Completed Custom Builds
Willy’s Jeep Truck
The Crown Customs 1961 Willy’s Jeep Truck has been redone from the ground up. This includes a custom chassis, engineered and fabricated in-house and powered by a Cummins 2.8L 4-cylinder turbo diesel. The engine is mated to a Tremec TR4050 5-speed transmission and an Advance Adapters Atlas II transfer case. It has radius arm front suspension and Fox Race Series 2.5 inch shocks all around.
The GS400 was Buick’s 3rd iteration of the Gran Sport badge. The GS400 was only offered for two years in 1968 and 1969. This was their muscle car and this 1969 GS400 has been modernized by Crown Customs with a Roadster Shop Chassis, and LS3 crate engine from GM Performance.
The Shelby GT500 badge is one of the most iconic in American automotive history. With an origin story that includes the Shelby Cobra and GT350, it is easy to see why these cars are so popular. This 1968 Shelby GT500 has been reimagined by Crown Customs with some new modern features including Fuel Injection and, independent rear suspension.
This 1955 Chevrolet Bel-Air turns heads everywhere it goes. Built by Crown Customs as an all-white hot-rod concept, this car is not just for looks. It has been updated with modern amenities to make it more fun to drive more often.
Crown Customs took this first generation Dodge Challenger and installed a fuel injected 426 stroker and independent rear suspension. This is not your average Challenger.
Ford Country Sedan Wagon
The family of the original owner of this 1964 Ford wagon, asked Crown Customs to restore it to factory condition. We took on this task and brought it as close to 1964 as we could with a few upgrades like Air Conditioning and electronic fuel injection.
Ford Falcon Sprint
This rare 1963 Ford Falcon Sprint has been given new life and is ready for cruises, car shows and road trips. Built with attention to detail by Crown Customs