Big Move For Scott’s Hotrods
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.
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• 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.