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Here you will find the photo galleries of the current and past builds from The Restomod Store. Stay tuned as we add more builds as well as updates to current builds.

“Calling Card” 1967 Mustang Fastback

Supercharged Fastback

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

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1972 C-10

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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.

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1969 Camaro Restomod

Twin Turbo Camaro
This is the Anarchy 1969 Camaro we did the bodywork and paint on for a customer. It was a special mixed waterborne orange and black with some pinstriping done by Bob Bond. It later received full race-ready suspension and a twin turbo LS engine and Boze wheels.
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1961 Parkwood Wagon

Parkwood

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.

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Who would have guessed Mom was cool in her station wagon?

Parkwood
Greetings from the Goodguys Heartland Nationals 2012. Mike and Michael McLin from our shop joined my father and I on a nice 215 mile cruise to Des Moines this weekend for the show. Michael and Mike were interested in driving the 61 Parkwood station wagon since I had just got it back from a 2500 mile business trip with it. We all spoke on way up that it would be great to see a couple of nice wagons here, since we have grown to love them after completing two wagon Restomods in our shop in the past year.
 
We did a 1969 Dodge Coronet Wagon for Jason Rogers that made it’s maiden voyage to the 2011 Street Rod Nats in Louisville. The just prior to Kansas City’s 2012 World of Wheels in Feb. (Like 2 hours prior) we got our 61 Parkwood online. The Parkwood was the teen dream of Michael McLin, our lead painter, and last year I bought the uncompleted project from him and committed the team and parts to finish it right.
 
So bright and early the Friday we all rolled in Goodguys Des Moines hoping to see one or two other cool wagons and a few stockers… Were we shocked. I stopped counting at about 60. My camera phone has had the crap beaten out of it, and it was 95 or higher (temp and humidity) the whole time, so sorry about the poor photography.
 
The universal theme with every wagon owner and the hundreds of admirers that stopped at our Parkwood was “God I hated these cars when I was a kid”. We heard stories of sunburns and vomiting from the rear facing 3rd row seats, dog mishaps (not like Clark Griswold or Mitt Romney just biological), and the guaranteed embarrassment of having Mom cruise up in her longroof and scream at you to get in… Now we all universally agree that these wagons are about as cool as Fonzi, 501 Levis, or the Vintage Air we have all installed into our rides in the past several years!
We just bought a 68 LTD wagon (428 powered) for Mike McLin, and I know where I might get a couple of 58 Yoemans, so wagon fever is staying alive at our shop for sure.
 
Here are the photos that I took on my phone from the Goodguys Heartland Nationals 2012 in Des Moines, IA. Goodguys Iowa Wagons

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1967 Camaro Restomod

Camaro
Our latest turn key build is this 1967 Camaro. This car was givin the best of every option. Let’s start with 575 horsepower on an LS engine package with an Ozmo Engineering carbon fiber intake and a beefed up Tremec 6-Speed Gearbox. How about Heidts Pro-G Front Subframe and NEW Pro-G Rear IRS (yes, Independent Rear Suspension). This car was built for performance and luxury with its full in house custom interior with matching trunk space. The body modifications include recessed hideaway headlight grille assembly, shaved door handles and drip rails, rear spoiler, 69 Camaro taillights and rear valance, modified front valance and custom front spoiler. Under the hood was smooth up with hand made metal inner fenders and radiator cover as well as smoothed firewall and custom under hood structure with functioning vented cowl hood. Topped off with a special mixed blue pearl with stripes, and lets not forget the Boze wheels. 
 
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1966 Chevy C20

The fine folks at 4-5-6 Chevy Trucks rely on The RestoMod Store (thats us!) to do the body and paint work on their amazing truck restoration. If this 46 year old sheet metal could talk!
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1959 Chevy El Camino

1959 El Camino Repaint Job

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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