Four Wild Hot Rods from Shine Speed Shop

With nearly 20 years of experience working at So Cal Speed Shop, Jimmy Shine is no newcomer to building insane cars. Having grown up in Southern California going to drag races and off-road races with his father, fast cars is in his DNA. At the age of 8 years old, his dad taught him how to weld and he began making his own bike frames at age 12. In the years since, Jimmy began working at famed So Cal Speed Shop in Pomona and eventually moving on to opening his own shop in Orange, CA. Focusing mainly on cars from the early 1900s-era, Shine Speed Shop has built numerous hot rods and high powered custom cars. While all of the cars coming out of the Shine Speed Shop garage has turned heads, we take a look at 4 iconic builds from Jimmy and his boys.

Ernie Nagamatsu – The Bob Suprgin / Chuck Giovanine Roadster

Billy Gibbon’s 3 Window

Ernie Ladner’s 1930 Model A

Jimmy’s 1934 Ford Pickup