Gleaming paint, a thumping engine and a killer stance. Don't let the interior be the part everyone looks over. Make it the focal point!
One of the most challenging interior parts to build right, the door panel is a critical union between form and function.
Proper sound deadening and solid mounting points ensures a serviceable and reliable part. Design elements from modern vehicles, including upgraded audio and ambient lighting, stops people in their tracks!
A control center in the modern car, the custom console can bring many of today's amenities to your hot rod.
Phone chargers, cup holders, ambient lighting and multimedia controls can all be incorporated into a design.
Often overlooked as an important interior element, the package tray can offer so much more than just a place to put a few speakers.
Incorporating design cues from the rest of the interior, a custom tray is a solid addition to any build.
Certain older cars and trucks are very limited for door speaker locations, and the kick panels are usually well-worn and ready for replacement.
A new kick panel can provide an excellent speaker location and refresh an area which endures years of (literal) foot traffic.
Sometimes a creative accent, other times a functional seat delete, an accent panel can bring style to an otherwise ignored part of the vehicle.
While the right foot is king when it comes to making noise, a well-designed audio system is a joy to experience and isn't just kid's stuff anymore.
Greatly enhance your listening time with new speakers. Even a heavily modified speaker location like this one can be made to look as if it rolled off the assembly line like this. The improved sound quality is night and day over the factory "premium" sound system.
We can fabricate subwoofer enclosures which perfectly fit the contours of your vehicle. Whether cleanly integrated or even completely invisible, the powerful boost to your music is easily noticed. These aren't the speaker boxes you had back in school.
We understand how to blend our custom work into a vehicle without being gaudy. It's high praise when we're told "this is how it should have come when they built the car".
Now and then, it's still fun to build an audio system which shakes the ground and rules the car show lot. We haven't forgotten how to do it.