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What is Your Project For?

Is it better to plan out a build up front, or simply let it take it’s course? It depends! Jeff Allison takes us through a 12 year build of the evolution of a ’72 2WD Suburban into an LS powered 4WD ’68 CrewCab Pickup!

One Man’s Journey: From Ho-Hum Day Job to Professional Hot Rod Builder

Rob asked me a simple question for my first article for The Muscle Car Place…”Who is Chris Holstrom?” I assume the Chris Holstrom you want to hear about it is the guy who is seemingly unknown in the hot rod community but is making a living at his passion.

But You Can’t Find Parts For Those Cars….

Recently I received a call from a very nice fellow from the East coast who builds muscle cars for a living.  He has a high-end shop that has a long list of cars that he’s built for his customers.  One of the nicest looking, factory–correct, numbers matching Chevelle’s I’ve ever seen is among the list […]

How did YOU get HERE?

So, how did YOU end up in the auto industry? This is usually one of the top five questions I hear at shows. It often follows “Do you work here?” or (and I haven’t been able to make too much sense of this one) “Are you guys brother and sister?” As far as the do-you-work-here question goes, if you’re asking someone standing in a 10×10 booth at a show of any kind, chances are, yes. Yes, that person works *there*. It’s a reasonable question, certainly. Scan the industry as a whole, and you’ll see mostly men. How does a younger woman with a background in just about anything but cars end up in the world of hot rods? Well, start by marrying a hot rod designer. Not mine, he’s taken.

#96 – Chevelle Build Update from Allison Customs

This week’s podcast show guest is none other than Jeff Allison, the owner of Allison Customs, and the man building my personal ’64 Chevelle. As I first told you in Episode 72 of the podcast show, Jeff reached out to me initially to offer his services – for free – to help me build my dream car. Without going into all of the sorted details , after meeting together in person we decided to make a go of it! Today my Chevelle is in a bazillion pieces in Jeff’s shop in New Mexico, and in the interview Jeff has discussed all of the issues discovered and work done so far.