An early pair of SU carbs rebuild in progress, this model didn’t even use springs, but weights to push the pistons down.
Looking like a couple of yawning hippos these Austin Healey Sprites always bring smiles. The earlier white car will soon get a drivetrain and be sent on it’s way to its eager owner who took his wife on their first date in it some 50 years ago.
After: 1963 Daimler 2.5 V8. This car was brought to us with no engine, no working steering, or brakes. Without a Daimler engine the decision was made to drop a Ford V8 in it and now completed this thing really moves. The steering, transmission linkage, and motor mounts were some of the things we needed to engineer for this build.
Bring your classic by the shop like Donna did with her 1957 Austin Healey 100-6 and we will prepare it for storage.
This one for servicewoman stationed in England will be going to Georgia when we are finished.
Bring your newly bought classic straight over to us to take care of those few minor things you found on your maiden voyage home as this owner did. Instead of taking the car to his house first he brought it directly here for some needed TLC.
Are rat rods your thing? We work on them too, whether you need mechanical, electrical, interiors or powder coating.
1954 International Harvester Metro: The storms have left, the sun is setting. The old truck has been performing everything asked of it.
After: 1969 Jaguar E-Type Convertible. Six months after being pulled out of a shed this cat is ready prowl.
It is raining cats and dogs outside but inside the shop the view is still stunning.