Calling Card for the Art of Air Supply
A ’77 Chevy K5 calling card for the art of Air Supply
Building a vehicle for yourself and building a flagship for your company are entirely different animals—yet somehow they’re very similar. You want the vehicle to be a billboard of your vision and products, but at the same time speak to a much broader audience, reaching beyond your personal taste and style. Mike Alexander and
Tim Dunaway teamed up to bring FLO Airride Mfg. to life as a brand committed to continually launching new-and-improved bespoke-style air-ride components for the automotive air suspension industry. They truly value quality over quantity and are on a mission to deliver “The Art of Air Supply” with their billetaluminum air tanks, compressors, and air-ride accessories. The year 2017 marked FLO Airride’s first year as an exhibitor at the mighty SEMA Show in Las Vegas. This rite of passage demands makers put forth their very best effort in the builds they present, so, of course, the FLO duo went above and beyond (or rather below) with their ’77 K5 Blazer SEMA build. A combination of modern innovation, insanely subtle body mods, and true classic styling makes the FLO Blazer top-notch in every sense (especially for a build that went from basket case to SEMA floor in 90 days flat). Of course, there are quite a few painstaking modifications that make FLO Squared genuinely one of a kind.