When a client brings in a perfectly running, near flawless Porsche, the only thing left to do is everything! We took the challenge of taking the performance of this German sports car to the next level.
This Factory 5 Cobra was brought to us for paint & finishing touches after sitting for almost 15 years. We brought it back to life and surprised the owner on our Velocity tv show, Speed is the New Black.
This 1967 Nova is a future pro touring build. We could not have found a nicer car to start with. This car has all original metal in place, original spot welds in tact and just 48,000 original miles on the body.
Our shop truck serves as a conceptual melting pot that manifested herself during breaks, before work, and over cold beers. We call her "Tiffany."
This AMX is a survivor with all original paint and just a little rust in the rear quarters. The rest of the car is solid including the floors and trunk. It still retains it's original glass, trim and drive train. We look forward preserving this rare Muscle Car.
This 1970 Ford Torino 429 "Cobra Jet" is getting a full restoration.
This Willys Jeep came in for a running issue and steering problem. We rebuilt the motor and steering box, and now she's ready for the trails again!
This 1966 Mercedes 250 SE was imported to the US by the original owner and is now here for a complete restoration for the same owner and his daughter. What a great story, and we are looking forward to bringing the car back into full restored condition for them.
This 1967 Chevelle was a full restoration built to exact customer specification.
This 1970 Mustang Mach 1 is an original Red over black, 351C car that came to us as a Grabber Green with terrible bodywork, and a shot 302. We're doing a complete rotisserie restoration on the car with a correct 351c engine built to NHRA Stock Eliminator spec. The goal was to increase the HP and keep things looking totally stock. We'll have a sneaky 400 HP under the hood but you would never know by looking at the totally stock engine compartment. Stay in tune for more updates!
This 1969 Camaro Convertible is going to be W's new Pro-Touring machine. We are starting with the best donor car that we could find, media blasting the body down to bare metal and working from there. A DSE suspension will be fitted to the freshly prepped uni-body and we will use sub-frame connectors for extra support. The front suspension will be the DSE hydroformed unit with coil over shocks and the rear suspension will be their 4-link unit.
Alejandro's Camaro got a complete paint job and a mildly upgraded interior with new bucket seats and 3-point harness belts. We also upgraded his wheels with some gorgeous Billet Specialties rims. The paint looks amazing and the pictures don't do it justice!