Joe Mitchell's 1969 hemi roadrunner. T5 bronze, 4 speed. Real hemi car. We have replaced a quarter and the upper cowl and will paint it back to the original color, wet sand and buff. The owner plans to assemble the car himself. Should be completed June 2015.
1971 Plymouth Cuda
Dave Lindsey's 1971 Cuda. We are restoring this very rare Cuda back to original. This car was converted into a drag car back in the 80's. The entire back half will have to be replaced.
It's a sassy grass,340,shaker hood, 4 speed, double spoiler, black buckets, black top and white billboards.
Brian McKay 67 Camaro
This is Brian McKays 1967 Camaro. He is in the Infantry in the Army National Guard. He is also a full time Fireman. His Dad is doing most of the leg work for this one. They are going the G-Machine route with a complete tubular front end and we will be installing a set of DSE Mini Tubs. There will be a full aftermarket Rear suapension with a PanHard Bar and a Tourque Arm Also. We are painting this one a Blue Pearl with Mineral Grey Stripes similar to the Yenko Style Stripes. He is also going the Black Chrome look. No Bright Work on this one. It is going to be truely One-Of-a-Kind.
This is a 1968 California Special that we painted for Daniel Marley of Fort Smith, Ar. It is an all original, numbers matching, rust free car. It was a great driver quality car before we started. He was just wanting it to be a show stopper so he could join the crowd at the shows.
This is Joe Pittmans 1971 Shaker Hood Cuda. It is a numbers matching B5 blue, 340, automatic car.
Allen Kirgan's Daytona clone
The Daytona clone is complete. It turned out beautifully. It has been sold to Allen Kirgan of St. Louis, MO. He's been showing it quite regularly and has garnered a fair share of awards. That's what we like to hear.
Jim Cooper's 1969 Roadrunner
The 69 Road Runner has been completed and delivered.
The car is black with a 440-6, 4 speed, black leather interior, modern a/c, 4 wheel disc brakes and magnum 500 rims. We installed electric exhaust cutouts and a line lock for doing the occasional burnout. The car tends to get a little attention when those exhaust cutouts are opened up.
This is a 1969 Dodge Daytona. Matching numbers 440, 4 speed, dana. Originally a Y2 Sunfire yellow car that was repainted many years ago to a darker shade of yellow. We are not doing a rotisserie resto since the car was in very nice condition other than the incorrect color. We removed the engine and transmission to make a few cosmetic upgrades.