Flo Squared

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.

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