The Thrill of the Chase
Chasing down a car can be exciting, but upon finally finding that car, you still may have to search for missing parts. This roadblock can turn a once exciting hunt into a frustrating chore.
At SEMA 2013, the cast of The Car Chasers—Jeff Allen, Meggan Bailey, and Eric Ables—stopped by the OER/Classic Industries SEMA booth. During their visit, we took the opportunity to talk to them about some of their latest builds. They were particularly proud of their recent 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air, which aired during their 2013 Season on CNBC.
Classic Industries and Car Chasers Make it Happen
Each one of the stars of The Car Chasers agreed that Classic Industries, the leading distributor of OER products, made it effortless to find everything they needed for their build with the Classic Industries 1955-57 Chevrolet "Tri-Five" catalog.
"The thing I like about Classic Industries," said Jeff Allen, "It's a one stop shop. I don't know if they created it just for me, but every make and model that they supply parts for are the ones I want to build."
The successful reality television show takes the viewer behind the scenes of negotiating transactions and restoring specialty cars. Mixing in a little good-hearted humor and twinkle in the eye, the viewer also learns the investment risks and rewards of trying to make a living in the automotive restoration business.
The Flat 12 Gallery located in Lubbock, TX is where you'll find Jeff, Meggan, and Eric hard at work restoring and offering some of the best classic cars in the industry. Classic Industries would like to thank The Car Chasers team for stopping by the 2013 SEMA booth, signing autographs, and posing for pictures with fans.