On Saturday, Oct. 8th San Tan Hot Rods held its annual Open House Car Show. Shown here are a few photos from that event. Also shown here are several photos of vehicles in the shop on this mid-November day. Great progress continues on an amazing 1946 GMC pickup, a full custom in-house build. It’s now powered by an LS V-8 mated to a Turbo 400 3-speed automatic transmission. The custom radiator and electric fans have been mounted in the fully customized bed that includes a custom floor and tailgate. The fenders are all custom, just like the truck’s awesome interior. Recently finished from a complete bumper to bumper custom build is the red ‘64 Pontiac GTO, that’s now powered by a real Pontiac 421 V-8 with a 4 speed manual transmission. The 1957 Chevy body has been removed from its frame and the car is in the process of a complete frame-off restoration. Another full custom in-house build, is a 1934 Ford all-fiberglass coupe. The San Tan Hot Rods crew are in the process of turning it into a beautiful Hot Rod cruiser. This east valley shop also does mechanical repairs and upgrades. A ‘23 Ford T-Bucket, ‘65 Chevy Nova, ‘65 Cobra replica, and up on the lift is a 1972 Mercury Cougar. All are receiving misc. repairs and or upgrades. These are all great examples of the type of work you can have done at San Tan Hot Rods & Restorations at 18415 E. San Tan Blvd. (at Power Rd.) in Queen Creek Arizona. Call them at 480-988-5066. Please mention Roddin’ & Racin’ when you call.