SpeedKore To Unveil New Custom Build on February 2nd
SpeedKore Performance Group isn’t in the business of creating understated custom builds or lovingly restored classics. No, the mad builders prefer to push the envelope with classics like the 1970 Dodge Charger and the 1970 Ford Mustang Boss. So, we were justifiably excited to see that the builder was back at it with a new car.
SpeedKore Performance Group will pull back the cover on a new custom build at GNRS
Fans of classic American muscle cars flexing carbon fiber bodies can rejoice. SpeedKore is back with another custom build. Better yet, they’ll be showcasing it on February 2nd.
What’s more, the performance car builder will unveil its latest at the Grand National Roadster Show (GNRS) in Pamona, California. It’s the perfect venue for SpeedKore to break cover on its latest creation. The GNRS bills itself as the “longest-running indoor car show in the world.” From the name and its claims, you’d expect nothing but customs, classics, hot rods, and classic treasures. You’d be right.
As such, SpeedKore is excited to unveil its latest creation. Based on the GNRS, it’s likely a classic American muscle car or hot rod custom build. We’re here for that. Especially considering some of the performance group’s wild builds.
For instance, the team created a mid-engine Dodge Charger for “Fast 9” with a supercharged Hellcat 6.2L V8 behind the driver. Equally exciting if less bonkers, SpeedKore built the custom 1967 Chevrolet Camaro that Robert Downey Jr. famously gifted to his Marvel co-star, Chris Evans.
Still, the Wisconsin-based builder doesn’t just stick to carbon-izing classic American cars. For starters, they produce parts for touring motorcycles like the Harley-Davidson Road Glide. Moreover, the builder has dabbled in European platforms. In yet another of Iron Man’s commissions, Robert Downey Jr. ordered a 1974 BMW CS 3.0 with the SpeedKore treatment.
Either way, we’re excited to see what SpeedKore unveils at GNRS.