This awesome 1969 pro touring camaro belongs to Ed Borges (owner of Eddie Motorsports in Rancho Cucamonga California). Ed’s camaro was featured in Chevy High Performance magazine last month. One of the most important features of a pro touring restomod is the right set of wheels. Ed reached out to Boze looking for a nice set of pro touring wheels to give his camaro the perfect look and stance. We built a set of our Victory forged wheels in sizes 18×8 front and 18×10 rear. His wheels are wrapped in Nitto NT555 tires, sizes 245/40R-18 front and 285/35R-18 rear. The wheels are finished with a brushed satin and polished two-tone finish on the centers and high polished lips. Ed’s camaro sits on Speedtech Performance suspension accompanied by Viking adjustable coilover shocks. For stopping power Ed decided to go with a set of Wilwood 4 piston brakes. This camaro is also equiped with a nice stereo system. The head unit is a Kenwood Excelon KDX-X300 with 6×9-inch speakers. The body work was done by Paul Smoot of PSI autobody in Ontario California. If you didn’t get a chance to see the feature than be sure to check out these pictures below taken by Robert Mcgaffin photography. Enjoy!
Check out this awesome 1973 Pro Touring Camaro owned By Quinn Clancy of Ontario Canada. Quinn loves to Autocross his camaro at Good-guys rod and custom shows and wanted a forged wheel that looks amazing but was also light weight. He decided on our Boze Clutch wheels in sizes 18×9″ front and 18×10″ rear. His wheels are finished with brushed/polish centers and brushed clear coated lips. When it comes to stopping powder Quinn chose Wilwood 6 piston brakes. His Camaro also has a Speedtech Performance Suspension. If you’re out at a hot rod show or autocross event be sure to look for this awesome Pro Touring camaro.
Once again Mike Mclin and the crew at The Restomod Store knock it out of the park with another amazing build! This 1967 Pro Touring chevelle rolls on a Schwartz Performance chassis matched with Ridetech airbag suspension, Wilwood disc brakes, and Boze Intake forged wheels. The front wheels are 18×8″ and the rear wheels are 18×10″. Mike chose our brushed satin and polish two-tone finish to give the wheels some bling but also highlight the accents of each spoke. For tires Mike’s running Nitto 555’s. Inside Mike’s running Dakota Digital gauges Clayton Machine Works billet goodies, and a full Kenwood audio system. Be sure to keep a look out for this Street Machine at a show near you in the future.
Here’s a really cool set of Boze step lip Mesh wheels we recently finished building for a customer. The wheels are 17×7″ front and 17×11″ rear. We finished these wheels with a bronze powder coated center and a brushed satin lip. The wheels are going on a 1967 Pro Touring Fastback. Not only do they look awesome but they are lightweight wheels as well. The wheels are mounted on a set of Nitto Tires. Give us a call today and let Boze build a set of Pro Touring lightweight wheels for your car!
Check out this awesome Pro Touring 1957 Chevy Bel Air built by our friends at The Restomod Store in Independence, MO. We built a set of our Tach wheels with no rivets in sizes 18×8 and 20×10. They are wrapped in Nitto Invo tires, sizes 245/40-18 and 295/35-20. This Pro-Touring Bel Air also features Art Morrison suspension, wilwood brakes, and an LS3 small block.
Check out this beautiful 1960 Pro Touring Corvette built by our friends at Boothill Auto. This stunning corvette is featured in the most recent article of Super Chevy Magazine. We built a set of our Traction wheels in sizes 18×9″ front and 19×12″ rear. Blaine “owner” of Boothill Auto didn’t want a overly shiny wheel so we decided to only polish the lips, and finish the centers with our Matte Gun Metal powder coat. These Boze forged wheels are wrapped in Nitto Invo Rubber, sizes 235/40-18 and 345/30-19. some other features on this Corvette are, Baer Pro Plus 14″ brakes, 6.2L LT1 crate V-8, and a Roadster Shop Fast Track Stage III Chassis.