1939 Chevy

The car features only subtle body modifications. The V butt windshield, the custom grill, and flush mounted turn signals are what stand out initially. But a closer look reveals smooth custom fabricated removable side panels as well as a one piece clamshell hood. Even the headlights were cut down and fitted lower on the front fenders……READ MORE

1939 Chevy Coupe

Rick Treworgy (Owner of Muscle Car City Museum, Ponta Gorda, Florida) has owned his 1939 Chevy Coupe for over 12 years now. The interior design was dynamic and trendsetting then and still looks fresh all these years later. The design included such features as hidden under dash door handles, accent lighting behind the arm rests and the rear trim bar behind the seats, and an automatically retractable air ride gage unit that disappeared under the dash when the ignition was shut off. The metallic look of the materials offer a unique compliment to the exterior deep sapphire blue paint……..READ MORE


This ’37 needed a lot of work. It’s a steel car but it had a lot of bad chop and cut work done to it. So Jeff brought it to us to cut off the rear fenders, rear roll panel, and the wheel fender openings to have us remake them and weld them into place. So we did. Using the English Wheel we shaped up the new parts and corrected all the errors made throughout the years…..READ MORE

1968 Chevy Camaro

This 1968 Camaro received a complete interior redesign. The dash was removed and we started from scratch– even redesigning the dash cap. The customer specified a predominately black interior and we decided on red, used sparingly, to make for a nice accent color. All the red moldings you see are made from 3/16″ brass, sanded to fit and align, drilled and tapped for 4×40 studs to facilitate installation, and then primed and painted in a UV stable red…..READ MORE