February 22, 2017 by Hot Rods by Boyd
Our Centennial Steering wheel shown here with charcoal and polished finish. Our ceramic charcoal coating along with all our other colors can be applied to any of our steering wheels to customize each and every design. For more info call us.
November 20, 2013 by Hot Rods by Boyd
The latest build coming out from Duane Mayer and American Hot Rods is this 1955 Chevy sporting some new Gotcha Series Centennials. 17×8 up front with a standard profile and 18×10 with the concave profile. These Centennials have the combination Charcoal and Polished finish. Some more things to get done before the build is finished but at least she has a new pair of shoes.
November 4, 2013 by Hot Rods by Boyd
October 23, 2013 by Hot Rods by Boyd
May 23, 2013 by Hot Rods by Boyd
Time for another project vehicle. This little Chevy shortbed is going to be built as a little 25th anniversary of the trucks that really put Sportrucks on the map. When this body style first came out my father was all over them. Grabbing one of the first trucks off the lot the first thing he did was lower it and put a set of billet wheels on it. Most of the early development of lowering kits and aftermarket accessories for the Sport Truck scene started at Hot Rods by Boyd. This truck will pay tribute to that with a nice clean two tone paint job, static drop, but with a little update on the wheel selection. This little Chevy will be decked out in some new Gotcha Series Centennials running standard profiles in the front and concave profiles in the rear. 20×8.5 and 20×10. Keep checking back for more updates.
February 18, 2013 by Hot Rods by Boyd
This painted and polished concave rear option Centennial is brand new for Hot Rods by Boyd. We will now be offering select designs in a rear concave option to give you yet one more way to change the look of your ride. This Centennial is shown in our combination polished and painted finish using our Coddington Coating Silver. This 20×10 Centennial has a 3.75″ backspace. So if your going to stagger it up on your ride why not take it a step further and run the deeper concave option in the rear. You have to admit it’s a lot cooler than getting a unicorn tattoo.