Finished Cars and Art Projects
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1949 Caddy owned by Hayden Groendyke

Double Trouble is Steve Kormondy’s over the top all out drag/show roadster by HRG, contender for AMBR, multiple award winner, custom features and extreme detailing throughout.

Steve Kormondy’s Z056 Convertible is another all out effort by HRG, extremely successful show car but destined to be the ultimate driver, LS7 engine, Kugel Chassis, top level fit and finish by HRG

Jim Smith’s personal rides a 1940 Ford standard sedan with Hot Rod drive train, original paint and interior and 57 Ford custom with 351 Windsor and Gear Vendors overdrive.

Alejo Sanchez’s ultimate traditional deuce roadster, some of its features are an all steal body, H&H flathead, 5 speed trans, HRG signature Blue Moon over Tulsa paint, custom CAR upholstery

Bruce and Judy Rick’s old timey Model A coupe restored body, custom built miller equipped, 4-banger overdrive trans, Halibrand quickchange.

Pictured is Glynn McCauley’s 32 roadster built to be driven, Brookville body, SO-CAL chassis, small block Chevy with 3 two’s and 4 speed trans, lots of mile put on it. Also is Glynn’s 28 Model A built from original body, deuce chassis fixed and equipped flat head, don’t ask what color it will be, it is done.

Dave Trumbo’s 1933 Ford 2-door Sedan. Its simple appearance belies the creative craftsmanship that went into this build, which is styled between current and traditional styles.
Alan Beers’ 90 Chevy SS454 truck, HRG helped Alan with many different areas of this show truck including all under hood detailing, beautiful interior by C.A.R. Upholstery.

Stuart and Pam Gibbs' incredible '55 Olds Delta 88 could be classified as a mild custom, until you look closely at the craftsmanship that went into it.

This El Camino demonstrates a wide combination of Hot Rod Garage capabilities, applying many hot rod concepts to a newer vehicle

Rollin’ Stone 1932 Ford Roadster, restoration of late 50’s NHRA record holder. Sold at Jan ’08 Barrett Jackson Auction for $320,000, a record sale for a ’32 Ford Roadster.

Mark Morton’s 1954 Mercury Custom. Paint by Jason Smith & Tom McDonald, Hot Rod Garage. Top chop by Sam Rambo, body work by Tim Goodbar, assembly and mechanical work by Clint Ring.

‘38 Chev “Miss Georgia”

This is Hot Rod Garage's signature car, the one you see in our logo. Now owned by Bill Jacobs.

Paul Stephens’ Custom 1932 Ford Roadster
Joey Stearns ’40 Ford Sedan

Custom built all aluminum pedestal built by HRG for the one-off sculpture of Double Trouble built by Paul Nesse for Steve Kormondy. To see other examples of HRG custom painting, click on this image.

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