Shaker Automotive started when the new Chevelle entered the Rosebush Racing Family. The first year Terry and Randy ran the Chevelle as an N/Stocker the next year Super Stock was the New class and the first Chevelle became an SS/P Super Stocker.
When the first Chevelle was built in our garage the car was completely disassembled and inspected. Sandblasting, welding the frame, and painting all the suspension parts epoxy black was the first step. Secondly, the body panels were stripped and painted white to fit the chassis. After the rolling Super Stocker was finished it would be shipped to Stan Gravis in Midland Mi for the psychedelic paint job. Returning to our shop we didn’t know what to think, but after the car was outfitted with trim we fell in love with the finished look. To our amazement the first time down the drag strip the car ran on the NHRA national record, the rest is history.
We Need a Roll Cage
After the devastating crash to move forward with Rosebush Racing there had to be more safety in our team. We decided a 4130 Chrome Molly cage would give the driver better protection, so the first-ever Super Stocker was fully outfitted & received the 6 point roll cage. Thanks to Victor Sharon & Mike (Doc) Watson the cage was fit and welded into place. Now it’s off to the races.
The Last Be Cool Modifications