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Inside Chip Foose's Garage

Annie Kang
by Annie Kang
June 30, 2015
7 min. Reading Time

The Chip Foose Design headquarters, located in Huntington Beach, CA, is the hotbed for some of the most amazing vehicle transformations that span everything from hot rods to modern muscle cars. Chip Foose recently opened up his garage to us, so take the tour and check out everything he's been working on!

2006 Ford GT

Sitting out front of the Chip Foose Design headquarters is the 2006 Ford GT that Foose's wife presented him for his 50th birthday.

Foose modified the GT, focusing on the vehicle's rear end. The rear bumper was removed, and frame extensions were cut back and trimmed. Orange outlines were added to the stripes on the body.



The Hemisfear is a Foose-designed custom car, which took 16 years to realize from concept to production.

The Hemisfear was unveiled at the 2006 SEMA Show, and a total of five Hemisfears have been built and produced, with a base price of $298,000.


1956 Ford F-100

Foose's first car was this 1956 Ford F-100 that he purchased from his father for $2,000 at the age of 13. His earliest memories of the truck include wrecking it while learning to drive. 

"My foot slipped off the brake and hit the throttle, and I ran into a parked Rolls-Royce in front of my dad's store," Foose said. The car was originally a "candied root beer brown lacquer," which has since been repainted multiple times. 

In 2005, the car was redesigned by Foose's dad and build team as a surprise for Foose. The completed truck was unveiled at the 2005 SEMA Show. 


1913 Ford Model T

Foose displays his appreciation for vintage vehicles.



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