This is the “Calling Card” 1967 Mustang Fastback we built for our shop. We squeezed a 2012 supercharged 5.0 5sp in it with Heidts G-force front and independent rears suspension. It received tons of body mods including lowered rockers, front spoiler, rear roll pan, extended and pointed nose, rear spoiler, scooped quarter windows, filled side scoops, and shaved drip rails, just to name a few. the interior we kept stock-ish looking with a few modern touches. the paint is our version of Chrysler Snakeskin green and matte charcoal stripes. We finished it off with the 18″ and 19″ Boze wheels. It is currently on the cover of Modified Mustangs and Fords magazine for February 2014 issue. Continue reading
1972 Chevy C-10 shortbed. This truck received full Porterbuilt Suspension on a boxed and finished frame, shaved door handles, drip rails, front and rear roll pans, one piece front clip, custom inner fenders, custom bed floor and inner fenders with a tilt floor to hide the complete air ride system. The truck was finished with a custom mixed orange and silver two tone and lays frame on 20″ and 22″ Boze wheels.
1961 Chevy Parkwood 9 passenger wagon. Equipped with a Corvette LS1 (5.7L), 4L60E, 4 Wheel Disc Brakes, RideTech Air Suspension, Vintage Air, JL Audio MP3 System, Boss Wheels, and a custom interior.
Ms. Kelsey Sheldon and our custom ’72 C10 Chevy pickup are on the cover of the December 2013 edition of Gauge Magazine. There are tons of great SEMA 2013 photos in this online magazine – be sure to check it out!
Back in November, the folks at MustangsDaily.com posted some great pictures of our signature ’67 Mustang fastback at SEMA. Check out the photos here.
Wow, we are kicking off 2012 with a bang at our new shop. I have posted a few of the projects we have been working on so far this year. There are several others that I forgot to get pics of. Having fun and keeping our customers and their rides super happy!
- 1967 RestoMod ProTouring Camaro Build
- 1966 Chevy C20
- 1961 Chevy Parkwood Wagon RestoMod
- 1950 Plymouth Business Coupe Rust Repair and Repaint
- 1968 Camaro Media Blast Job
- 1959 Chevy El Camino
We were tasked with repainting this 59 Chevy El Camino with a 348 and 3×2 setup. The previous restoration missed the mark on paint quality, and included the entire laundry list of show paint failures: Runs, Fish Eyes, Dry Spots, Orange Peal, Cracking, etc… It will be looking MUCH better by March 8!
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The RestoMod Store was excited to be a part of the 2012 World of Wheels car show at Bartle Hall in Kansas City.
1965 Fastback, The car has been blasted but metalwork not completed. The car will sell for $6,000 in its current condition, including all the interior and bolt on components that are reusable. This car can be either a restoration (non-numbers) or restomod project. Plan on being at $12,000 for full clean sheet metal.
1966 Fastback, The car is currently having the metal work completed and will sell for $10,000 as a clean sheet metal shell, but will include all of the interior components (seats, fold down, panels, brackets, gauges) that came with the car. This car can be either a restoration (non-numbers) or restomod project.
1967 Fastback, Originally a Canadian car, so cancer is fairly extensive. The car sells for $5000.00 as is with title. We have some of the interior components, but mostly this is just a shell with a rotten bottom all around. This car will need all new pans, frame rails, fenderwells, dash, firewall, quarters, etc… This is an EXCELLENT candidate for a restomod project since nobody will cringe if we put wider mini-tub inner fenders on rear, coilover suspension, etc… Plan on being at $15,000 for full clean sheet metal.
1967 Fastback S Code (390 car), with numbers matching engine, trans (4), rear, originally black with GT package and black delux interior. The car sells for $15,000.00 as is with title. It is a fairly complete car and many of the interior and accessory components are still on the car (window mechanisms, bumper brackets, etc…). Great candidate for a numbers matching restoration vs. restomod/custom. Plan on being at $22,000 for full clean sheet metal.
1967 Fastback S Code (390 car), non numbers matching 4 speed, motor, rear, originally a dark green car with black standard interior. The car sells for $10,000.00 as is with title. It is also fairly complete with interior components but is missing the bucket seats. Exterior is in good shape, but is missing hood, damaged (cut to remove motor) radiator core support, and missing bumpers. Great candidate for a restomod or non-100 point restoration. Plan on being at $17,000 for full clean sheet metal.