Big Move For Scott’s Hotrods

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Scott’s Hotrods ’N Cus­toms has moved to Knoxville, Ten­nessee. Justin Pad­field es­tab­lished the shop in 1996 in a 1,200 square-foot fa­cil­ity in Ven­tura, Cal­i­for­nia. By 2005, the grow­ing shop re­lo­cated to a 9,700 square-foot build­ing in nearby Ox­nard. In Ten­nessee, Scott’s Hotrods now oc­cu­pies a 20,000-square-foot build­ing on 3.6 acres.

The op­por­tu­nity for a much big­ger fa­cil­ity was one of many fac­tors be­hind the 2,000-mile move to Knoxville. “It places the shop in the heart of the car shows al­ready at­tended by Scott’s Hotrods and lo­gis­ti­cally al­lows the team to at­tend even more shows through­out the sea­son, while cut­ting down on travel time and ex­penses,” Scott’s Hotrods ex­plained. “Ad­di­tion­ally, ship­ping chas­sis and sus­pen­sion kits will be less ex­pen­sive and quicker for the cus­tomer.”

In ad­di­tion to build­ing award-win­ning ve­hi­cles, Scott’s Hotrods ’N Cus­toms man­u­fac­tures chas­sis, in­de­pen­dent front sus­pen­sion, and rear sus­pen­sion pack­ages for ve­hi­cles from 1925-1987.

For more in­for­ma­tion on

Scott’s Hotrods ’N Cus­toms visit scottshotrods.com.

• Scott’s Hotrods ’N Cus­toms won the Amer­ica’s Most Beau­ti­ful Road­ster Award in 2010 with this ’33 Ford. They had pre­vi­ously won in 2008.

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