Why Didn’t the Airbags Deploy?

Posted by Gina Smith on April 20, 2016

“‘I had a front-end collision. Why didn’t the airbags deploy?’ is a question I get asked by many customers who were involved in front-end collisions. I think the answer would be of great interest to the public.” — Gina Smith – President of Chronic Customs LLC of Mansfield, TX. What makes airbags deploy in a … Read More

THIS DAY IN AUTOMOTIVE HISTORY

Posted by Gina Smith on April 7, 2016

THIS DAY IN AUTOMOTIVE HISTORY 4/7/1947:  Henry Ford dies, Dearborn, Michigan Tweet

1000 Pound Antique Safe

Posted by Gina Smith on March 18, 2016

We are officially owners of a fork lift after restoring this 1000 pound antique safe.  Tweet

“Part 2” Alpha of the Hummer Family?

Posted by Gina Smith on March 14, 2016

Hello everyone.  In my last blog I showed you a couple of pictures of what we had done to a Hummer H1, which I will attach again. Although I have owned what I consider a knock-off Hummer H2 and Hummer H3 the H1 is the real deal also known as the Alpha, so now I would … Read More

The Alpha of the Hummer Family

Posted by Gina Smith on March 11, 2016

We gave this Hummer H1 an all over Flat Black paint job, cut out and installed the vinyl lettering for the Watauga Police Department. Tweet

Remember that little movie, “Smokey and the Bandit?”

Posted by Gina Smith on March 10, 2016

The real star was the 1977 Trans Am, more specifically, the black and gold Bandit/Special edition. All the Firebird models were updated receiving a new grille containing four square headlamps, replacing the single round ones of previous years. The 455 was gone, but remarkable new 400 option, called the W72, matched the 455’s 200 hp. … Read More