MagnaFlow Lobby Doubles as a Mini Car Museum

One of our favorite parts about coming to work each day at our Oceanside, CA facility is seeing the awesome MagnaFlow-equipped vehicles housed in the main lobby. The vehicle display changes on a regular basis and features the vehicles of MagnaFlow ambassadors or projects we have been involved with. Take a look at the incredible vehicles we have on display currently!

Right now, we’re featuring a number of Foose Design vehicles. The first vehicle is none other than Foose’s P-32, a personal project which pays homage to rat rods and pulls inspiration from WWII era warplanes. Next up is a 1969 Ferrari 330 GTC. We also have a 1948 Ford which belonged to the late Sam Foose. The final Foose build on display is Chip’s 1956 F-100, which used to be Sam’s shop truck that Chip purchased at the age of 13.

Revolver, the red ’49 Chevy 3100 is a personal MagnaFlow project designed many years ago for SEMA and built by Chip Foose. The classic truck which sports a Chevrolet Performance LS3 E-Rod engine, Wilwood brakes, TCI Chassis and a number of other parts, stands out due to the revolving muffler system in the bed of the truck. The rotating muffler system is designed to easily showcase the sound and tone of various MagnaFlow muffler setups.

Lastly, we have MagnaFlow Ambassador Bill Goldberg’s 2018 F8 Green Dodge Demon which is equipped with a number of modifications, including 2” primary headers, a MagnaFlow competition series cat-back and prototype 3D-printed exhaust tips.

It’s like having our very own automotive museum and we can hardly wait to see what vehicles arrive next!