The growth of Roseville Rod & Custom over the last 19 years is based on Ben's total commitment to quality work and complete customer satisfaction.  To accomplish these goals, he has slowly and carefully selected his staff based on their experience and demonstrated fabrication skills.  But most of all, to work there a person must love the process of creating unique vehicles. In July 2006 Roseville Rod & Custom expanded into a 13,000 square foot facility in Roseville, Ca.  They offer complete design, fabrication, finishing and assembly of all types of distinctive automobiles.  A visit to Roseville Rod & Custom reveals a huge assemblage of tooling and equipment that allows production of an array of parts and panels not available elsewhere. The talented group at Roseville Rod & Custom totals over 150 years of hands on experience, and possesses a heritage of enthusiasm that will continue many years into the future.  They maintain a single focus – Creating Automotive Art

Roseville Rod & Custom News

The Southern California Timing Association (SCTA), sponsors of the Bonneville National Speed Trials has recognized Roseville businessman Ben York as its 2011 Rookie of the Year
www.scta-bni.org

Brand New Pictures Of The Lakester

Roseville Rod & Custom teams up with Chris Rivas &
Brouhard Designs to build a custom bike!

Roseville Rod & Custom Chops The Chip Foose Napa Truck!
RRC is Headed To The Boise Roadster show

RRC Is At The Sacramento Autorama Feb 19 - 21, 2010
Grand National Roadster Show
Jan 29 - 31, 2010
Goodguys 2009 America’s Most Beautiful Street Rod Winner!
Kirk Johnson’s 68 Ford Wins 2009 GoodGuys Truck of the Year-Late award
Marvin Bok’s 39 Ford Wins Chip Foose Design Of Excellence Award
Marvin Bok’s 39 Ford Wins Manuel Arteche Memorial Award
Marvin Bok’s 39 Ford Wins PPG Excellence Award
Ben York Goes To El Mirage To Race The Lakster, June 14, 2009
Ben York Inducted Into The Sacramento Autorama Hall Of Fame, Jan 2008

Dave Baker's 1950 Merc Wins 2008 Mike Lavallee's Killer Paint Award

2011 Southern California Timing Association Rookie Of The Year
Scott Pruett's Buick Project