In the New Products section of the show, Woody’s Hot Rodz had their new Tri-Five steel body on display (above). Partnered with Real Deal Steel, the company now offers all-new ’55 and ’57 hardtop convertible and sedan bodies. Top right: Heidts has long been a producer of independent rear ends for various vehicles, and now they have a direct bolt-in kit for ’67-69 and ’70-73 Camaros. The kit start at $7,995. Middle right: An exact copy of the factory Ford door latch mechanism for ’32 five-windows, this part from United Pacific Industries is available in either a driver or passenger door configuration. Bottom right: Classic Instruments displayed their new V8 Speedster Series—a six-gauge set has a vintage appearance but are engineered with state-of-the-art mechanisms.