Yes I know where they are located. They are located just north of Atlanta. I bought a 1937 roadster from them and built a frame and rolling chassis for it. I have since run out or funds becaus of other projects and ****....****.
you can go to www.atlantahotrods.com and in to their contact us, they leave no # number to contact them. I own a roadster from them and will say this Remember you get what you pay for Always. their body is not good quality and i speak with 30 plus years in the fiberglass industry. and will require a bit of work to make this work, they have a person in Atlanta who sells for them on e bay his name is cory an is legitmate. the car I bought was real rough and full of Air bubbles from sloppy lamination work, good luck with contacting them. if intrested in a 37 contact OZE rods or evoulotions and get a good body.
Having dealt with some of the scum of the industry over the last 10 years, I would advise against ANY company that has a website and NO contact info. They may not even make the bodies, there are enough dirtballs making bodies from worn out molds that have already run their name into the ground that they need new names to market under. The lead page on this site references how name change is only superficial. Also BEWARE of any company that wants you to make an appointment to see their business..red flag...warning Will Robinson warning. Contact info is worthless, though, if they won't answer their phones when it turns to crap, as it often does. There are enough "reputable" companies to deal with...as pointed out...you get what you pay for. One of these reputable companies, by the way, IS NOT DaVicki LTD. (enterprises,inc. or any other addition). They are some of the scum...BEWARE. Those '37 bodies could be from them, they use a lot of front people to sell their trash, they have the molds and are willing to make crappy bodies for profit.
I have a 1937 Ford roadster I bought from a person in Fla. He did a nice job puting it together and its 60-70% complete. T he drivetrain is complete and the body has been epoxy primed at this point. However, while it was being transported, the driver rear fender was severely damaged. While I can repair it, I'd rather replace it. I was told its an Atlanta Hotrod body and I'm having a difficult time contacting the company. Any ideas?