Shell Valley Classic Wheels, Factory Five, and Antique & Collectible Autos are some of the companies that sell fiberglass kit cars as of 2015. Some companies offer a wide range of models and styles, including antique hot rods, collector cars, sports cars, race cars and trucks, while others focus on a specific make, model or genre.
Shell Valley Classic Wheel's kit car model line consists of classic roadster and sports car models, including its 29 A Roadster, Shelby Cobra, Cheetah, Daytona Coupe and JAG C. The company also makes fiberglass replica bodies of many classic Jeep models, such as the CJ5, CJ7, CJ8 and YJ. Shell Valley Classic Wheels has been making replica car kits for over 43 years and has financing available for customer purchases between $1,000 and $35,000.
Factory Five makes the Challenge Car, MK4 and the 289 USRRC models of roadster replicas as well as a '33 Hot Rod and a Type 65 Coupe. The company's new 818 series is a two-seat, mid-engine sports car that reflects a European style and is available in both right- and left-hand drive configurations.
Antique & Collectible Autos has been making kits for many of the classic American hot rods for over 30 years. The '32 Ford Roadster, the '34 Ford Coupe, the '35 Chevy, the '41 Willys Pickup and replicas of both the 1949 and 1950 Mercury in original and street rod versions are good examples of the company's product line.