Wedge Roadster

Wedge Roadster

This is Ashely Webb’s Wedge Roadster, based on a Thom Taylor design, and paying homage to lakes modified hot rods.

ashley's wedge roadster

Body: Completely hand formed by Dan Webb and Craig Naff
Paint: Dupont: Paint by Charlie Vickery

Interior:
Pedal Assembly made from Chrome-moly
Steering column made from .125X 1.5 inch diameter chrome-moly tubing
CNC-machined billet aluminum steering wheel
Classic Instruments custom tachometer
Aluminum bomber seats by Dan Webb
Interior soft surfaces by Sid Chavers

Chassis:
Chrome-moly chassis fabrication by Dan Webb

Front suspension:
Chrome-moly axle by Dan Webb
Machined Radius Rods by Dan Webb
Detroit Eaton Springs
Machined Friction Shocks

Rear Suspension:
Quick-change rear end CNC-machined from Billet Aluminum by Webb Automotive Art
Floating Hubs by Webb
Strange Engineering axles
Machined Rear Friction Shocks
Radius Rods- Webb

Rear Brakes:
10.5-inch disc brakes
Chrome-moly rotors

Rear Brakes:
14-inch disc brakes
Chrome-moly rotors
Strange Engineering Calipers
Strange Engineering dual inline master cylinder

Front wheels and tires:
Dayton Wire Wheels
Pirelli P Zero Corsa hand-cut tires

Rear wheels and tires:
Dayton Wire Wheels
Pirelli P Zero Corsa hand-cut tires

Drivetrain:
1988 Ford 2.3 liter engine
Headers and mufflers by Webb
Oil Pan machined by Webb
Peterson dry sump system
FAST XRP electronic fuel injection
Zaksspeed twin-cam head, rotated 180 degrees

V-shaped three core radiator made from aluminum by Webb
Dual custom electronic fans custom built by Webb
Nickle plating by Jon Wright’s Custom Chrome Plating

ashley's wedge

roadster in shop

ashley's roadster

steering wheel

wedge roadster radiator

wedge roadster engine

roadster head

wedge bomber seats

webb shifter

wedge roadster interior

wedge grille shell

quickchange rear

wedge tail lamp

roadster brake

friction shocks

dayton wires

webb fabrication

hinge detail

webb's wedge

wedge suspension

steering webb wedge

wedge details 2

front

webb wedge photoshoot

Photos credit and courtesy of Eric Geisert, Street Rodder Magazine