These British caravans were originally sold in 1967 for only $4995. You could add 16 options above the standard equipment such as sun visors and chrome bumpers as equipped on this one. These campers were only sold in America and certainly only a handful still exist, even a picture of one is rare.
The guys are test fitting and measuring for the new rear axle to go with the four link we installed in the back of the Falcon race car project. With four racing seats this Falcon is ready for the ultimate family road trip.
Produced in Finland starting in 2011 the Fisker Karma has arguably been the best looking plug-in electric hybrid car for years. We had to drop the rear subframe on this one to fix a traction motor coolant leak. It will be getting several other upgrades in addition to needing one of the rear Nivomat, an automatic self contained load-leveling monotube damper, replaced.
Released in 1990 the Diablo was the first Lamborghini capable of attaining a top speed in excess of 200 miles per hour. This one needed some electrical and cosmetic sorting but is again ready for the street or show.
A couple years ago we pulled this 1969 Jaguar XKE out of a shed and after restoration and some time on our DynoJet this car runs like a dream.
Today a new crate engine arrived from JCS Volks Machine for a 1969 Volkswagen Beetle that we have sorting out. The engine arrives almost complete, just add an air cleaner and exhaust, mount your clutch and then bolt it up!
There are parts of a project car that can be a mystery. The owner of this Buggy got the car most of the way and we worked out the last bits to make it stop and go.
Commonly used by the Austrian and Swiss militaries this vehicle now in the United States was not running the best. After repairing and synching the carbs the air cooled four cylinder engine runs great.
Today we finished up both a 1952 Studebaker Champion and 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air. Among other things both cars are now benefitting from an electric fuel pump, an almost required addition with the poor qualities or todays fuels to prevent vapor lock.
The Metro van has been media blasted down to bare metal. The smashed in front fenders were pounded out before blasting and now the body work can begin in earnest.
She loves her 69 but the engine hadn’t been given any love. The previous owner had sealed the entire engine with just RTV and no gaskets. Once cleaned up and sealed this one will be good to go for years.
New kingpins installed and this gorgeous Healey with a great vintage patina can enjoy many more enjoyable miles on the road.
Sometimes you need to take a break and bring something newer back to life. Both fuel pumps are froze on this one and it will soon be back on the street after a long sleep in long term storage.
Our next food truck project arrived this morning from Maryland. The old Metro is a little beaten up but a pretty solid truck with good mechanicals. Watch here for the transformation!
It is a great day when an owner wants not one but two V8 Triumph Stags restored. After getting the white car running we will spend the rest of the day seeing if the red car will run so that we can assess the condition of all the systems before we tear them down.
After restoring the chassis this winter and fixing rust issues on the body the two are finally ready to be mated again. The Chrome Orange is going to look amazing in the sun on the Beetle and nobody can wait to see the color painted on the outside.
After testing this Triumph on the Dynojet and sorting out a mess of wiring this TR6 is ready to follow it’s happy owner to Germany.
With the frame and suspension, drivetrain and body for this one ton truck restored just a few trim and electrical bits need installed and this truck can be put back in service around the farm.
No before pictures of this one were posted as it came to us as a pile of parts. A rat rod look that he doesn’t have to keep clean was the goal for the owner of this one. The new Studebaker 232 cu.in. V8 is so quiet and smooth you can hardly tell it is running.
Dual Weber IDF carburetors can be tough to tune and how would you know for sure that you have it just right? Using our wideband O2 sensor and Dynojet we can tune your jet sizes and make sure that your vehicle is running correctly at more than just idle.