If you’re an automotive enthusiasts, there’s no doubt you’ve seen any number of automotive restoration programs while flipping through the channels. When we heard of a chance to speak with Dan Woods, host of Chop Cut Rebuild, we jumped at the opportunity. Luckily for us, we were able to grab Woods just as OpenAir Bel Air was revealed.
After 9 seasons as the host, Chop Cut Rebuild is building up a cult-like status of fans. Of course, with so many season under the belt, it’s no wonder Woods has plenty to talk about, especially when it comes to Classic Industries, which supplies the shows builds with top-notch, direct-fit products right from their wide variety of vehicle and application specific catalogs.
Make sure to check out our interview with Dan Woods above to find out more about this recently revealed, late-model powered Tri-Five Chevy and find out what makes it so unique. While we were there, we also pulled Woods aside to give us the tour of Reggie Jackson’s outstanding ’69 Yenko Camaro.
While this Camaro isn’t your typical restoration by any means, according to Woods, “it shows you where you could go with your restoration.” The Jackson-built ’69 Camaro was outfitted with aftermarket, Classic Industries products throughout.
It’s level of quality is second to none and it goes to show that even when you’re building a Concourse-style vehicle, sometimes going aftermarket is your best bet when it comes to accurately restoring your project vehicle. For more information on the Classic Industries line of products, make sure to check out the Classic Industries website, right here.