Lange Concepts Pangea one-off supercar debuted at the SEMA Show, 2003, and was featured in the main entrance. There were twenty companies including Sparco USA, Holley Performance, MSD Industries, Richmond Industries, Auto Meter, Vintage Air, Kinesis Motorsports, McCleod Racing, Heintz Brothers, Master Power Brakes, Savannah Clutch, Vette Brakes and Products,Truck-Lite Industries, Standox Paint and more.

Tom Meade Cars. Lange worked on the Thomassima IIII Ferrari from 2009-2013 as project manager and lead fabricator, working by Meade's side. Originally hired to lead the carbon fiber tub fabrication, that turned into much more. Lange now continues the build after Tom's passing in 2013. (Please click photo to see more)

Projects

Lange Concepts LCIII Spider 2016 debut at The Quail, A Motorsports Gathering. Aerospace carbon fiber technology combined with aviation core structures creating a one-off supercar fusing American muscle with vintage Italian styling. Created as a tribute to Lange's mentor, client and friend, Tom Meade whos Thomassima III Ferrari is on display at Enzo's birthplace museum. (Click photo for more)

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Vision Industries, LLC.  SZR Prototype​. Consultation and fabrication of exterior and interior aspects as well as detail paint work and window molds. Lead the fabrication and fitment of a refined final show quality interior.

Lange Concepts design and fabrication of a one-off Stingray body with new front and rear. Carbon, Kevlar and foam core structures along with custom lighting.

Wayne Carmona, Executive Producer Entourage and Chapman Leonard Studio equipment.  In charge of carbon fiber camera dolly track inventory repair and maintenance. 

Thomassima IIII Ferrari powered supercar build

Lange Concepts Real Deal LightingTM. Custom lighting hand made in the USA for Harleys, customs, and hot rods.

EXO Spider functional prototype. Lange was part of a group design and fabrication project at the Savannah College of Art and Design. The EXO debuted at the Amelia Island Concours d' Elegance, 1999 and went onto show at Eyes On Design Detroit and the New York Auto Show.  

Imagine Vehicles International. Full body epoxy resin based carbon fiber wrap along with parts like this vacuum bagged one-off carbon fiber hood.