More of MRF's awesome projects!
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Seth Lane's 1966 GTO was recently completed after a year long restoration. This car was another basket case car. We found it in the high desert town of Yerington NV. The car had been disassembled 25 years prior, with many parts missing. The rest were sun baked. The body was virtually rust free. So we hauled it back to the shop. Hung the body on the rotisserie & got to work. All components were completely blasted. Then Jed, Shawn, Vic & Heath set about making body panels perfect. While Angelo tackled the frame, drive train, suspension etc. The end result is one of the nicest cars Munk Race Fab has produced to date!
Dwight Mullins 1968 Convertible Camaro has been completed. This has been a huge undertaking due to 85% of metal on the car being replaced. This includes right rear frame rail, trunk pan, rear inner wheel wells, quarter panels, tail panel, floor pans, upper fire wall/cowl, upper dash, deck lid, doors etc. Only original metal retained is the roof, A pillars, lower fire wall, trans tunnel and left frame rail! Powered by a 375 HP 396 backed by a T56 6 speed with a Quicktime bell housing. Willwood hydraulic clutch release and a Mcleod clutch. Munk race fab narrowed an A body 12 bolt rear and installed Global West weld in sub frame connectors. With dozens of custom touches this is a stand out 1st Gen. Camaro!
"Blue Thunder" Angelo Munk built the car over a four year time period with help and input from the car’s owner, Brent Smith. Many custom mods and attention to detail have produced a first generation Camaro, that looks, sounds and handles great.
Local customer Rufus Cook is getting his 1972 Chevy C10 2wd short bed completely restored. Work will include all body parts being bead blasted. Multiple panels are being replaced on cab & bed, frame and suspension has been sandblasted, rebushed & painted.
SEMA 2008! Munkracefab finished Scott Heller’s 2008 Ford F-450 on 10/28. The truck was then driven 15 hours to Las Vegas. Where it was featured in Titan Tank’s display booth The truck was special ordered from Harper Ford in Eureka. It was driven directly from the dealership to Munk Race Fab having only 33.2 miles on the odometer when it went "under the knife.
Angelo Munk and Jed Hess recently finished this custom project for Holly Graves. The work included a 517 John Arruzza Hemi conversion with custom exhaust and QTP electric cutouts.
Behold Munk Race Fab's completed, a '69 Hemi Charger. Finished for opening day of SEMA 2006. This 1969 Dodge Charger Pro Touring is Featured In Mopar Muscle Magazine and Also there is a full length article at www.carcraft.com on Angelo Munk and Munk Race Fab.
Our customer brought us a ’64 T-Bird. He had some rust problems in the trunk, under the rear seat, and under the front passenger fender and the core support AND MORE.
Munk Race Fab featuring Dan Burke’s fully optioned the body/paint chores on this ground up rotisserie restoration.
Several years ago Angelo Munk with help from Jed Hess and Ed Morrison threw together this 1976 Chevy 4x4 stepside. The truck came out very sharp winning numerous trophies and getting lots of attention. For this and other past projects visit the archives