SOURCE: Brute Industries, Inc.
NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - Jan 31, 2014) - It was a record setting event for Barrett-Jackson in Scottsdale, Arizona. The Super Bowl of collector car auctions -- it was a highlight for Brute Industries' signature Race Ramps products to provide some of the best displays on site as it raised heights for iconic American muscle cars at the Pep Boys Speed Shop exhibit.
Prominent products for collector cars, race cars, luxury and exotic cars, Race Ramps are the go-to solution for low-profile cars that need lower and steadier approaches for incline scenarios. Lightweight for effortless handling and maneuvering -- Race Ramps are made of EPS foam, therefore being a high strength and durable solution.
In addition to existing Race Ramps products, the company continues to accommodate special requests for custom products working within a timeline of two weeks from concept to creation. Gil Nevarez, Director of Shelby American Motorsports said, "We often resort to making our own very heavy ramps for our lifts and dynos and Race Ramps are great because it gives us the incline we need while remaining very lightweight." Custom ramps are also requested for varying applications that include driveways, trailers, steps, displays, floor transitions, alternatives to jack stands and wheelchair accessibility.
Race Ramps is a 90-plus product line that has been created from customer feedback, requests and keen observations of the automotive and motorsports industry. While many Race Ramps products serve dual purposes -- to give height when working on a car and to display the car at events and showrooms -- new products like Race Rocks are a new solution for off-road vehicle displays. Since its inception, Race Rocks have been in high demand by car dealerships that feature off-road vehicles and by truck and Jeep owners -- all of who desire a more rugged, yet sustained and steady foundation for displays.
Another popular Race Ramps product is trailer ramps which retire the old-fashioned board system that often creates an unstable environment for the car. "At my second SEMA Show, I sat on the curb and watched them unload high-end custom cars with lumber. Car after car -- they all slid off the boards. Some ended up damaged and the owners were in tears," said Heinz.
Race Ramps continues to introduce award winning products. To date, Race Ramps have been the winner of 15 Global Media Awards at the SEMA Show and Best New Product Display at the North American Trailer Dealers Association.
About Race Ramps:
Race Ramps are manufactured by Brute Industries, Inc., a Michigan-based company that manufactures in the USA with American-manufactured raw products. Race Ramps are sold through raceramps.com along with top retailers including Summit Racing, Jegs, Sears and Amazon.com.