Made in Oakland, CA, Pass and Stow racks are brass fillet brazed 4130 chromoly tubing. The design is a nearly universal front or rear rack that’ll fit a wide range of stuff and mount to just about any standard fork that has a drilled crown and lower rack mounts. The position is adjustable to level it out, and a couple of sizes are available.
Each one comes standard with internal wire routing for generator-powered lights, and an option mount for head lights sits below the rack’s surface so your illumination won’t be blocked by your cargo.
Racks are $280 in standard or tall sizes, and the Paul Components Gino light mount is $24.
They don’t really make custom stuff, but they do have fun with their trade on occasion.
They also had this little accessory called the Bart Brake. It’s a simple strap with spring loaded catch that lets you pull your brake closed and hold it there, hands free, which could be useful for cargo bikes.