Lightweight Body Parts From Anvil Auto

February 4th, 2011

Text by Travis Noack

Photos Courtesy of Ironworks Speed & Kustom; Rendering by Carter Hickman Design

Strap yourself in for another installment of Project Flat-Footed. This ’67 Camaro being built at Ironworks Speed & Kustom is destined for high speed autocross and road course action, and our mission is to take you through the build all the way from metal repair and bodywork to chassis and suspension updates, plumbing and wiring all the way to the starting line. In the August issue we walked you through chassis and suspension upgrades from Chris Alston Chassisworks, braking upgrades from Wilwood Engineering, and the installation of the wicked LS7 from GM Performance Parts.

This month we begin mocking up the core support and radiator assembly to see the car start to take shape with carbon fiber pieces from Anvil Auto, including the hood, trunk lid and forward header panel. Follow along as Project Flat-Footed gets one step closer to blistering the pavement.


Autorad Radiators


Anvil Auto Inc.

Dept. MCP

122 Arena St.
El Segundo, CA 90245


310.322.4477 (http://www NULL.anvilauto

BF Goodrich

Classic Industries (http://www NULL.classicindustries

Chris Alston Chassisworks

Dept. MCP

8661 Younger Creek Dr.

Sacramento, CA 95828

888.388.0297 (http://www NULL.cachassisworks (http://www NULL.totalcontrolproducts (http://www NULL.varishock

Eaton Performance Differentials


Lemons Headers (http://www NULL.lemonsheaders

Original Equipment Reproduction (OER)

Wilwood Engineering (http://www NULL.wilwood

Ring Bros.



Strange Engineering

Dept. MCP

8300 North Austin Avenue

Morton Grove, IL 60053

847.663.1701 (http://www NULL.strangeengineering

GM Performance Parts (http://www NULL.gmperformanceparts

Iron Works Speed & Kustom


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