Heidts Adds Chassis Engineering to Their Family of Companies

Heidts Engineering is known for their innovation with chassis and suspension parts, and their newest acquisition is going to help them expand their product lines and reach new customers. They are now welcoming Chassis Engineering to their group, which also includes Alston Racing and American Performance Shock companies. This combination of brands will enable the company to serve every niche.

Chassis Engineering is a natural fit for the group as they will bring decades of development with them. They specialize in serving the street rod and hot rod markets with high-quality performance parts. Learn more about the acquisition in the official release from Heidts Automotive Group below.

Official Release:

Heidts Acquires Chassis Engineering Inc., Expanding Its Portfolio of Hot Rod And Muscle Car Parts

Heidts Hot Rod and Muscle Car Parts announced today that it has acquired Chassis Engineering Inc. The two companies will continue to operate under their established brands, but Chassis Engineering Inc. will move sales, technical and manufacturing operations to the Heidts facility in Lake Zurich IL. Chassis Engineering Inc. products will continue to be produced by many of the same employees currently with the company.

“We are very excited to announce that Chassis Engineering Inc. (CEI) is joining our family of companies which includes Heidts Hot Rod & Muscle Car Parts, Alston Racing, and American Performance Shocks. CEI is a great fit for us and brings decades of experience serving the street and hot rod markets with their quality high-performance parts,” said Heidts President and CEO Wallace Leyshon.

“CEI’s Iowa operations will be folded into our Lake Zurich, IL facility and we will retain many of their staff and continue to supply the needs of current CEI customers. The combined companies will provide the market with the most comprehensive product line of suspension kits and components available in the automotive aftermarket.”

For more information on Chassis Engineering Inc., or to see available products, visit www.heidts.com

Features:

  • Heidts Acquires Chassis Engineering
  • The Automotive Group Will Now Cover All Niches
  • Catalog to Greatly Expand
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Shawn Henry is a Texas native who has spent the majority of his career building and selling F-Bodies and Corvettes. Now studying journalism, he is taking a new direction with his love of GM Performance vehicles.

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