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A PREVIEW OF SOME OF OGDEN CHROME'S BEST WORK



 
Want to show off your project? We here at Ogden Chrome are a tight-knit group of people who got into this business because we all share something in common: we love cars! We understand how much time and effort go into building and restoring your rides and love to show them off for you. This section of our website is dedicated to YOU our customers! Your cars, your work, and your stories!
Below are projects that we have been involved with and have featured on our website. We are always looking for more, so if you have a vehicle or project that you'd like to feature, we would love to hear from you!
All you need to do is email us at custom@ogdenchrome.com with the following:
  • Photos of the project
  • Your name & contact information
  • Project details

 

1939 Buick Special

In the process of a vehicle build, its common for the end result to not be quite what you were shooting for in the beginning. Harold and Ruth Wiley intended on having their 1939 Buick Special built into a daily driver–something clean and well-built with no intention to be shown. But this 1939 Buick Special won Utah's Finest Award at AutoRama and was built by Utah's own Kindig-it Design.
 
1939 buick special - chrome electroplating in Ogden, Utah
 
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1950 Buick Woody

One of the outstanding examples of craftsmanship was a 1950 Buick Woody from Scott Pruett featured at SEMA. Apparently, another Scott Pruett passion is restoring vintage American cars in addition to his stellar racing accomplishments.
 
1950 Buick Woody - chrome electroplating in Ogden, Utah
 
A few details that went into the Woody was a Mocha Pearl paint and what appears to be burlwood panels on the outside is actually hand-painted to look like burlwood. The same treatment was applied to the original metal dashboard inside the Superwagon.
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1937 G3 Packard

Perhaps one of the most show-stopping hot rods on display at SEMA was this '37 Packard built by the crew at G3 Rods. The company specializes in hot rod, custom and muscle car builds and is based out of Rapid City, South Dakota.
 
1937 G3 Packard - chrome electroplating in Ogden, Utah
 
The Packard is sitting on an Art Morrison chassis with AccuAir suspension underneath. The body has been chopped, channeled, and shaved. It features custom hood sides, running boards and a lot of other subtle changes that were made to the body.
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1950 Weaver Chevy Boost

Started life as a 1950 Chevy. Then came to Weaver Customs where the transformation to a badass 2 seat roadster happened!

Every panel has undergone major surgery. Weaver Customs of West Jordan, Utah has built some of the coolest cars anywhere, and this speedster is another fine example.
 
1950 Weaver Chevy Boost - chrome electroplating in Ogden, Utah
 
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1929 Cadillac Imperial

This 1929 Cadillac Imperial Transformable Fleetwood Limousine was constructed specifically for President Hoover built by Imperial Cadillac personally overseen by the President of Cadillac Motor Cars.

This rare and significant car was owned by President Hoover for years.
 
1929 Cadillac Imperial - chrome electroplating in Ogden, Utah
 
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1969 Chevy Camaro G/RS

This ground hugging, pavement-pounding 69' Chevy Camaro Muscle Machine is fresh from the RideTech headquarters in Jasper, Indiana. The Goodguy-yellow Camaro will be used to promote the Goodguys brand throughout the country on the open road as well as the Goodguys AutoCross course and other driving events.
 
1969 Chevy Camaro G/RS - chrome electroplating in Ogden, Utah
 
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