You ask us: What does it take to restore or customize my car?
Each restoration project is different depending on the current condition of the vehicle and what you want it to be. Most vehicles do not show their true character until they are disassembled and/ or blasted to bare metal. (Some partial restoration situations permit an estimate depending on the scope of the restoration. On the challenges faced beyond this visible estimation, restoration and custom work is contracted by time and materials. We will keep you informed when major challenges arise before adjustments are made to the given estimate.) Clear communication remains our top priority in every owner and restorer relationship. You must be aware of the process in order to fully appreciate the finished product. Initial analysis of the restoration can only be made by what we can see on the outside, which can give us clues as to what we may find. Our shop stands out in this area as we will keep you up to date as the project’s issues are revealed to us. In our years of experience we have watched many decent-looking cars be stripped of paint to find hidden rust, damage and substandard repairs. All cars will give us bonus issues to solve, but, be assured we have the knowledge and skill to overcome any obstacle in our way to a quality restoration. We deal honestly and will treat you with respect.
We ask you:
What exactly do you want to do to your car? What are your goals & plans for this car when completed?
- Transform your car into a street rod with new technology, yet retain its original styling?
- Create a one-of-a-kind custom by modifying some or all of the body lines?
- Race it on weekends?
- Restore it to be a 100 points car?
- Restore it to drive, upgrade necessities for safety?
- Or just have a good, quality restoration or rod for fun?
What are you prepared to spend to get your ride on the road?