Are you in search of that car that reminds you of those younger years and represents what American steel and horsepower is all about? Do you want to cruise around in a hot rod that makes your hair stand on end when you hit the throttle and turns more heads than a bikini car wash? You have come to the right place my friend, Woody's Hot Rodz, The Tri-Five Experts! Woody's takes the hassle out of building & owning a piece of that classic Americana. We've made it easy with ALL NEW classic Tri-Five Chevys!
Woody's Hot Rodz 1955 & 1957 Chevy Bodies are Chevrolet Performance Officially Licensed. All new bodies are available as a Sedan, Hardtop or Convertible. Complete bodies are carefully hand assembled in the USA by our team of experienced Tri-Five experts. Woody's Reproduction bodies are fully assembled and welded, with more high-strength welds than the originals. Careful attention is paid to every detail of the fit and finish. Features corrosion resistant high strength steel with a white epoxy coating throughout, and is ready for final bodywork and paint. Note: Final fit and finish prior to final body work is the sole responsibility of the customer.
Bodies have a minimum 90 day lead time and will be shipped in order based on the date sold. A $500 credit card deposit may be made at the time the order is taken to secure your order. A 50% deposit of the total amount of the order is due within 7 days of placing your order. Payment can be made via money order, cashier's check or wire transfer. Personal checks are accepted, however your order will not be placed until the check has cleared. All deposits are NON-REFUNDABLE once order has been placed. Shipping costs vary, for shipping costs click here.
If you are ordering a complete body with the Front End Sheet Metal Package PLEASE NOTE: Front end sheet metal ships directly from the manufacturer once the body has been picked up. It arrives via truck freight.
Questions about titling your Woody's Hot Rodz body?
"The most common question that Woody’s Hot Rodz receives about our bodies is undoubtedly “well, how do you title it?” Just as with anything, there’s a right way to do it, and a way that a lot of people do it. And when it comes to the right way to do it, it’s a question that must be answered with another question, being “how is your frame titled?” In the eyes of the US Government, in the case of a full-framed vehicle such as a Tri-Five is, your frame/chassis is the car. The body itself is simply a car PART. Therefore, the title and VIN technically follow whatever your frame setup is. That said, re-bodying a car regardless of frame must be done in proper fashion to meet your local and state laws, but as far as the actual title/VIN goes, it will follow your chassis. Revert to your local law enforcement or DOT for any further questions."