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May 18, 2016 by Hot Rods by Boyd

Bringing Back The Original Billet Wheels | Retro Series

My father, Boyd Coddington, produced some of the first billet wheels for the hot rods he was building back in the early 80’s. The demand for those billet wheels grew and the custom made to order billet wheel industry was born. Throughout the 80’s and 90’s many iconic designs came out of Hot Rods by Boyd and were featured on high profile Boyd Built cars like Chezoom and Aluma coupe. Today Hot Rods by Boyd is bringing back the cool styles of that era and offering a wider range of fitments and sizes than previously offered. All HRBB Retro Series wheels feature the soft lip and are available in diameters 17″ to 24″ for most 5 and 6 lug applications. Hot Rods by Boyd is also willing to bring back any one of your favorite billet designs from the past. So if you don’t see it in our line up give us a call to discuss making those for you.

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December 23, 2013 by Hot Rods by Boyd

Sport Truck Survivor

We were stoked to pick this little Sport Truck era survivor up this weekend. Less than 8500 miles on it before we drove it home. The thing looks and drives brand new. 15″ Boyd billet tri-fans, 350 motor, full leather seats, corvette rear suspension, tonneau cover, billet accessories inside, hidden hitch. While she looks cool this way it’s going to see some upgrades in the near future. Going to bring her down a bit and put some new shoes on her. 1-DSC_1151DSC_1152Interior shot of the GMC  1-DSC_1157
August 8, 2013 by Hot Rods by Boyd

Interview with Street Trucks Magazine on the C/K 25th Anniversary

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June 29, 2013 by Hot Rods by Boyd

Street Trucks Magazine C/K 25th Anniversary Part 1 – The Pioneers

We were fortunate enough to be interviewed by Street Trucks Magazine to give the Boyd perspective on the 88-98 Chevy and the Sport Truck movement that came out of that body style. While my dad is best known for hot rods it was his contribution to the sport truck scene that put Hot Rods by Boyd and his billet wheels and billet accessories into high gear in the aftermarket. The late eighties and early 90’s were a great time for me watching this unfold. It was right around the time I started driving and watching truck after truck get painted, lowered, and a set of wheels put on it at the shop was great. From before I could remember my dad always had a lowered truck with some one off billet wheels that he made in the garage on it. So when 1988 came around and the new Chevy body style came out it was game on. My dad couldn’t get his hands on one fast enough. The rest is history. Check it out as Dwayne Mayer, Pete Santini, Steve Stanford, and myself talk about those times. Thanks to Street Trucks Magazine, Jason Mulligan, and Marcel Venable for putting this together. Excited to see part 2.