Dave Shuten

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Dave Shuten's New Mysterion is a recreation of Ed Roth's Mysterion. Dave's Mysterion made its debut at the 2005 Detroit Autorama.
Dave Shuten's Astrosled. Dave's bubble top show rod made its debut in January of 2007.
Dave owned and restored Dan Woods' Ice Truck.
Dave restored Dan Woods' Milk Truck back to its 1965 configuration. The restoration was completed in 2009. Photo courtesy of Dave Shuten.
Beau Boeckmann 1934 Ford 5-Window Coupe. Named "Iron Orchid," the coupe was built and designed by Dave Shuten at Galpin Auto Sports. Dave's vision for the coupe was to build the ultimate 1960s show car. “I wanted this to be the best you could build in 1965, with nothing on the coupe newer than 1965,” Shuten told Jorge Nunez of Hot Rod Magazine. The build was completed in 2013.
Dave at Galpin Auto Sports. Photo courtesy of Dave Shuten.
Beau Boeckmann's Grasshopper Recreation was built by Dave at Galpin Auto Sports. The build was completd in 2015.
The Pink Panthermobile was restored by Dave at Galpin Auto Sports. The restoration was completed in 2016.
Daniel Nelson's 1952 Henry J was built by Dave at Galpin Auto Sports. Known as "Henry Jaded," the build was completed in 2017.
Ed Roth's 1956 Ford F-100 truck of Maywood, California. Ed, who was a member of the Maywood Drag Wagons, bought the truck in 1957. He wanted to use it as a promotion vehicle for his custom paint and pinstripe business, so he gave it a red flame paint job the same year. In 2016 Beau Boeckmann at Galpin Auto Sports bought the truck. Led by Dave, Galpin Motors' team of vehicle restoration experts refurbished the truck with NOS and other period-correct parts. The restoration was completed in January of 2017.
The Hard Hat Hauler was built by Barris Kustoms in 1971. Dave led the restoration of the old show rod for Jeff Dunham at Galpin Auto Sports. The restoration was completed in 2017.

Dave Shuten of Northridge, California.


Dave was born in 1972, in a small town outside of Detroit, Michigan. In 2018 Dave told Kustomrama that his father was a mechanic at a Standard Oil station on Woodward Avenue. "Dad always had cool cars when I was a kid. I started with Hot Wheels, then model cars, before I went on to the real thing. My first car was a 1966 Chevrolet Impala SS."[1]


Cars Built by Dave Shuten

Dave Shuten's Astrosled
Dave Shuten's New Mysterion
Beau Boeckmann's Grasshopper Recreation
Beau Boeckmann's 1934 Ford 5-Window Coupe
Daniel Nelson's 1952 Henry J - "Henry Jaded"
The Back-Up Pickup Recreation


Cars Restored by Dave Shuten

Dan Woods' Milk Truck
Dan Woods' Ice Truck
Hard Hat Hauler
The Pink Panthermobile
Ed Roth's 1956 Ford F-100 Truck


Dave Shuten's Cars

Dave Shuten's Astrosled
Dave Shuten's Mysterion Clone
Dan Woods' Ice Truck
Forest Cutler's 1959 Chevrolet Impala


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