Last year we fully restored this 1983 Jeep CJ7. It’s back in for some maintenance so we decided we’d give you a little tour. This Jeep was rusted out so we put all new body panels on, painted them, redid the interior, made some mechanical upgrades, and fitted it with new 33” tires.
To bring this ‘77 Bronco back to life we did the body work including fitting the front fenders and grille to match up with the hood and then painting the whole truck. On the interior, the customer opted for bedliner which the cage was also sprayed with. Then we wired up all the accessories and, of course, made sure the truck ran right.
Most people think Borla Exhaust only makes exhaust...nope! We switched this ‘66 Cobra over to EFI and worked with Borla to create a custom intake assembly. They did a phenomenal job. See it for yourself!
Wouldn’t this ‘55 Bel Air have a more aggressive stance if it was a couple inches lower? That’s what the customer was thinking. So to achieve that look we installed leaf springs, shackles, and blocks in the rear combined with coil overs and springs in the front. Take a look at what a difference it made.
Last Wednesday night, we took the Mustang back out to the track to do some testing and see exactly what this car can do. By the end of the night, we managed to not only make an 8 second pass, but we ended up setting the new record for the fastest 60’ in a 2018 Mustang with a 1.26! Keep in mind, this car still has the full interior PLUS a roll cage.
We brought our twin turbo Mustang (aka Martha Stewart) out to DigNight to see if she could go rounds like the Camaro did last October. We knew the Mustang would be fast, but this was the first track pass since putting on the new turbo setup so we weren't 100% sure what it would do. Take a look at the race in the video below.
What a lot of people don’t know is that we had actually moved from our first location at Highway 6 and Memorial Drive out to Katy with the intention of slowing down a little. At the time, we had a good customer base. as far as classics go and the late model high performance side was ramping up. What we didn’t know was…