Check out this great article from Chevy Hardcore about Ultra-Carbon customer Brandon Perry’s Nova. Though it isn’t finished just yet, this is going to be an incredible ride when it is. To check out the article, please CLICK HERE!
Our friends over at Front Street Media took an in-depth look into the world of manufacturing carbon fiber components. In their article, they discuss materials, methods, and other details. Greg Shampine, owner of Ultra-Carbon, is featured in this article, and it is well worth the read. Please CLICK HERE to check it out!
Ultra-Carbon is now producing carbon fiber doors for your 1994 – 1998 Ford Mustang. You can find more information on our Mustang Parts page. All doors are available with a stock looking inner and outer panel in our clear carbon finish. Doors can be ordered with a lexan flange at the top of the door for race car only use, or with a window channel opening at the top of the door for use with factory window glass and regulator. All factory handles, latches, hinges and hardware can be used on either style door with holes clearly marked, but not drilled or cut to allow for custom installation.
Ultra-Carbon is very proud to announce that they have partnered with Project PoSSUM to produce a space seat designed around our carbon fiber racing seats. The seat will be going through zero-gravity testing soon, and can be configured to both vertical launching and horizontal launching spacecraft. Project PoSSUM is a non-profit suborbital research and education program supported by NASA, Embry-Riddle, as well as countless other science and education organizations. Be sure to visit their website at projectpossum.org for more information about what they do, and how YOU can participate!!
Pictured is the ’69 style. We also have the ’67 – ’68 style, which is very similar. These are not only lightweight, real carbon fiber pieces, they are also SUBSTANTIALLY stiffer than the cheap plastic pieces that are a factory replacement part.
Weight of the ’69 is 1.2 pounds. Weight of the ’67 – ’68 is 1.3 pounds. See more photos on the ’67 – ’69 Camaro/Firebird Parts Page!