Progress continues on a 1972 Chevy Nova complete ground-up custom in-house build. It now has a Chassis Works front subframe suspension upgrade and four-wheel Wilwood disc brakes have been installed along with lots of other modifications. The small block V-8 engine has been completely freshened and installed. A unique 1964 Jaguar Mark II sedan is being fully body prepped and will then be custom painted. The car’s owner will finish the assembly process. Up on a lift, a 1954 Plymouth Plaza station wagon is receiving a complete drum brake restoration. Progress continues on a full bumper-to-bumper custom buildup of a 1936 GMC Hot Rod pickup. It’s now powered by a GM LS V-8 engine and lots of other modern upgrades. A freshly painted 1969 Dodge D-100 pickup, came into the shop for final assembly after it had been painted. Assembly includes the bed, the doors, the hood etc. but first, it is being completely re-wired from front to rear. A 1964 Mercury Parklane convertible will be receiving several misc. mechanical and electrical system repairs. San Tan Hot Rods & Restorations does a wide variety of restoration and mechanical repairs and upgrades, these are just a few recent examples. Call San Tan Hot Rods at 480-988-5066. Please mention Roddin’ & Racin’ when you call.