It’s been another busy week at Fesler Built, moving finished projects out and bringing new ones in!
This week saw the completion of the 1969 C-10. A/C and custom interior make for a much different ride inside this classic. Note the custom vent panel under the dash.
Next up, this 1970 Chevelle came back from paint and is being outfitted with Fesler Billet hood and trunk hinges. The original hood hinges are pictured here but look how well the Fesler trunk hinges flow with the design of the vehicle!
A 2012 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon came in this week for a lift and larger brakes. We posted about it already on social media, so the first image is just a recap, but the final look is absolutely wonderful!
This Jeep is one of several to come in recently for upgrades from MetalCloak and we are loving the parts and the fitment!
Also new this week, we have an F-450 that came in for air bags, (for towing) a leveling kit and new front grille. Here it is pictured with the leveling kit and grille from T-rex.
Finally, here are a few more shots from around the shop. The CNC machines are turning out new Fesler Billet parts all the time.
And the 1967 Mustang (code named: “Country Breakfast”) is nearly ready for its new frame.
So, that’s all for this week! Stay tuned for more on our blog series about building a Pro Touring car!
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