Completed Projects

Full Restoration: 1983 Jeep CJ7

Full Restoration: 1983 Jeep CJ7

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.

1966 Corvette: Engine Swap Turned Major Project

1966 Corvette: Engine Swap Turned Major Project

This week we finished up work on the '66 Corvette. The customer bought the car at an auction and the engine blew when he drove it home.

But wait…there’s more!

When we started taking the car apart we found mud in places mud shouldn’t be and we quickly realized that we were dealing with…

1966 Mustang: Coyote Swap

1966 Mustang: Coyote Swap

A lot of people think that we only do complete restorations or that we even do these projects from start to finish and then sell them. The answer to both of those assumptions is no. This car is a great example of giving the customer what they want and that no job is too big or too small.

1977 Ford Bronco: A Fun-Having Offroad Machine

1977 Ford Bronco: A Fun-Having Offroad Machine

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.

1955 Bel Air: The Difference a Lowering Kit Can Make

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.

Here Comes the Stampede...

Here Comes the Stampede...

After some bad luck, the Stampede Mustang came to us in need of a fresh start. We ended up rewiring most of the car, installing a new airbag system, doing some cosmetic and interior changes, and getting the car running so that the owner could enjoy it. After a lot of blood and sweat, the Stampede is back where it belongs!