n recognition of this milestone, HOT RODS & THREADS is hosting its 5th Anniversary – OPEN HOUSE event/celebration that is open to the public to attend.
Car & Truck enthusiasts will have plenty to view as the shop will be open to the public, to see the projects that are currently underway, by the Craftsman working at HOT RODS & THREADS, as well as see some of the completed projects that will be in attendance. Refreshments will be provided for those in attendance.
HOT RODS & THREADS will be handing out some “COOL CRUISER” awards to those in attendance, who bring out their specialty vehicle to the event. A 50/50 Raffle will be held to help raise money for local charities’ also.
Located in southeastern Williamson County, in College Grove TN., HOT RODS & THREADS now occupies a former Feed & Grain mill that was built in 1947. Renovation of the building started in early 2005. After the extensive renovation of the 5500sqft+/-, while maintaining the original look and feel of the original building, the building is now reminiscent of an Automotive Service Garage of the Mid 1950’s in most towns.
Inside the building is where the 5 Craftsman are creating today’s dream cars, Hot Rods, Muscle Cars, Restorations and providing repair work for those completed vehicles that may need a little “wrenching” to keep them operating in top shape, for the HOT RODS & THREADS customers.
HOT RODS & THREADS built projects have been featured in various Automotive Magazines, on SPIKE TV on cable tv, on the POWERBLOCK TV SERIES, in various automotive advertising brochures for different companies.
Recently the 1933 FORD Coupe ‘SMOKIN BONES” built by Paul Shauck at HOT RODS & THREADS was a class winner at the 2010 DETROIT AUTORAMA, 2010 Chicago WORLD OF WHEELS picking up a TOP 20 award also and as recently as September 2010 picking up the “PETE & JAKES” DROP AXLE AWARD at the 2010 Shades of the Past Show in Pigeon Forge Tn. “SMOKIN BONES” won this award out of the appx. 2700 entries in that show.
HOT RODS & THREADS LLC is co-owned by Paul Shauck & Jim Brandau, both of Thompsons Station Tn.
For more info, please feel free to contact either Paul or Jim at the above numbers