"Where quality is no accident"
Despite being a body shop, we also specialize in chassis/complete racecar fabrication. Roll cages, mini tubs, coil overs, back-halfs, fiberglass/composite panel mounting, steering racks, etc...
AJ Marasco's '79 Camaro...Chomoly roll bar
Anthony Cruciata's "Leroy Brown" Chevy Malibu...Recieved an anti-roll installation.
Anthony Yurick brought us his Mustang hatch for an 8pt. chromoly roll bar. While it was here, we also welded his axle tubes and welded his upper torque boxes as they were never done. This is definitely the tightest fitting main hoop we've ever bent.
Louie from Carle Place Automotive brought us his '68 Dart for an 8 point roll bar, and to mount his rear shocks. As usual, we used all chromoly tubing for the cage and TIG welded every joint. This time, we bent the door bars under the arm rests for comfort driving on the street, yet still retaining NHRA legality. Due to this car's very low ride height and low trunk floor, we put the shocks through the trunk floor and made a structure off the cage in the trunk which not only holds the shocks, it also strengthens the spring shackle area. The mini tubs were done by Frank at Alleyway Performance.
"Meatball" Vinnie Hanzich decided to build a new car and had us get it started for him. We installed a 10 point chromoly cage with a window net, custom chromoly sub frame connectors, through the floor coil overs, tinned the trunk, mounted and painted the hood, and mounted his fuel cell among other things.
Anthony "Baño" Abbatiello owns this little S-10 pick up truck. Formerly known as 95 Stang from his old car he decided to sell, he recently put together this truck and had us install a 6 point bar and tubular transmission crossmember. Joe at Fontana's Auto Glass did the rear window.
Dominick's Nova came in for some much needed upgrades. To start, the roll cage previously installed in this car was unsafe at best...Welds were poor, fitment left a lot to be desired, and the overall design just had bad news surrounding it. We cut it all out and start fresh, installing an 8.50 cert chromoly cage. We also minitubbed it and moved in the rear springs, built a set of wheelie bars, added a chute, and tied up a lot of loose odds and ends to get him race ready.
Pat brought us his Regal frame to lay out the 25.3 floorplan for him. He opted to remove the body making it easier for us, and after the body goes back on the rest of the cage will be added. We set it up so the same crossmember can be used when swapping between a TH400 and Powerglide transmission.
Rob Fox's '93 Mustang Notch...Torque boxes, sub frame connectors, anti-roll bar, 10 point 8.50 cert cage, and a window net
"Shakey" Tommy Ross needed to add some extra under-bracing to his old school backhalf '67 Chevelle. Instead of making senseless gussets that would have to be removed due to a potential chassis upgrade, we laid out the main rails/bar for a 25.5 cetification. We also made him a new transmission crossmember out of lightweight chromoly tubing.
Steve Reis brought us his Mustang notch for a pair of sub frame connectors. This is our own design, and we custom bend and fabicate them right here in our shop. They made a huge difference in his car, and stiffened it up greatly.
Derrick aka Junk Yard Dog brought us his '85 Mustang Hatch for a swing out side bar on his 10point cage, which was previously installed at another shop.
Doug Kelly's 2001 Camaro came in for us to update his existing 4point roll bar to a 6point with swing outs. In addition, we also added a custom push/pull style battery disconnect switch in the back of the car.
This clean '94 Supra belongs to Carlo Gampero of New Security Collision. It came in for a 10 point chromoly cage, and he was pretty specific with how it needed to fit. We made it fit as tight as possible and formed the halo so that the removable roof can still be removed.
Steve Reis' Mustang later came back for a chromoly 10pt cage. This is a good example of our basic 10point cage in a Mustang, and we finish them in only a couple of days.
Tony Staria from Staria's Transmissions owns this '69 Camaro. He originally wanted us to add a funny car cage and x'ed doors to his current 10 point cage, but we ended up removing the entire front half of the cage and leaving nothing but the existing mainhoop, kickers and backbars for a fresh start. We also mounted 2 Kirkey seats and provided tabs for seatbelt mounting.
Mike Spera brought us his '95 Nissan 240SX so we could build him a roll cage. A little bit different then what we usually work on, but a change of scenery isn't necessarily a bad thing.
On this car, we did a max-effort frame notch, custom chute mount, mini tubs, and a cage update with a window net.