Chip Foose is the Vice Chairman of the California Chapter of the Progeria Research Foundation.
Chip Foose started his own show called Overhaulin' in 2004, where he designed cars.
Chip Foose was inducted into the "San Francisco Rod and Custom Motorcycle Hall of Fame" in 2005.
Chip Foose has won the "Good Guys Street Rod of the Year Award" on seven occasions.
Chip Foose won "Ridler" award in 2003.
Chip Foose was inducted into the "Grand National Roadster Show Hall of Fame" in 2003.
Chip Foose won the "Best of Show" award from Ford Motor Company at the 2002 SEMA show.
Chip Foose was inducted into the "Darryl Starbird Rod & Custom Car Museum Hall" in 2002.
Chip Foose won the prestigious "Ridler" award in 2002.
Chip Foose started producing Foose Wheels in January of 2000, when he signed a licensing agreement with MHT Luxury Alloys.
Chip Foose has won two America's Most Beautiful Roadster(AMBR) awards.
Chip Foose was the first person to ever win the Good Guys Trendsetter Award, which was in 1998.
Chip Foose was the youngest member to be induced into the "Hot Rod Hall of Fame." He was only 31.
Chip Foose was inducted into the "Hot Rod Hall of Fame" in November of 1997.
Chip Foose and his wife Lynne started "Foose Design" in 1998.
Chip Foose left his position at Hot Rods by Boyd in 1998 to start his own company.
Chip Foose became the President of Hot Rods by Boyd in 1993.
Chip Foose was a staff designer and fabricator for the Asha Corporation in 1986.
Chip Foose made a quarter-scale model of the Hemisfear Hot Rod in 2006.
Chip Foose was inducted into the "Darryl Starbird Rod & Custom Car Museum Hall of Fame," in 2002.
Chip Foose owns "Foose Design."
Chip Foose once worked for legendary car customizer Boyd Coddington.
By the time Chip Foose was 7, he was a project designer for his father's company.
Chip Foose was inducted into the Hot Rod Hall of Fame in November of 1997.
By the time he was 12, Chip Foose had already painted his first car, a Porsche 356, and he already had five years of experience.
Chip and his wife Lynne live in Southern California with their two children. They have a son named Brock, who was born on September 1, 1999; and daughter named Katie who was born on February 16, 2004.