Vulcan Customs was founded November 6th of 2015. I grew up fascinated with hot rods, super cars, muscle cars, rat rods, antique tractors and really anything that sounded cool!
By the time I was 18 I had owned 13 vehicles (33 by age 23). I went to Hot Rod Institute to learn how to weld, fabricate chassis, and basic metal fabrication. Upon attending I was already fairly well versed with engines and mechanical components. After HRI I attended Lazze Metal Dreams where I learned how to use an English Wheel, Bead-Roller, Shrinker, and Stretcher.
Since then I have done various projects for my clients such as custom panels for hot rods, chassis modifications, paint work, blacksmith work, custom motorcycle handlebars, custom motorcycle sissy bars, and more. I own and operate the shop myself and it moves with me wherever I go!
The current plans are to start fabrication of my own brand of low-production super cars featuring rear engine placement, carbon fiber parts, and Lemans-inspired chassis.
My focus is about precision, quality, and projects that are non-main stream. I am not a technician; I am an artist. You can bet future creations at Vulcan Customs will do nothing less than surprise you!
Thank you for reading!