Scott’s Hotrods ’n Customs is relocating its entire operation to beautiful eastern Tennessee. The new, much larger, 20,000sq. ft. building sits on 3.6-acres just two miles from downtown Knoxville. The new facility is planned to be fully operational by the end of April.
This big move is something the team at Scott’s Hotrods researched heavily over the past 10 years. Many factors lead to the final decision of Knoxville. First, the extra square footage and big yard will allow the well-known company to expand and become of even greater value to its new and existing customers. Second, it places the shop in the heart of the car shows and events already attended by Scott’s Hotrods and logistically allows the team to attend even more shows throughout the season, while cutting down on travel time and expenses. Third, Knoxville places Scott’s Hotrods in the heart of its growing customer base. Fourth, shipping chassis and suspension kits will be less expensive and quicker for the customer. Ultimately, the move will allow the Scott’s Hotrods employees to have a greater quality of life in one of the most beautiful parts of this great country.
Scott’s Hotrods ‘n Customs is a premier manufacturer of complete chassis, independent front suspension and rear suspension kits for any year/make/model vehicle from 1925-1987. The company specializes in building complete chassis that are specific to each application and built to order to suit each customer’s wants and needs. Along with winning the America’s Most Beautiful Roadster Award twice with completely scratch-built roadsters, Scott’s hand crafts complete custom vehicle builds that have and will receive other coveted awards. The company also sponsors the prestigious Goodguys Truck of the Year Late award.
Scott’s Hotrods ‘n Customs opened its doors more than 20 years ago in Ventura, California and moved to Oxnard, California in 2005. Most company employees are making the move to Knoxville and are looking forward to growing as a company. For more information visit www.scottshotrods.com.