Detroit Speedcraft is for sale. Detroit Speedcraft has extensive engineering documentation, tooling, molds, and etc. that would present a great opportunity to carry on the “Next Generation T-Bucket Roadster” recipe. If you want to know more, read our Executive Overview | READ |.

DN-PhotoDavid Nedock is president and Chief Engineer for Detroit Speedcraft. Dave has raced a multitude of vehicles over the last 30 years beginning with door slammers, moving into altereds, then alcohol funny cars and ending with custom street rods.

Dave retired from Ford Motor Company in 2006 after a 27 year career where he was a hands-on design engineer and Project Manager for the Ford Mustang. His design expertise includes systems integration, chassis systems, suspension, brakes, steering, powertrain, ride and handling, extensive knowledge of reliability engineering, Fault Tree Analysis, Design Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (DFMEA), and Ford Design Institute instructor.

Dave’s extensive real world engineering and fabrication talents make Detroit Speedcraft cars mechanically sound, safe, and well engineered.


TK-PhotoTom Kuhr is the other half of Detroit Speedcraft and is credited with developing the original low-slung roadster design.

Tom comes from 20 years of providing technical and training materials for automotive consulting companies and for the last 17 years has owned Spyderhuff Design, specializing in graphic design, Web development, and technical publications.

Tom currently is on the Product Development Advisory Board at Macomb Community College and the Advisory Council for the Graphic Arts department at Henry Ford Community College where he has taught adult continuing education courses there throughout the years.

Detroit Speedcraft is a Feature
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"T-Bucket John" writes a
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Dave's funny car action!
Dave's ground-shaking altered hot rod.
Dave's daily driver?
Tom's '33 project.
Tom's low-down '27 project.
Tom's '34 Chevy with Ford power!