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1933 Chevy Roadster



1933 Chevy Roadster


This 1933 Chevrolet Master was originally a 3-window coupe. It was converted into a streetrod roadster in the late 1970's by its owner in Oklahoma. We purchased the car from Tim Butler in Mississippi in January 2000 and drove it home to Oregon (via Route 66 from Tulsa to Santa Monica). The old Chevys have a lot of wood in the body inner structure and I discovered that the wood, being 70 years old and weakened by the removal of the top, had to be removed due to stress cracks forming in the outer sheet metal. The plan was to replace the wood with a new metal inner structure and give her a new, stiffer chassis.

That's it. Simple, right? Just a few months of work over the 2001-2002 winter and drive it again in the spring. Well, not quite...

What you see here on this web site is the pictorial story of the 13 years it took to go from a rough, wood-laden Chevy "Coupster" to an elegant, quality roadster with flowing lines and glowing paint. The goal changed from just fixing rotten wood to restyling the lines, taking out the "sharp edges" and making her a unique ride that anyone would appreciate. So much was changed. In fact, everything changed from what we purchased in 2000 except most of outer sheet metal. But even that was not spared; every body panel  on the car was restyled. All other parts  are new including the chassis, suspension (front and rear), fuel tank, drive line, motor, transmission, interior, wheels, and many, many more things that you can see in the pictures.

So please browse around and see what it took to create this wonderfully beautiful hot rod that we call, "ADMEYER."

- Greg & Dotty Meyer

Watch an interview of Greg Meyer by Rides Done Right host Larry Lulay.

"...this thing is like an island of mechanical serenity and perfection." -- BangShift APEX: The Admeyer 1933 Chevrolet Roadster Is One Of The Classiest Hot Rods At SEMA 2015

"The Admeyer ’33 Chevy had paint so deep it looked like you could swim in..."  -- Autoweek

"With Chevy's like this why all the fuss about building the 32-34 Fords?" -- Dennis Sanders

"Here is the roadster to beat. A 1933 Chevy Master Roadster with a rumble was entered into the America's Most Beautiful Roadster competition here at the Grand National Roadster Show by Greg and Dottie Meyer of Tigard, Oregon. The enthusiastic couple brought an entourage of helpers all wearing the "ADMEYER" logo, the nickname of their car." -- Classic Car News


Before and After

Before and After





Originally a 3-window Master Coupe

All steel body. Wood removed from inner structure and floor

House of Kolor Kandy Tangerine paint

Modified or handmade the following at A&M Deluxe Customs:

  • Grille shell
  • Hood top and sides with pneumatically controlled louvers
  • Fenders, both front and rear
  • Doors
  • Running boards
  • Windshield frame and cowl
  • Rear apron
  • Custom aluminum top

H.E.R. stainless steel grille insert

Harley Davidson V-Rod headlights and buckets from Steve's Auto Restoration.

Engine & Transmission

2004 General Motors LS6 crate motor

Imagine Injection 8-stack intake system with Accel engine control unit

Comp Cams XR275HR-12 

400 hp and 400 lb-ft on engine dyno

Chromed Holley aluminium oil pan

Street & Performance pulley system

Street & Performance ceramic-coated headers

Machined and chromed Street & Performance valve covers

2004 General Motors 4L65E crate automatic transmission

TCI 2400 rpm stall converter

TCI transmission control unit

B&M transmission cooler

Twist Machine wireless paddle shifters

ADMEYER-engraved and chromed aluminium 10-quart transmission pan

Griffin aluminum radiator

Custom machined caps and handles by Kustom Knobworks:

  • Radiator cap
  • Oil filler cap
  • Gas cap
  • Oil dip stick handle
  • Transmission dip stick handle


2 x 6-inch steel tube hand-formed rails

Rails pinched-in rear 2" 

Kugel Komponents front suspension

Modified Jaguar independent rear suspension

Inland Empire aluminum driveline

Billet Specialties "Rail" wheels with custom-machined center caps (with ADMEYER logo)

20x10 Rear

17x7 Front

Toyo Proxes 4 tires

275/40ZR20 Rear

205/45ZR17 Front

Wilwood disc brakes (front and rear)

Hurst roll control (line lock)

Bilstein shocks (front and rear)

Ridetech ShockWaves (for ride-height control in rear)

Flowmaster Hushpower II mufflers

Custom stainless steel exhaust with cut-outs (by A&M Deluxe Customs)

Custom stainless steel fuel tank and lines (by A&M Deluxe Customs)


Edelman Brulee "Santa Fe" brown leather with Mercedes perforated black leather inserts

Glide Engineering front seat

Front and rear seat heaters (must keep the wife warm)

The following was custom machined stainless steel and copper by Kustom Knobworks:

  • Door handles & bezels
  • Door courtesy light bezels
  • All knobs including gear shifter, steering column knobs, hood openers, center console, glove box and fuse box, and top hold-down bolts
  • Steering wheel
  • Instrument gauges
  • Throttle and brake peddles and arm
  • Rumble seat lid latch handle bezel
  • Stereo amp accent cooling fins
  • Tablet holder and frame

Kenwood stereo

JL Audio speakers and sub-woofers

Apple iPad Air 2

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Thank you

Thank you

Thank you to all the people who helped make this dream possible!


The Professionals

Builders, Metal Fabrication & Shaping: A&M Deluxe Customs, Cornelius, Oregon

Paint: Ben's Custom Paint, Oregon City, Oregon

Interior and Top: V34 Custom Interiors, Eugene, Oregon

Machining of all knobs, gauge panel, steering wheel hub, gear shifter, caps for radiator, gas and oil filler: Kustom Knobworks, Molalla, Oregon

Machining of wheel center caps, valve covers and transmission pan: JC Custom Machining & Design, Hillsboro, Oregon 

Artwork and Design: By Todd Design, Aloha, Oregon

Engine tuning:

Engine dyno and in-car tuning: Schnell Automotive, Portland, Oregon

Chassis dyno and in-car tuning: Blood Enterprises, Auburn, Washington

Powder Coating: West Coast Powder Coating, Portland, Oregon

Glass: Auto Glass Past and Present, Vancouver, Washington


Oregon Plating, Portland, Oregon

T.F.C., Portland, Oregon

Street & Performance, Mena, Arkansas

Sherm's Plating, Sacramento, California

Metal Polishing

Virgil Hobbs

A&M Deluxe Customs

Greg Meyer

Wiring & Assembly:  Greg Meyer and A&M Deluxe Customs

Web Design & Development: Catapult Web Development


Friends and Family

Dotty Meyer: Without the support, love and tolerance from my wife, many dreams would not be possible.

Paul & Carrie Clark: Such a huge help and inspiration.

Chuck Brewton: For helping me find the diamond in the rough.

Eric Bellwood (In Memoriam): Thanks, Buddy, we really miss you.


ADMEYER proudly uses Adam's Polishes for its award-winning paint and interior.