My name is Josh Lange, I design and build Supercars. My latest creation, the LCIII Spider, is a 700hp vintage-inspired dream come true that made its debut in 2016 at The Quail, A Motorsport Gathering, in the Supercar class. The winding road that lead me here has many avenues.
One of those stories, which involves my mentor and client, Ferrari legend, Tom Meade, is published on the Glickenhaus Racing website, https://glickenhausracing.com/1966-ferrari-p-34-0846-history. Ferrari historian, Larry Crane, also published an article about Tom Meade, and my work with him, http://thomassima.com. My complete story can be heard by clicking on the photo below, which will take you to the Cars Yeah podcast, hosted by Mark Greene.
As an Industrial Designer, I have been able to pursue my life-long passion for creating cars that encompass both power and beauty. For over 25 years, our Los Angeles studio has created one-off custom cars, custom composite car parts, motorcycle parts, carbon overlays, prototypes, molds and limited productions. In addition, we handle product development, as well as carbon fiber repair and composite repair. Finding the best possible customized solutions for clients using cutting edge materials and hands-on craftsmanship is what we do at Lange Concepts, as described in this article from Reynolds Advanced Materials, https://www.reynoldsam.com/customer-spotlight-lange-concepts-2/
Lange Concepts, home of custom carbon fiber parts, custom taillights and headlights, custom carbon fiber bodies, custom carbon fiber hoods, vacuum bagged parts, custom carbon fiber repair and more. The least carbon fiber print possible in our carbon fiber parts is made possible through proprietary techniques learned over 25 years in business.