Rutter's Rod Shop News
FEATURED EMPLOYEE: Introducing Kyle!
Are you curious about who works under the hood of the hot rods we build? Kyle is the man who handles everything from wiring to making sure the vehicle is running at peak performance! He gained much...
Update to Our Careers Page
We have updated our careers page! We are currently hiring new positions, so we have implemented an alternate method to the usual third party recruitment method of submitting your resume and cover...
Are you trying to figure out which part from us is best suited for your needs? If so, Cristy is the one to call! You can contact her via email at sales@ruttersrodshop,com, by filling out our form...
NOTICE: SLOWER SHIPPING SPEEDS
Due to current supply chain shortages from the manufacturers, it will probably take longer to receive your parts' orders than usual. We've posted the turn-around times for many of our manufacturers...
Ed Fausel Visits the Shop
Ed Fausel, Event Manager for Charlotte Motor Speedway based in Concord NC, visited our shop yesterday. We gave him the grand tour! We spoke to Ed about all of our current projects as well a...
FEATURED EMPLOYEE: Creed Joins the Team
The shop has gone through some changes in the last few months, and we have been doing some hiring. Creed is our newest addition to the Rutter's team! We want to give Creed a massive thank you for...
Change In Operation Hours
ANNOUNCEMENT! Starting next week, Monday, 4/18/22, we will have new business hours. We will be open Monday through Thursday, from 7 am to 6 pm (lunch from 12-1). We will no longer be open on...
Change In Our Photo Policy
During a recent process of improvement, we completed a routine system re-evaluation which has shown us some new ways we can improve our services. One improvement we’ve made is to upgrade the...
Rutter's Rod Shop is looking for an entry level technician to join the team that has been building award winning street rods and muscle cars for over 24 years. You must be self driven and ready...
1963 Falcon Rolls into the Shop!
This 1963 Ford Falcon (pictured below) recently rolled into our shop. We are excited to install this sick Coyote Gen. 3 motor (pictured below) and a 10 speed automatic transmission into this beauty...