In the shop right now is a very unique custom build. It’s a 1972 Chevy El Camino that will be powered by two Net Gain electric motors with over 690-foot pounds of torque. All of the electrical components, special batteries and special training came from Legacy – EV in Tempe Arizona. Vintage Iron is now EV Certified for building custom electric vehicles. The El Camino is a complete ground-up build with lots of custom fabrication, including the installation of a 1992 Ford Thunderbird independent rear suspension. We’ll have more progress reports as this car moves forward. A 1970 Ford Cyclone Spoiler with a 429 V-8 is receiving misc. mechanical and maintenance work. The rear bumper was also re-chromed. A 1968 red Corvette needed new intake manifold gaskets, new brakes on all four corners and basic maintenance to get it ready for cruising. A full custom build 1972 Chevy K5 Blazer, has now been fitted with a modern GM LT5 supercharged V-8 with 720 factory horsepower, hooked to an 8 speed automatic transmission and all-wheel drive. The engine swap features a Dirty Dingo engine cradle and motor mounts. A 1933 Ford Deluxe 3 window coupe will soon have turn signals and the flathead V-8 engine needed some carburetor adjusting. Call Vintage Iron & Restoration at 480-922-2480. Please mention Roddin’ & Racin’ when you call.