More than 40 years since totaling a 1971 Chevelle a new client is ready to rebuild his first dream car. Starting from a bare frame, the crew begins the process of giving this Chevelle a new life, one that will turn heads at shows, and on the road.
A family mad for hockey tasks Noah and team to transform their '57 Nomad into a powerful family ride equally ready for everyday activities and high-performance track days.
We gave a 1953 Chevy truck a top to bottom custom restyling to build a couple's road trip dream truck.
Our new supercharged LT4 powered shop truck.
The owner of this Corvette loved the classic styling, but hated the lack of power and handling. We fixed that problem with a 430hp LS3 GM Performance E-Rod motor, Roadster Shop "Fast Track" chassis and tons of other go fast goodies!
Perhaps the only shop where 1000 horsepower isn't enough is here at Classic Car Studio. Noah challenged us to take a 1969 Chevelle and turn it into a fierce speed demon that will win as many car shows as it will attract speeding tickets.
Specs of this build include a Roadster Shop Revo Chassis that was custom built to our specs. The engine is an all-aluminum, pump gas 509 cubic inch (based on a 409 w-head), that was dynoed @ 625 hp with equal amounts of torque. It is backed by a Bowler Performance 4l80e heavy duty transmission.
This tired old 57 Bel Air came to us needing some freshening up. We gave it some nice gold accents, beefier suspension and put a lot more horses under the hood!
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 1967 Chevelle was a full restoration built to exact customer specification.
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.