The Great “American” SEMA Project

The Great “American” SEMA Project

ARH Starts Its Next SEMA Build

Currently in process and scheduled for completion in time for SEMA 2020 is our latest project, our 1964 Rambler American 440. Aptly and heartwarmingly named “The Great American”, our plan is to build this coolest of rides to showcase our continued commitment to developing new products for classic muscle cars, including AMC’s! 

The Restoration Process Begins

We’ll be working with some outstanding people from very reputable performance and restoration based companies to build The American into a SEMA Show must see!

Already on board is:

Control Freaks (Suspension)

Wilwood (Braking System)

Tremec (Transmission)

McLeod (Clutch Assembly)

Driveshaft Shop

Mickey Thomson (Tires)


Browell Bellhousing

Jones Racing Products

Eddie G’s Muscle Car Garage  (Body and Paint)
Tom Goldman (Rear Suspension & Chassis Work)
Doug Tripplet  & Marty Zimmerman (Engine Builder & Cylinder Heads)
Competition Services (Custom Fabrication)
Miller Place Auto Upholstery
American Performance

Without question, we will showcase all businesses involved as the list expands.


We’ll be documenting the entire build on our website and ARH social media platforms as the project progresses. We look forward to raising a few eyebrows with The Great American. It’s about time AMC was represented at SEMA in a way that true hot rodders can appreciate.

Please feel free to contact us to share your thoughts on our Rambler American build. Most especially, lets us know if there’s anything we can help you with for your classic muscle car.

Photo Gallery HERE

If you have any questions or would like to know more about our classics. Please contact us HERE.

Thank you!