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Online Showroom Provides Real-life Examples on How to Use Plasma for Auto Restoration Projects; Visitors Can Both Post and Rate Rides

Online Showroom Provides Real-life Examples on How to Use Plasma for Auto Restoration Projects; Visitors Can Both Post and Rate Rides

Hanover, N.H. (PRWEB) September 7, 2009

Hypertherm, the world leader in plasma arc metal cutting technology, is making a new online showroom available to people who do custom bodywork and hot rod fabrication.

The showroom is available at www.SeriousSparks.com, a new Hypertherm sponsored Web site that provides guidance on using plasma to cut metal during restoration and customization jobs. Custom muscle car enthusiasts will enjoy a number of auto restoration tools. In addition, people who like hot rod fabrication, muscle car restoration, or antique car restoration will also benefit from the auto restoration tools available on the site.

A “Rate My Ride” feature gives visitors to SeriousSparks an opportunity to post their custom cars and have other people rate them. Another benefit is that they can see the results achieved by other people doing hot rod fabrication, muscle car restoration, or antique car restoration. The person who owns the car with the highest rating will receive a Powermax30 for future custom bodywork and hot rod fabrication projects. Full details are available at www.SeriousSparks.com.

Hypertherm designs and manufactures the world’s most advanced plasma cutting systems for use in a variety of industries such as shipbuilding, manufacturing, and automotive repair. Its product line includes handheld and mechanized plasma systems and consumables, as well as CNC motion and height controls. Hypertherm systems are trusted for performance and reliability that results in increased productivity and profitability for tens of thousands of businesses. The New Hampshire based company’s reputation for plasma innovation dates back 40 years, to 1968, with Hypertherm’s invention of water injection plasma cutting. The company, consistently named one of the best places to work in America, has more than 1,000 associates along with operations and partner representation worldwide.

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Related Muscle Cars Press Releases

Connecticut Muscle Car Restoration Shop Teams Up With Local Race Car Driver To Create National Show Quality Drag Car

MIDDLEFIELD, CT (PRWEB) February 10, 2005

Muscle car restoration shop E-Muscle, LLC and race car driver Rodney Bitgood have teamed up to complete a 1969 Camaro Drag Car. This is a new project for Connecticut born race car driver Bitgood, that is replacing his former race car, a 1972 Chevy Nova. This car will be running in the 10.5” tire class, “The hottest racing class out there right now!” says Brian Chaffee, owner of E-Muscle LLC.

“We will be completing all the body work, paint, and stripes to perfection, for this high profile vehicle, all within 30 days”, says Chaffee. He believes this project will help expand E-Muscle’s local profile, and promote acknowledgment with the racing segment of the muscle car industry. Bitgood, owner of Cromwell Automotive, has been racing cars for many years and is well known in the New England drag racing circuit. The combination of forces from these two well known industry specialists is bound to spark some major interest from racing and muscle car enthusiasts alike.

The carÂ’s local debut will be on May 14th, 2005, at the E-Muscle official grand opening and muscle car expo. The high performance vehicle will be showcased at New England racing events, car shows, and cruise nights by Cromwell Automotive Racing, Scrivener Performance, and the E-Muscle teams. Visit www.EverythingMuscle.com for more information.

About E-Muscle, LLC:

E-Muscle started in January of 2001 selling muscle and classic car parts through E bay. In 2002, the business expanded into a larger facility in order to incorporate larger shipping and storage stations. As of 2004, the business was restructured to focus on the actual application of parts to the cars in restoration process, and expanded to include paint, body fabrication and repair, mechanical/engine work, and interior designs and conversions.

Contact Information

E-Muscle, LLC

860-349-4570 (office)

860-349-6393 (fax)

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