Tommy Pike Customs knows how to customize modern muscle and blow the dust off nostalgic throwbacks while ensuring durability for the long haul
Passion and pride for their work are what fuel Tommy Pike and his crew at Tommy Pike Customs as they work for their customers to increase performance, full customize or completely restore classic cars in their Greenville, South Carolina shop. The team specializes in superchargers, full engine builds, transmission upgrades, rear end differentials, suspension upgrades, custom interiors and restorations.
The team kicked of 2016 with a customized Ram 1500 to celebrate FLW Angler Jimmy Houston and his 50 years of professional fishing. Custom modifications included a suspension upgrade, rod tubes, light bars, brush guard, custom wheels and a full vinyl wrap designed by Tommy to resemble a Largemouth bass.
One of the team's favorite projects was the restoration of a 1969 Ford F-100, called the Quaker State truck. After decades, the truck was given the chance to start a new chapter with unbelievable and unexpected custom features including a Cadillac CTS-V LSA engine. The 1969 F-100 boasts a modern fuel injection system, 800 horsepower, custom interior, full modern audio system, four-wheel disc brakes, all-new suspension and a Quaker State-themed matte green and gold paint accents.
The color scheme and logos aren't the only place you'll find Quaker State. Tommy Pike and his crew pour Quaker State Ultimate Durability motor oil to maintain the engine's performance so the F-100 can stay on the road for another 40 years.