Cool Ride of the Month
This month’s Cool Ride photo was sent in by our friends at MetalWorks in Eugene, Oregon.
The bright red, beauty is a 1937 Chevy. Though not a recent build, this car proves that the
easiest way to transform the look of an older custom ride is with a new set of Budnik’s. We can help
you go instantly from outdated to updated!
The Chevy’s owner chose a set from our new SKO Series. SKO stands for Splined Knock Off, and this
new line of Budnik Wheels features covered lugs, a matching cover plate, a splined center nut, and a
three-bar spinner. This particular example is the Famosa SKO.
That’s just one of five designs we offer. Check ’em out.
Underneath this rejuvenated classic’s exterior is a ZZ350 crate engine that spins through a T400
tranny. Up front she turns on a set of Mustang II spindles. Out back is a Ford 9″ rear with a four bar
coilover suspension. Stopping is done on disc brakes all around. Keeping the custom, tan leather
clad interior cool is a Vintage Air AC system.
18″ fronts and 20″ rears
Thanks for the photos, Chadly!