Aeromotive Group, Roadster Shop Merge

Aeromotive Group, Roadster Shop Merge

The Aeromotive Group and Roadster Shop have merged and will operate under the name Roadster Shop.

The Aeromotive Group and Roadster Shop have merged and will operate under the name Roadster Shop, combining the resources of both companies to support growth their growth. Laurent Potdevin, CEO of The Aeromotive Group, said that through this partnership, Roadster Shop will be able to use The Aeromotive Group’s resources and funding opportunities.

Roadster Shop is known for its craftsmanship and design in manufacturing and car building, Aeromotive Group said. Starting out in the 1980s, they specialized in building chassis for pre-war Fords. Jeremy, Phil, and their father Neal Gerber purchased Roadster Shop in 2004. Since then, the business has expanded its operations, engineering custom chassis and suspensions and producing high-quality vehicles, Aeromotive said.

Jeremy Gerber said that merging with Aeromotive Group provides an opportunity for further growth. Roadster Shop has been known for its performance in the world of hot rods, muscle cars and trucks.

Located near Chicago, Roadster Shop operates from two facilities, which include chassis production, metal fabrication, vehicle construction and a paint and body department. Phil Gerber said increased resources from the merger will result in more custom vehicles and potential new automotive-related products and services for the Roadster Shop.

Aeromotive Group is known in the automotive industry and has several brands under its umbrella, such as:

  • Aeromotive Fuel Systems
  • Waterman Racing Components
  • JBA Performance Exhaust
  • Doug’s Headers
  • Patriot Exhaust
  • Taylor Cable
  • PerTronix Ignition Products
  • Compu-Fire
  • Spyke

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