About Savage Customs Speed Shop

Ryan Davis caught the car bug from his Dad, which makes this build even more special. Here’s some background on it directly from the builder, himself, Ryan Davis:

So a little bit of why I chose to do the Nash Metropolitan. My dad was always into custom and classic cars. He always had cool old stuff when I was growing up and I obviously caught the bug. He always talked about getting a Nash metro. Well My dad had a major heart attack in 1985 when I was 1 year old then he needed a heart transplant in 2003 a couple weeks after I turned 18 and graduated high school. He made it 16 years on his transplant. He was really looking forward to this Buildoff. Helping me, going to SEMA and just being a part of it. He passed away last June at 65 a couple weeks after my 34th birthday. That was before I got the official invite for the Buildoff and got to go to SEMA for the first time. In all the taking we decided on the metro between the 3 choices I wanted to use. My dad was born April 20 1954. The Nash I’m using is a 1954.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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