Watch what you buy at auctions because the guys building those cars should not be building cars. See for your self what we go through on a daily bassis. Click on a project to see the crap!

Here is a page dedicated to the work that comes into the shop from other unnamed shops around the nation that say they do top notch work. It is a shame when you buy a so called "restored car" and have to replace any panels on it. We find this kind of work more then you would like to know about and I would say that about 85% of the cars coming in have something major wrong with them. It does not matter if you bring your car to us or to another builder out there just do your homework and make sure you know what you are getting before you get into a build. Do your back ground work and find out all you can about your builder, ask for references, ask for details and most of all ask what you are getting for your money. Here we do work not like any other shop out there and yes you may pay a little more in the beginning but in the long run its much cheaper to do it right the first time. We also document every part of the build and will show you everything from start to finish on your project with nothing to hide.

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1969 Camaro that was done and ready to go (at least thats what we were told)

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1970 Chevelle SS ready for paint (yeah right)

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1967 Shelby built right here in AZ by some shady guys that sell lots of cars at auctions...

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1966 Chevelle, dont even know where to start on this one...


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1966 Lincoln built by some guys in AZ with hi end shop. You be the judge of that...

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1970 Chevelle SS fully restored (thats what they all say right)

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1966 Mustang GT matching number car with rust built for Mustang Magazine...

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