When it comes to building a race car, there are so many elements involved between the physical welding of the tubes, the wiring of the car, drivetrain installation, and let’s not forget the tin work. You can have the coolest looking chassis know to man filled with all kinds of trick stuff but if the tin work looks like it was installed by the freshman class at the local vocational school your car isn’t going to be finished the way you want or give the impression you want it to give.
Thankfully for you, Chris Alston’s Chassisworks has an incredible array of ready to use tin that is only a few clicks away. From firewalls to floor kits, transmission/driveshaft humps, and all the other stuff you can dream up, they make it to the highest standards in the industry. Take the firewall below. Note the crisp bends, the bead rolling in the center, and the lip that gives you a great place to locate the trans tunnel on. The formation of these panels is not easy and it can consume LOTS of time that you’d rather spend either in the car or tuning on the car so there’s one major consideration for you. Chassisworks also offers full wheel tubs and mini-tubs to boot.
If you are building a car at this moment and are closing in on needing to get the tin work done and installed, we’d recommend giving the crew at Chris Alston’s Chassisworks a call and rolling with their well known and highly regarded sheet metal products. They’ll have a pro level fit and the look you want!