exomod (ĕksō-mŏd) – 21st-Century Automobiles, Cloaked in Classic Bodies
Our production team has more than 50 years of experience in the muscle car industry, building some of the world’s finest and highest-scoring concourse restorations and custom Restomods. We saw a need for something new and different in approaching custom car building.
After completing a no-expense-spared ProTouring build, using the very best of aftermarket parts… at the end of the day… we found that it was still 50+-year-old technology that proved finicky, unreliable, and less than enjoyable to drive. We believed the elusive car was within our reach, that quintessential combination of reliability and high-performance coupled with the iconic look of one of America’s most beloved rides.
eXoMod teamed up with the best carbon designers and producers in the USA to build a bespoke, custom carbon fiber body enveloping the fastest production-car powertrain available. The C68/69 Carbon Edition Charger… it’s sure to impress, break necks and exhilarate.
Rick is a real passionate car builder and collector. He has been responsible for countless, over-the-top attention-to-detail, O.E. Concourse Gold restorations, plus high-end Restomod builds.
His restorations have won accolades and prestigious awards at many national events, such as GoodGuys Car Show, Pleasanton, CA. In addition, they won the first Meguiar’s Magnificent Masterpiece awarded for an O.E. Restored car with a butterscotch-colored 1969.5 Dodge Super Bee A12. Is it any wonder that judges, and Mopar aficionados at MCACN, Chrysler Nationals, and Mopar NATS, have applauded the high level of his restorations?
Rick’s most recent restoration includes the highest-optioned Tor-Red (EV2) colored 1971 Plymouth ‘cuda Convertible with a 440+6 engine, Super-Track-Pack 4spd transmission with a Dana 60 Sure-Grip rear end, plus the coveted Billboard stripes and ultra-rare leather interior. This is just 1 of 5 examples with this powertrain, but only 1 of 1 as equipped! An ultra-rare fish, indeed!
Scott has been obsessed with cars since he received his first Hot Wheels at age three. He became a metal genius in high school and has honed his skillset over the last 35 years. A true perfectionist, he has been working in the autobody industry for almost three decades, and he is known for exemplary fit and finish and highly detailed custom work. Scott is the chief designer and runs the production team at eXoMod.
His most recent work is an over-the-top Concourse restored, 1970 Plymouth roadrunner convertible, with a 440+6 engine, Pistol Grip 4spd, Dana 60, and painted in its original B5 Blue Fire with white interior and a white convertible top. It’s a one-of-a-kind, the only one produced in this combo! This stunning muscle car now resides in the Hagerty Auto Museum in Del Ray Beach, FL