Old - Skool Louver Roots :
Sir Michaels Louver Company
Over recent years, Sir Michaels has done well in the market of producing quality steel roll pans. Originally, Mike Burley started his business in SoCal punching louvers. This photo goes to prove that Sir Michaels used to be followed by the words louver Company. When Mike closed down his smaller shop to go into the roll pan biz, he made sure to keep this old sign. it now resides over the louvering area of the current shop as a testament of the company's roots.
Part Three: Finish It! 1a. Sir Michaels finished its part of the hood by coating the bar
1b. Then, the bracing was placed back in and welded solid.
2. Once the truck was at Kustom Werx Autobody, the hood was worked straight, coated in sea
3a. One thing to note about having this style of hood is that any graphics laid down have
3b. ...and then James Sexton jumped in to spray the purple paint.
4. Then, Maxwell pinstriped the hood by hand for a little extra style. later, the crew of
The Final Word
Now that the work is completed, the hood of this S-10 stands out as one of the defining points on the truck. Although the painted-on graphics help in making this hood special, the louvers alone made it look more aggressive than the flat factory version. it is very simple to get a hood like this because Sir Michaels now offers a few different options for you. You can now either drop off or ship your hood directly to the shop for all of your louver needs. if that doesn't work, Sir Michaels can also find and louver a replacement hood for your specific project. it doesn't end there: You can also get them on tailgate skins, roll pans, and any other sheetmetal that can fit on the press. The possibilities are endless, and your imagination is the only limit.