Street Rodder - - Renaissance Roadster - For the dig­i­tal ex­pe­ri­ence:

CNC ma­chined axle stubs. CNC ma­chined A-arms, up­rights, and half­shafts com­plete the pack­age. All of this is in­cor­po­rated with four-wheel Wil­wood disc brakes, CNC ma­chined back­ing plates with di­rec­tional open­ings, caliper cov­ers, and bump­steer arms. One-off CNC ma­chined wheels with di­rec­tional open­ings that sport cus­tom enam­eled cen­ter cap em­blems are wrapped in 205/45-17 and 245/45-20 BFGoodrich g-Force Comp tires.

On the in­cred­i­ble in­te­rior SAR de­signed and cus­tom­ma­chined gas and brake ped­als with hand-fab­ri­cated link­age and an in­tri­cately de­tailed CNC ma­chined steer­ing wheel and col­umn drop. The beau­ti­ful art deco ’30 Nash in­stru­ment clus­ter has been up­dated with one-off Clas­sic In­stru­ments. This is set in a hand-formed alu­minum con­sole and dash with one-off shift link­age and cast shift lever and hid­den con­trol switch panel.

The re­mov­able hard­top also sports CNC ma­chined rear win­dow frames, ’31 Cadil­lac dome lights, and hand-formed, chrome-plated trim. The cus­tom-built seats and door pan­els are cov­ered in leather and cloth by Dan’s Auto Up­hol­stery in Port­land.

Since win­ning the coveted Don Ri­dler Memo­rial

Award in Detroit in 2017 the Re­nais­sance Road­ster has won many ac­co­lades and awards around the coun­try, in­clud­ing the Goodguys Hot Rod of the Year. With the com­pe­ti­tion level of to­day you can see what it takes to as­sem­ble an au­to­mo­bile of this mag­ni­tude and truly ap­pre­ci­ate the crafts­man­ship that it em­bod­ies. It’s truly a Re­nais­sance Road­ster.

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