The new Hot Rods by Boyd Gotcha Series Switchback. A true directional wheel shown here in 22″ with our ceramic charcoal finish on the center and a brushed outer. The Switchback comes in diameters 17-24″ in a range of widths. Like the rest of the HRBB Gotcha Series the Switchback is 100% made in the USA and made to order. For more information about the Switchback and other HRBB wheels feel free to contact us at 866-612-2693.
Shown here is a painted and polished version of a Hot Rods by Boyd produced Signature Series Amarillo wheel. Shown in 20″ with a combination high luster polished with painted features. Like most HRBB Signature Series wheels the Amarillo is completely 3D machined out of a 6061 rotary forging. It is then polished up to a high luster, masked off, then painted with Coddington Coating Charcoal ceramic paint. The wheel is then assembled using a 6061 spun aluminum outer to the exact width and backspace required to dial in the correct fitment for you. This is just one version of how an Amarillo can be finished. To get more info on our finishes and our process give Hot Rods by Boyd a call at 866-612-2693.
Starting in the 80’s Boyd Coddington made the word “Billet” a household word for automotive enthusiasts. 30 years later his son Chris is bringing back some of the old school billet designs that his father made famous. As trends cycle and time passes certain trends tend to come back but with a little twist. If you were a teenager or an adult in the late 80’s and early 90’s you’ll remember the Sport Truck movement. Lowered Chevy/GMC with some billet wheels. The trend is coming back but now in larger diameters and different finishes. In 1995 Hot Rods by Boyd was making big wheels that maxed out at 17″ in diameter. Now in 2015 HRBB is bringing back some of these old school billet designs in diameters all the way up to 24″ to accommodate a wider range of fitments than ever before. This wheel here below is the HRBB Retro Series Gotcha II wheel in 20″. HRBB will build you any old school design or come up with brand new design for you. For more information call 714-855-4808
Boyd Coddington is known for a lot of important custom car and aftermarket automotive innovations. The words Billet and Boyd go hand in hand. Boyd created the custom aluminum wheel market in the late 70’s and early 80’s and from his contribution we now have hundreds of companies producing made to order custom wheels for every make and model of vehicle out there. Boyd’s son Chris has been carrying on his dad’s legacy through HRBB / Hot Rods by Boyd. Chris’ latest creation is an homage to the original billet movement of the 80’s. This Pro Sport design is part of the HRBB Retro Billet Series. Upsized to a 20″ soft lip rim it features the same hex cap that made these wheels recognizable from a mile away. The Pro Sport was one of the first truly directional wheels to be offered to the custom car world. Chris and the crew are interested in bringing back more retro designs so give them a call. 866-612-2693
Back in 1991 Boyd Coddington built the heavily modified 1957 Chevy designed by Thom Taylor for Joe Hrudka of Mr. Gasket. The car featured a unique set of 3 spoke wheels called the Ninja. 23 years later Boyd’s son, Chris, was commissioned to reproduce the set for a custom build but in a large 24″ diameter. Shown here is a 24×15″ soft lip version of the Ninja sitting next to an original 15″ Tri-Fan. These big 24″ Ninjas will be going on a retro styled 1995 Suburban. Can’t wait to see the final project. For more information about custom build wheels and producing your own one off set call Chris and his team at Hot Rods by Boyd/HRBB at 714-855-4808.