JW Rod Garage

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JW Rod Garage

Specializing in street rod suspensions, chassis, and hot rod parts.

ABOUT US

For nearly two decades, the Jim Weimer Rod Garage has been designing and manufacturing parts for the rodding industry.

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FEATURED PRODUCTS

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1959-1964 Chevy Impala Chassis

Complete coil over IFS, mandrel bent 2×4 rails, complete 9″ posi rear axle assembly, 4 link rear with Johnny Joint rod ends for more durability and strength.  No body modification is needed with this chassis!  Just bolt on the old body and go.  

Chevy Truck Frames

All new 1955-1959 Chevy truck rulling chassis.  All 10 gauge, TIG welded.  Check the catalog for a complete list of available frames.
Check out Truck Tech’s Project Basket Case using JW Rod Garage’s chassis!

 

1949 - 1951 Mercury Stub

We are now manufacturing a Mustang II front clip for 1949 – 1951 Mercury’s.
The new Mercury stub is manufactured out of 3/16″ steel, TIG welded with the radiator cross member installed. The Mercury clip is available as a stub only for $795.00 or a complete hub to hub kit for $1995.00
Coil over and air bag upgrades are also available.

1955 – 1956 – 1957 Chevrolet Chassis

The JW Rod Garage now has Tri-5 frames for your 1955 – 1956 – 1957 Chevy.

Upgrade your current chassis to a modern manufactured chassis. 

 

Truck Tech

Check out Truck Tech’s Project Basket Case using JW Rod Garage’s Chassis!

SHOP

Our ebay store has even more great items and specials!

RULES OF THE ROAD

Wisconsin Motor Vehicle Registrations

Legislation has been introduced in the Wisconsin Assembly to provide legal registration to hobby vehicles with a clear title, required safety equipment and in good working order. 

Black and White Hot Rod in front of an Orange Graphic of Wisconsin.

Under the bill, these registrations would be available to owners regardless of the vehicle’s color, former owner or previous uses. Identical legislation has already been introduced in the Senate and will be considered in the Transportation Committee. The bills ensure that all vehicles, including ones that predate Federal Motor Safety Standards (FMVSS) or are specifically exempted from them, are not denied registration or forced into a highly restrictive registration class, for non-compliance with FMVSS. This includes pre-1968 vehicles, imports, kit-cars, government surplus vehicles, etc.

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