

Tyler chose 2.5" aluminized exhaust tube that would later be ceramic coated and polished. He also asked for Flowmaster Hushpower II mufflers, to give the car a nice, traditional sound. We custom-mandrel-bent the pipes to clear the crossmembers, and then routed the tailpipes over the control arms and out of the holes in the side of the body.

Since there was very little clearance for the exhaust, we installed stainless steel flex couplers near the front of the exhaust. This allowed us to solid-mount the remainder of the exhaust to keep it from rattling. The flex couplers also allowed for smaller holes in the body for the exhaust tips.


Tyler's '37 Ford

Tyler is building a very nice and very low  street rod. This ’37 sits on airbags and has a nicely built chassis. Since he wanted an exhaust that would look nice and clear the underside of the car when the car was lowered, he came to us for a custom mandrel-bent exhaust.

Tyler chose 2.5" aluminized exhaust tube that would later be ceramic coated and polished. He also asked for Flowmaster Hushpower II mufflers, to give the car a nice, traditional sound. We custom-mandrel-bent the pipes to clear the crossmembers, and then routed the tailpipes over the control arms and out of the holes in the side of the body.

Since there was very little clearance for the exhaust, we installed stainless steel flex couplers near the front of the exhaust. This allowed us to solid-mount the remainder of the exhaust to keep it from rattling. The flex couplers also allowed for smaller holes in the body for the exhaust tips.


Tyler's '37 Ford

Tyler is building a very nice and very low  street rod. This ’37 sits on airbags and has a nicely built chassis. Since he wanted an exhaust that would look nice and clear the underside of the car when the car was lowered, he came to us for a custom mandrel-bent exhaust.

Tyler chose 2.5" aluminized exhaust tube that would later be ceramic coated and polished. He also asked for Flowmaster Hushpower II mufflers, to give the car a nice, traditional sound. We custom-mandrel-bent the pipes to clear the crossmembers, and then routed the tailpipes over the control arms and out of the holes in the side of the body.

Since there was very little clearance for the exhaust, we installed stainless steel flex couplers near the front of the exhaust. This allowed us to solid-mount the remainder of the exhaust to keep it from rattling. The flex couplers also allowed for smaller holes in the body for the exhaust tips.


Tyler's '37 Ford

Tyler is building a very nice and very low  street rod. This ’37 sits on airbags and has a nicely built chassis. Since he wanted an exhaust that would look nice and clear the underside of the car when the car was lowered, he came to us for a custom mandrel-bent exhaust.

Tyler chose 2.5" aluminized exhaust tube that would later be ceramic coated and polished. He also asked for Flowmaster Hushpower II mufflers, to give the car a nice, traditional sound. We custom-mandrel-bent the pipes to clear the crossmembers, and then routed the tailpipes over the control arms and out of the holes in the side of the body.

Since there was very little clearance for the exhaust, we installed stainless steel flex couplers near the front of the exhaust. This allowed us to solid-mount the remainder of the exhaust to keep it from rattling. The flex couplers also allowed for smaller holes in the body for the exhaust tips.


Tyler's '37 Ford

Tyler is building a very nice and very low  street rod. This ’37 sits on airbags and has a nicely built chassis. Since he wanted an exhaust that would look nice and clear the underside of the car when the car was lowered, he came to us for a custom mandrel-bent exhaust.

Tyler chose 2.5" aluminized exhaust tube that would later be ceramic coated and polished. He also asked for Flowmaster Hushpower II mufflers, to give the car a nice, traditional sound. We custom-mandrel-bent the pipes to clear the crossmembers, and then routed the tailpipes over the control arms and out of the holes in the side of the body.

Since there was very little clearance for the exhaust, we installed stainless steel flex couplers near the front of the exhaust. This allowed us to solid-mount the remainder of the exhaust to keep it from rattling. The flex couplers also allowed for smaller holes in the body for the exhaust tips.


Tyler's '37 Ford

Tyler is building a very nice and very low  street rod. This ’37 sits on airbags and has a nicely built chassis. Since he wanted an exhaust that would look nice and clear the underside of the car when the car was lowered, he came to us for a custom mandrel-bent exhaust.

Tyler chose 2.5" aluminized exhaust tube that would later be ceramic coated and polished. He also asked for Flowmaster Hushpower II mufflers, to give the car a nice, traditional sound. We custom-mandrel-bent the pipes to clear the crossmembers, and then routed the tailpipes over the control arms and out of the holes in the side of the body.

Since there was very little clearance for the exhaust, we installed stainless steel flex couplers near the front of the exhaust. This allowed us to solid-mount the remainder of the exhaust to keep it from rattling. The flex couplers also allowed for smaller holes in the body for the exhaust tips.


Tyler's '37 Ford

Tyler is building a very nice and very low  street rod. This ’37 sits on airbags and has a nicely built chassis. Since he wanted an exhaust that would look nice and clear the underside of the car when the car was lowered, he came to us for a custom mandrel-bent exhaust.

Tyler chose 2.5" aluminized exhaust tube that would later be ceramic coated and polished. He also asked for Flowmaster Hushpower II mufflers, to give the car a nice, traditional sound. We custom-mandrel-bent the pipes to clear the crossmembers, and then routed the tailpipes over the control arms and out of the holes in the side of the body.

Since there was very little clearance for the exhaust, we installed stainless steel flex couplers near the front of the exhaust. This allowed us to solid-mount the remainder of the exhaust to keep it from rattling. The flex couplers also allowed for smaller holes in the body for the exhaust tips.


Tyler's '37 Ford

Tyler is building a very nice and very low  street rod. This ’37 sits on airbags and has a nicely built chassis. Since he wanted an exhaust that would look nice and clear the underside of the car when the car was lowered, he came to us for a custom mandrel-bent exhaust.

Tyler chose 2.5" aluminized exhaust tube that would later be ceramic coated and polished. He also asked for Flowmaster Hushpower II mufflers, to give the car a nice, traditional sound. We custom-mandrel-bent the pipes to clear the crossmembers, and then routed the tailpipes over the control arms and out of the holes in the side of the body.

Since there was very little clearance for the exhaust, we installed stainless steel flex couplers near the front of the exhaust. This allowed us to solid-mount the remainder of the exhaust to keep it from rattling. The flex couplers also allowed for smaller holes in the body for the exhaust tips.


Tyler's '37 Ford

Tyler is building a very nice and very low  street rod. This ’37 sits on airbags and has a nicely built chassis. Since he wanted an exhaust that would look nice and clear the underside of the car when the car was lowered, he came to us for a custom mandrel-bent exhaust.

Tyler chose 2.5" aluminized exhaust tube that would later be ceramic coated and polished. He also asked for Flowmaster Hushpower II mufflers, to give the car a nice, traditional sound. We custom-mandrel-bent the pipes to clear the crossmembers, and then routed the tailpipes over the control arms and out of the holes in the side of the body.

Since there was very little clearance for the exhaust, we installed stainless steel flex couplers near the front of the exhaust. This allowed us to solid-mount the remainder of the exhaust to keep it from rattling. The flex couplers also allowed for smaller holes in the body for the exhaust tips.


Tyler's '37 Ford

Tyler is building a very nice and very low  street rod. This ’37 sits on airbags and has a nicely built chassis. Since he wanted an exhaust that would look nice and clear the underside of the car when the car was lowered, he came to us for a custom mandrel-bent exhaust.

Tyler chose 2.5" aluminized exhaust tube that would later be ceramic coated and polished. He also asked for Flowmaster Hushpower II mufflers, to give the car a nice, traditional sound. We custom-mandrel-bent the pipes to clear the crossmembers, and then routed the tailpipes over the control arms and out of the holes in the side of the body.

Since there was very little clearance for the exhaust, we installed stainless steel flex couplers near the front of the exhaust. This allowed us to solid-mount the remainder of the exhaust to keep it from rattling. The flex couplers also allowed for smaller holes in the body for the exhaust tips.


Tyler's '37 Ford

Tyler is building a very nice and very low  street rod. This ’37 sits on airbags and has a nicely built chassis. Since he wanted an exhaust that would look nice and clear the underside of the car when the car was lowered, he came to us for a custom mandrel-bent exhaust.

Tyler chose 2.5" aluminized exhaust tube that would later be ceramic coated and polished. He also asked for Flowmaster Hushpower II mufflers, to give the car a nice, traditional sound. We custom-mandrel-bent the pipes to clear the crossmembers, and then routed the tailpipes over the control arms and out of the holes in the side of the body.

Since there was very little clearance for the exhaust, we installed stainless steel flex couplers near the front of the exhaust. This allowed us to solid-mount the remainder of the exhaust to keep it from rattling. The flex couplers also allowed for smaller holes in the body for the exhaust tips.


Tyler's '37 Ford

Tyler is building a very nice and very low  street rod. This ’37 sits on airbags and has a nicely built chassis. Since he wanted an exhaust that would look nice and clear the underside of the car when the car was lowered, he came to us for a custom mandrel-bent exhaust.

Tyler chose 2.5" aluminized exhaust tube that would later be ceramic coated and polished. He also asked for Flowmaster Hushpower II mufflers, to give the car a nice, traditional sound. We custom-mandrel-bent the pipes to clear the crossmembers, and then routed the tailpipes over the control arms and out of the holes in the side of the body.

Since there was very little clearance for the exhaust, we installed stainless steel flex couplers near the front of the exhaust. This allowed us to solid-mount the remainder of the exhaust to keep it from rattling. The flex couplers also allowed for smaller holes in the body for the exhaust tips.


Tyler's '37 Ford

Tyler is building a very nice and very low  street rod. This ’37 sits on airbags and has a nicely built chassis. Since he wanted an exhaust that would look nice and clear the underside of the car when the car was lowered, he came to us for a custom mandrel-bent exhaust.

Tyler chose 2.5" aluminized exhaust tube that would later be ceramic coated and polished. He also asked for Flowmaster Hushpower II mufflers, to give the car a nice, traditional sound. We custom-mandrel-bent the pipes to clear the crossmembers, and then routed the tailpipes over the control arms and out of the holes in the side of the body.

Since there was very little clearance for the exhaust, we installed stainless steel flex couplers near the front of the exhaust. This allowed us to solid-mount the remainder of the exhaust to keep it from rattling. The flex couplers also allowed for smaller holes in the body for the exhaust tips.


Tyler's '37 Ford

Tyler is building a very nice and very low  street rod. This ’37 sits on airbags and has a nicely built chassis. Since he wanted an exhaust that would look nice and clear the underside of the car when the car was lowered, he came to us for a custom mandrel-bent exhaust.

Tyler chose 2.5" aluminized exhaust tube that would later be ceramic coated and polished. He also asked for Flowmaster Hushpower II mufflers, to give the car a nice, traditional sound. We custom-mandrel-bent the pipes to clear the crossmembers, and then routed the tailpipes over the control arms and out of the holes in the side of the body.

Since there was very little clearance for the exhaust, we installed stainless steel flex couplers near the front of the exhaust. This allowed us to solid-mount the remainder of the exhaust to keep it from rattling. The flex couplers also allowed for smaller holes in the body for the exhaust tips.


Tyler's '37 Ford

Tyler is building a very nice and very low  street rod. This ’37 sits on airbags and has a nicely built chassis. Since he wanted an exhaust that would look nice and clear the underside of the car when the car was lowered, he came to us for a custom mandrel-bent exhaust.

Tyler chose 2.5" aluminized exhaust tube that would later be ceramic coated and polished. He also asked for Flowmaster Hushpower II mufflers, to give the car a nice, traditional sound. We custom-mandrel-bent the pipes to clear the crossmembers, and then routed the tailpipes over the control arms and out of the holes in the side of the body.

Since there was very little clearance for the exhaust, we installed stainless steel flex couplers near the front of the exhaust. This allowed us to solid-mount the remainder of the exhaust to keep it from rattling. The flex couplers also allowed for smaller holes in the body for the exhaust tips.


Jim's '57 Corvette

Jim has built a beautiful show car, with a finely-detailed chassis, a great body and paint job on the ’57 vette’s body, and a Corvette Z06 drivetrain. While the body was bring painted by Al at Paintmasters, Jim asked us to install a custom exhaust featuring 2.5" exhaust pipes, Magnaflow mufflers, and custom tailpipes.

We custom-mandrel-bent the pipes, mated them to the existing header collectors, and carefully routed them through the holes in the frame crossmembers. We ground smoothe all welds in order to enhance the appearance of the exhaust. We also fabricated custom exhaust hangers. The entire exhaust was ceramic-coated before final installation.

The top pictures were taken at the 2007 Rocky Mountain Rod and Custom show, where Jim’s Corvette was featured in the main hall. This car was later sold at the Barrett-Jackson auction in Scottsdale in January, 2008.


Jim's '57 Corvette

Jim has built a beautiful show car, with a finely-detailed chassis, a great body and paint job on the ’57 vette’s body, and a Corvette Z06 drivetrain. While the body was bring painted by Al at Paintmasters, Jim asked us to install a custom exhaust featuring 2.5" exhaust pipes, Magnaflow mufflers, and custom tailpipes.

We custom-mandrel-bent the pipes, mated them to the existing header collectors, and carefully routed them through the holes in the frame crossmembers. We ground smoothe all welds in order to enhance the appearance of the exhaust. We also fabricated custom exhaust hangers. The entire exhaust was ceramic-coated before final installation.

The top pictures were taken at the 2007 Rocky Mountain Rod and Custom show, where Jim’s Corvette was featured in the main hall. This car was later sold at the Barrett-Jackson auction in Scottsdale in January, 2008.


Jim's '57 Corvette

Jim has built a beautiful show car, with a finely-detailed chassis, a great body and paint job on the ’57 vette’s body, and a Corvette Z06 drivetrain. While the body was bring painted by Al at Paintmasters, Jim asked us to install a custom exhaust featuring 2.5" exhaust pipes, Magnaflow mufflers, and custom tailpipes.

We custom-mandrel-bent the pipes, mated them to the existing header collectors, and carefully routed them through the holes in the frame crossmembers. We ground smoothe all welds in order to enhance the appearance of the exhaust. We also fabricated custom exhaust hangers. The entire exhaust was ceramic-coated before final installation.

The top pictures were taken at the 2007 Rocky Mountain Rod and Custom show, where Jim’s Corvette was featured in the main hall. This car was later sold at the Barrett-Jackson auction in Scottsdale in January, 2008.


Jim's '57 Corvette

Jim has built a beautiful show car, with a finely-detailed chassis, a great body and paint job on the ’57 vette’s body, and a Corvette Z06 drivetrain. While the body was bring painted by Al at Paintmasters, Jim asked us to install a custom exhaust featuring 2.5" exhaust pipes, Magnaflow mufflers, and custom tailpipes.

We custom-mandrel-bent the pipes, mated them to the existing header collectors, and carefully routed them through the holes in the frame crossmembers. We ground smoothe all welds in order to enhance the appearance of the exhaust. We also fabricated custom exhaust hangers. The entire exhaust was ceramic-coated before final installation.

The top pictures were taken at the 2007 Rocky Mountain Rod and Custom show, where Jim’s Corvette was featured in the main hall. This car was later sold at the Barrett-Jackson auction in Scottsdale in January, 2008.


Jim's '57 Corvette

Jim has built a beautiful show car, with a finely-detailed chassis, a great body and paint job on the ’57 vette’s body, and a Corvette Z06 drivetrain. While the body was bring painted by Al at Paintmasters, Jim asked us to install a custom exhaust featuring 2.5" exhaust pipes, Magnaflow mufflers, and custom tailpipes.

We custom-mandrel-bent the pipes, mated them to the existing header collectors, and carefully routed them through the holes in the frame crossmembers. We ground smoothe all welds in order to enhance the appearance of the exhaust. We also fabricated custom exhaust hangers. The entire exhaust was ceramic-coated before final installation.

The top pictures were taken at the 2007 Rocky Mountain Rod and Custom show, where Jim’s Corvette was featured in the main hall. This car was later sold at the Barrett-Jackson auction in Scottsdale in January, 2008.


Jim's '57 Corvette

Jim has built a beautiful show car, with a finely-detailed chassis, a great body and paint job on the ’57 vette’s body, and a Corvette Z06 drivetrain. While the body was bring painted by Al at Paintmasters, Jim asked us to install a custom exhaust featuring 2.5" exhaust pipes, Magnaflow mufflers, and custom tailpipes.

We custom-mandrel-bent the pipes, mated them to the existing header collectors, and carefully routed them through the holes in the frame crossmembers. We ground smoothe all welds in order to enhance the appearance of the exhaust. We also fabricated custom exhaust hangers. The entire exhaust was ceramic-coated before final installation.

The top pictures were taken at the 2007 Rocky Mountain Rod and Custom show, where Jim’s Corvette was featured in the main hall. This car was later sold at the Barrett-Jackson auction in Scottsdale in January, 2008.


Jim's '57 Corvette

Jim has built a beautiful show car, with a finely-detailed chassis, a great body and paint job on the ’57 vette’s body, and a Corvette Z06 drivetrain. While the body was bring painted by Al at Paintmasters, Jim asked us to install a custom exhaust featuring 2.5" exhaust pipes, Magnaflow mufflers, and custom tailpipes.

We custom-mandrel-bent the pipes, mated them to the existing header collectors, and carefully routed them through the holes in the frame crossmembers. We ground smoothe all welds in order to enhance the appearance of the exhaust. We also fabricated custom exhaust hangers. The entire exhaust was ceramic-coated before final installation.

The top pictures were taken at the 2007 Rocky Mountain Rod and Custom show, where Jim’s Corvette was featured in the main hall. This car was later sold at the Barrett-Jackson auction in Scottsdale in January, 2008.


Jim's '57 Corvette

Jim has built a beautiful show car, with a finely-detailed chassis, a great body and paint job on the ’57 vette’s body, and a Corvette Z06 drivetrain. While the body was bring painted by Al at Paintmasters, Jim asked us to install a custom exhaust featuring 2.5" exhaust pipes, Magnaflow mufflers, and custom tailpipes.

We custom-mandrel-bent the pipes, mated them to the existing header collectors, and carefully routed them through the holes in the frame crossmembers. We ground smoothe all welds in order to enhance the appearance of the exhaust. We also fabricated custom exhaust hangers. The entire exhaust was ceramic-coated before final installation.

The top pictures were taken at the 2007 Rocky Mountain Rod and Custom show, where Jim’s Corvette was featured in the main hall. This car was later sold at the Barrett-Jackson auction in Scottsdale in January, 2008.


Jim's '57 Corvette

Jim has built a beautiful show car, with a finely-detailed chassis, a great body and paint job on the ’57 vette’s body, and a Corvette Z06 drivetrain. While the body was bring painted by Al at Paintmasters, Jim asked us to install a custom exhaust featuring 2.5" exhaust pipes, Magnaflow mufflers, and custom tailpipes.

We custom-mandrel-bent the pipes, mated them to the existing header collectors, and carefully routed them through the holes in the frame crossmembers. We ground smoothe all welds in order to enhance the appearance of the exhaust. We also fabricated custom exhaust hangers. The entire exhaust was ceramic-coated before final installation.

The top pictures were taken at the 2007 Rocky Mountain Rod and Custom show, where Jim’s Corvette was featured in the main hall. This car was later sold at the Barrett-Jackson auction in Scottsdale in January, 2008.


Rich's '40 Ford Truck

Rich is building a neat '40 Ford truck, powered by a small-block Chevy and featuring many nice details. He had previously brought PVC pipe mock-ups of his exhaust center-section that he asked us to  copy with our mandrel bender. We did so, and they fit great. He later brought the truck to us to build the front sections and the tailpipes.

Rich chose to use aluminized tube that would later be ceramic-coated. He chose 2" tube so that there would not be any clearance issues as the tube was routed through the holes in the stock chassis X-members. Rich supplied the Smithys mufflers which will sound great on this truck.

After measuring and mandrel-bending the tubes, we TIG-welded them to flanges that Rich had provided. The pipes are close to the axle and suspension components in the rear of the car, but they fit great  and will not rattle thanks to the ornate and strong exhaust hangers that Rich had designed and fabricated himself.


Rich's '40 Ford Truck

Rich is building a neat '40 Ford truck, powered by a small-block Chevy and featuring many nice details. He had previously brought PVC pipe mock-ups of his exhaust center-section that he asked us to  copy with our mandrel bender. We did so, and they fit great. He later brought the truck to us to build the front sections and the tailpipes.

Rich chose to use aluminized tube that would later be ceramic-coated. He chose 2" tube so that there would not be any clearance issues as the tube was routed through the holes in the stock chassis X-members. Rich supplied the Smithys mufflers which will sound great on this truck.

After measuring and mandrel-bending the tubes, we TIG-welded them to flanges that Rich had provided. The pipes are close to the axle and suspension components in the rear of the car, but they fit great  and will not rattle thanks to the ornate and strong exhaust hangers that Rich had designed and fabricated himself.


Rich's '40 Ford Truck

Rich is building a neat '40 Ford truck, powered by a small-block Chevy and featuring many nice details. He had previously brought PVC pipe mock-ups of his exhaust center-section that he asked us to  copy with our mandrel bender. We did so, and they fit great. He later brought the truck to us to build the front sections and the tailpipes.

Rich chose to use aluminized tube that would later be ceramic-coated. He chose 2" tube so that there would not be any clearance issues as the tube was routed through the holes in the stock chassis X-members. Rich supplied the Smithys mufflers which will sound great on this truck.

After measuring and mandrel-bending the tubes, we TIG-welded them to flanges that Rich had provided. The pipes are close to the axle and suspension components in the rear of the car, but they fit great  and will not rattle thanks to the ornate and strong exhaust hangers that Rich had designed and fabricated himself.


Rich's '40 Ford Truck

Rich is building a neat '40 Ford truck, powered by a small-block Chevy and featuring many nice details. He had previously brought PVC pipe mock-ups of his exhaust center-section that he asked us to  copy with our mandrel bender. We did so, and they fit great. He later brought the truck to us to build the front sections and the tailpipes.

Rich chose to use aluminized tube that would later be ceramic-coated. He chose 2" tube so that there would not be any clearance issues as the tube was routed through the holes in the stock chassis X-members. Rich supplied the Smithys mufflers which will sound great on this truck.

After measuring and mandrel-bending the tubes, we TIG-welded them to flanges that Rich had provided. The pipes are close to the axle and suspension components in the rear of the car, but they fit great  and will not rattle thanks to the ornate and strong exhaust hangers that Rich had designed and fabricated himself.


Rich's '40 Ford Truck

Rich is building a neat '40 Ford truck, powered by a small-block Chevy and featuring many nice details. He had previously brought PVC pipe mock-ups of his exhaust center-section that he asked us to  copy with our mandrel bender. We did so, and they fit great. He later brought the truck to us to build the front sections and the tailpipes.

Rich chose to use aluminized tube that would later be ceramic-coated. He chose 2" tube so that there would not be any clearance issues as the tube was routed through the holes in the stock chassis X-members. Rich supplied the Smithys mufflers which will sound great on this truck.

After measuring and mandrel-bending the tubes, we TIG-welded them to flanges that Rich had provided. The pipes are close to the axle and suspension components in the rear of the car, but they fit great  and will not rattle thanks to the ornate and strong exhaust hangers that Rich had designed and fabricated himself.


Rich's '40 Ford Truck

Rich is building a neat '40 Ford truck, powered by a small-block Chevy and featuring many nice details. He had previously brought PVC pipe mock-ups of his exhaust center-section that he asked us to  copy with our mandrel bender. We did so, and they fit great. He later brought the truck to us to build the front sections and the tailpipes.

Rich chose to use aluminized tube that would later be ceramic-coated. He chose 2" tube so that there would not be any clearance issues as the tube was routed through the holes in the stock chassis X-members. Rich supplied the Smithys mufflers which will sound great on this truck.

After measuring and mandrel-bending the tubes, we TIG-welded them to flanges that Rich had provided. The pipes are close to the axle and suspension components in the rear of the car, but they fit great  and will not rattle thanks to the ornate and strong exhaust hangers that Rich had designed and fabricated himself.


Rich's '40 Ford Truck

Rich is building a neat '40 Ford truck, powered by a small-block Chevy and featuring many nice details. He had previously brought PVC pipe mock-ups of his exhaust center-section that he asked us to  copy with our mandrel bender. We did so, and they fit great. He later brought the truck to us to build the front sections and the tailpipes.

Rich chose to use aluminized tube that would later be ceramic-coated. He chose 2" tube so that there would not be any clearance issues as the tube was routed through the holes in the stock chassis X-members. Rich supplied the Smithys mufflers which will sound great on this truck.

After measuring and mandrel-bending the tubes, we TIG-welded them to flanges that Rich had provided. The pipes are close to the axle and suspension components in the rear of the car, but they fit great  and will not rattle thanks to the ornate and strong exhaust hangers that Rich had designed and fabricated himself.


Rich's '40 Ford Truck

Rich is building a neat '40 Ford truck, powered by a small-block Chevy and featuring many nice details. He had previously brought PVC pipe mock-ups of his exhaust center-section that he asked us to  copy with our mandrel bender. We did so, and they fit great. He later brought the truck to us to build the front sections and the tailpipes.

Rich chose to use aluminized tube that would later be ceramic-coated. He chose 2" tube so that there would not be any clearance issues as the tube was routed through the holes in the stock chassis X-members. Rich supplied the Smithys mufflers which will sound great on this truck.

After measuring and mandrel-bending the tubes, we TIG-welded them to flanges that Rich had provided. The pipes are close to the axle and suspension components in the rear of the car, but they fit great  and will not rattle thanks to the ornate and strong exhaust hangers that Rich had designed and fabricated himself.


Rich's '40 Ford Truck

Rich is building a neat '40 Ford truck, powered by a small-block Chevy and featuring many nice details. He had previously brought PVC pipe mock-ups of his exhaust center-section that he asked us to  copy with our mandrel bender. We did so, and they fit great. He later brought the truck to us to build the front sections and the tailpipes.

Rich chose to use aluminized tube that would later be ceramic-coated. He chose 2" tube so that there would not be any clearance issues as the tube was routed through the holes in the stock chassis X-members. Rich supplied the Smithys mufflers which will sound great on this truck.

After measuring and mandrel-bending the tubes, we TIG-welded them to flanges that Rich had provided. The pipes are close to the axle and suspension components in the rear of the car, but they fit great  and will not rattle thanks to the ornate and strong exhaust hangers that Rich had designed and fabricated himself.


Arnie's '46 Ford Coupe

Arnie is building a very nice coupe, powered by a Ford Windsor motor. He asked us to build a custom exhaust for this car, which will be a very nicely detailed driver.

Arnie chose to use 2.5" aluminized tube and Magnaflow 4" round mufflers. Because of the tight space between the headers and the front portion of the X-member, we routed the header extensions under the X-member. The tubes still fit higher than the oil pan, so there will be no ground clearance issues. The tubes then attach to flex couplers which allow the remainder of the exhaust to be tightly-fitted through the framrails and close to the body while isolating the solidly-mounted exhaust from the vibrations and movement of the engine.

The tubes route through factory holes in the center crossmember and the rear X-member, then are routed over the axle and out the rear of the car. With the Magnaflow mufflers, this exhaust will have a nice traditional sound and accentuates the look of the detailed undercarriage.




Arnie's '46 Ford Coupe

Arnie is building a very nice coupe, powered by a Ford Windsor motor. He asked us to build a custom exhaust for this car, which will be a very nicely detailed driver.

Arnie chose to use 2.5" aluminized tube and Magnaflow 4" round mufflers. Because of the tight space between the headers and the front portion of the X-member, we routed the header extensions under the X-member. The tubes still fit higher than the oil pan, so there will be no ground clearance issues. The tubes then attach to flex couplers which allow the remainder of the exhaust to be tightly-fitted through the framrails and close to the body while isolating the solidly-mounted exhaust from the vibrations and movement of the engine.

The tubes route through factory holes in the center crossmember and the rear X-member, then are routed over the axle and out the rear of the car. With the Magnaflow mufflers, this exhaust will have a nice traditional sound and accentuates the look of the detailed undercarriage.


Arnie's '46 Ford Coupe

Arnie is building a very nice coupe, powered by a Ford Windsor motor. He asked us to build a custom exhaust for this car, which will be a very nicely detailed driver.

Arnie chose to use 2.5" aluminized tube and Magnaflow 4" round mufflers. Because of the tight space between the headers and the front portion of the X-member, we routed the header extensions under the X-member. The tubes still fit higher than the oil pan, so there will be no ground clearance issues. The tubes then attach to flex couplers which allow the remainder of the exhaust to be tightly-fitted through the framrails and close to the body while isolating the solidly-mounted exhaust from the vibrations and movement of the engine.

The tubes route through factory holes in the center crossmember and the rear X-member, then are routed over the axle and out the rear of the car. With the Magnaflow mufflers, this exhaust will have a nice traditional sound and accentuates the look of the detailed undercarriage.


Arnie's '46 Ford Coupe

Arnie is building a very nice coupe, powered by a Ford Windsor motor. He asked us to build a custom exhaust for this car, which will be a very nicely detailed driver.

Arnie chose to use 2.5" aluminized tube and Magnaflow 4" round mufflers. Because of the tight space between the headers and the front portion of the X-member, we routed the header extensions under the X-member. The tubes still fit higher than the oil pan, so there will be no ground clearance issues. The tubes then attach to flex couplers which allow the remainder of the exhaust to be tightly-fitted through the framrails and close to the body while isolating the solidly-mounted exhaust from the vibrations and movement of the engine.

The tubes route through factory holes in the center crossmember and the rear X-member, then are routed over the axle and out the rear of the car. With the Magnaflow mufflers, this exhaust will have a nice traditional sound and accentuates the look of the detailed undercarriage.


Arnie's '46 Ford Coupe

Arnie is building a very nice coupe, powered by a Ford Windsor motor. He asked us to build a custom exhaust for this car, which will be a very nicely detailed driver.

Arnie chose to use 2.5" aluminized tube and Magnaflow 4" round mufflers. Because of the tight space between the headers and the front portion of the X-member, we routed the header extensions under the X-member. The tubes still fit higher than the oil pan, so there will be no ground clearance issues. The tubes then attach to flex couplers which allow the remainder of the exhaust to be tightly-fitted through the framrails and close to the body while isolating the solidly-mounted exhaust from the vibrations and movement of the engine.

The tubes route through factory holes in the center crossmember and the rear X-member, then are routed over the axle and out the rear of the car. With the Magnaflow mufflers, this exhaust will have a nice traditional sound and accentuates the look of the detailed undercarriage.


Arnie's '46 Ford Coupe

Arnie is building a very nice coupe, powered by a Ford Windsor motor. He asked us to build a custom exhaust for this car, which will be a very nicely detailed driver.

Arnie chose to use 2.5" aluminized tube and Magnaflow 4" round mufflers. Because of the tight space between the headers and the front portion of the X-member, we routed the header extensions under the X-member. The tubes still fit higher than the oil pan, so there will be no ground clearance issues. The tubes then attach to flex couplers which allow the remainder of the exhaust to be tightly-fitted through the framrails and close to the body while isolating the solidly-mounted exhaust from the vibrations and movement of the engine.

The tubes route through factory holes in the center crossmember and the rear X-member, then are routed over the axle and out the rear of the car. With the Magnaflow mufflers, this exhaust will have a nice traditional sound and accentuates the look of the detailed undercarriage.


Arnie's '46 Ford Coupe

Arnie is building a very nice coupe, powered by a Ford Windsor motor. He asked us to build a custom exhaust for this car, which will be a very nicely detailed driver.

Arnie chose to use 2.5" aluminized tube and Magnaflow 4" round mufflers. Because of the tight space between the headers and the front portion of the X-member, we routed the header extensions under the X-member. The tubes still fit higher than the oil pan, so there will be no ground clearance issues. The tubes then attach to flex couplers which allow the remainder of the exhaust to be tightly-fitted through the framrails and close to the body while isolating the solidly-mounted exhaust from the vibrations and movement of the engine.

The tubes route through factory holes in the center crossmember and the rear X-member, then are routed over the axle and out the rear of the car. With the Magnaflow mufflers, this exhaust will have a nice traditional sound and accentuates the look of the detailed undercarriage.





Arnie's '46 Ford Coupe

Arnie is building a very nice coupe, powered by a Ford Windsor motor. He asked us to build a custom exhaust for this car, which will be a very nicely detailed driver.

Arnie chose to use 2.5" aluminized tube and Magnaflow 4" round mufflers. Because of the tight space between the headers and the front portion of the X-member, we routed the header extensions under the X-member. The tubes still fit higher than the oil pan, so there will be no ground clearance issues. The tubes then attach to flex couplers which allow the remainder of the exhaust to be tightly-fitted through the framrails and close to the body while isolating the solidly-mounted exhaust from the vibrations and movement of the engine.

The tubes route through factory holes in the center crossmember and the rear X-member, then are routed over the axle and out the rear of the car. With the Magnaflow mufflers, this exhaust will have a nice traditional sound and accentuates the look of the detailed undercarriage.




Arnie's '46 Ford Coupe

Arnie is building a very nice coupe, powered by a Ford Windsor motor. He asked us to build a custom exhaust for this car, which will be a very nicely detailed driver.

Arnie chose to use 2.5" aluminized tube and Magnaflow 4" round mufflers. Because of the tight space between the headers and the front portion of the X-member, we routed the header extensions under the X-member. The tubes still fit higher than the oil pan, so there will be no ground clearance issues. The tubes then attach to flex couplers which allow the remainder of the exhaust to be tightly-fitted through the framrails and close to the body while isolating the solidly-mounted exhaust from the vibrations and movement of the engine.

The tubes route through factory holes in the center crossmember and the rear X-member, then are routed over the axle and out the rear of the car. With the Magnaflow mufflers, this exhaust will have a nice traditional sound and accentuates the look of the detailed undercarriage.





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