1949 – This Ford Deluxe, popularly called the “Shoebox Ford” which received its name due to its slab-sided, “ponton” design. It was a new design and the first model made after WWII, production was suspended from 1946-1948. This design continued until 1951. This project originally started by Sammy, the older brother of the proud driver of this vehicle. Unfortunately […]
This motorized bicycle was built from what’s believed to be an early 1930’s Hawthorne Bicycle. Headlamp is a carbide acetylene lamp. Acetylene gas lamps were used to illuminate buildings, as lighthouse beacons, and as headlights on motor-cars and bicycles. These lamps were widely used in mining in the early twentieth century.
1953 Harley-Davidson 165ST restoration has been completed and we are now accepting offers on this beautiful piece of history. The bike has been completely disassembled and restored with many original parts and some reproduction parts. The bike features a Pearlescent Metallic Green Custom Paint color created by Mike Covairt with BASF’s Glasurit 90line. Along with […]
A familiarity around this shop, a Volkswagen Beetle. This time it was a convertible! Our client knew exactly what she wanted and she did a really good job with coordinating the interior to the exterior colors. She hired a local seamstress to complete the interior and some repairs to the convertible top. She hired us […]
Class and elegance is a perfect description of this car. This Rolls Royce came to our shop for a complete exterior body and paint restoration. This car was re-painted in the 90’s in a metallic silver color. It appeared that there was very little disassembly with this vehicle as the paint was chipping and bubbling […]