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An Inside Look at Rolling Canvas Customs

In 2009, Jay Webb started Rolling Canvas Customs. Specializing in custom building Hot Rots, Muscle Cars, Trucks and Low Riders, there’s no job they cannot take on. With the exception of upholstery, Rolling Canvas Customs handles all of the work in house.

Arizona Auto Scene first heard about Jay and Rolling Canvas Customs from Mike Derfus. Rolling Canvas Customs had fabricated a fully functional cowl induction hood for his 70.5 RS/SS Camaro. The workmanship that went in to Mike’s hood was great. It looked like it came out of the factory with the hood. We later met Jay at the K-Mart Kruse Night in East Mesa where we had the opportunity to talk with him and arrange check out the shop. Click Here to check out Mike’s Camaro.

 

Arizona Auto Scene went to the shop on Sunday morning to check out some of their current projects, which include a 1972 Chevrolet Blazer low rider being prepared for the 2011 SEMA show in Las Vegas, a 1955 Packard Caribbean convertible, a 1939 Lincoln Zephyr, and a 1970 Road Runner convertible. Jay had also arranged to have some of Rolling Canvas Customs’ former customers come by with their completed cars.

Dennis Booth showed up with his 1968 Chevelle SS.
Kenne Reichel put his almost finished 1968 Chevelle on a trailer and towed it to the shop.
Thomas came by with his recently completed 1967 Camaro convertible.
Bill Montgomery rolled in with his SEMA displayed 2005 low rider Chevrolet truck.
Terry Ellingston showed up with his 1972 Torino.
Stephen Burke brought his 1970 Challenger, a future project for Rolling Canvas Customs.

With over 100 years of combined experience in the industry, Rolling Canvas Customs can build or fabricate you anything you can dream of. From a complete rotisserie restoration, the fabrication and build of a SEMA quality show car, to a quality weekend driver build, your budget is the limit. Feel free to stop by the shop and check Rolling Canvas Customs out anytime.

Rolling Canvas Customs is located at 3015 E. Main Street, Suite 110, Mesa. They can be reached at 480-329-2136.

Here’s some photos of just a few of the projects Rolling Canvas Customs is currently working on.
 

Thanks for checking out Rolling Canvas Customs.

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