- About Us
- Company History
Since my father owned a Ford dealership before I was a kid and built modified oval-track roadsters, I got infected at an early age! Soon I began speaking "hot rod" and looking under all the race cars just like dad! Although I started building my own street rods in the mid-Sixties, it wasn't until 1974 that I began building chassis and hot rods full time. In 1980 we opened our first Jim Meyer street rod chassis shop in the Portland, Oregon area, and in 1991 we moved to the beautiful Oregon Coast town of Lincoln City!
Like the rest of the street rod industry, we are growing fast too, and knocking out walls for the next expansion! Our eight employees, along with my wife Deb, are busy making or selling our product line of over 14 IFS kits for classic Chevies, street rods, `vettes, early and late model pickups, kit cars, and custom IFS kits for large cars and cab-overs! We are currently very busy enlarging our line of computer-generated, mandrel bent, jig-built direct replacement chassis for classic Chevys, Corvettes, pickups and street rods!