For many years the Eagan family has had a love of muscle cars.  When Josh was a young boy helping his Papaw in the garage, they put in many late hours which showed Josh perseverance and dedication.  As Josh became older, his dad Steve was constantly turning wrenches on family, neighbors’, and friends’ cars, anything he could get his hands on.  This taught Josh the basic mechanic work for his own cars.  Random errands to the grocery store and trips to fill up at the gas station would always bring home stories of the coolest muscle car for sale or the best cruise night in town.  There was always a love for cars in the family and this is what inspired Josh to go to Wyoming Technical Institute after graduating high school.  While at WyoTech, Josh was extremely influenced by a roommate who introduced him to the hotrod and custom car lifestyle.  This opened Josh’s eyes to a whole new world.

When Josh came back from school he was so inspired by what he saw in the hot rod world that he purchased his very 1st project: a 1950 Chevy coupe deluxe. While working on this car and daily drivers, one quote always popped in to his head, which was a constant reminder from his dad, “Almost only counts in horseshoes and hand grenades.” This is something that Papaw always told Steve through out his life and Steve found it very important to pass this on to Josh.

Josh has taken a family value and has turned it into an obsession of everyday life.  From teaching himself how to tig weld, constantly learning new and old ways of metal fabrication, to body work and paint prep, and then the final sanding; no detail is forgotten.   Although it seems that there is nothing that Josh can not accomplish, he doesn’t stop here.

Every project that comes through the doors of H&H Custom Rods gets the same attention to detail, whether it is a full custom built rod or the smallest amount of metal fabrication. No job is too big or too small for Josh and his crew because at Horseshoes and Hand Grenades Custom Rods, “Where almost does not count.”



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