This is a 1952 Chevrolet 3100 body mounted on a late model S-10 chassis. The project was started by a previous owner but not finished. It was purchased in the condition you see and now we will be finishing it. It has a SBC 350 with a TH350 transmission. There has been extensive sheet metal work done. Most of the lower half the cab was replaced. The truck is painted to appear weathered. The primer and 2 base colors(black/brown) were done with a brush & roller to give a textured look. The top coat is sprayed then wet sanded to give the desired look then the entire truck will be matte cleared. The interior was painted using House of Kolor Cinder Red and all the interior trim was painted black. Seat is an original bench. A replica steering wheel from a late 50’s Chevrolet was used to give the interior the desired look. New Dolphin gauges were used. With a brand new heating and cooling system the truck stays nice a cool in the summer and warm on the those chilly morning. The front suspension was completely rebuilt to stock and 1 inch lowering springs were used instead of stock to lower the truck a little bit. A custom fuel tank was built and installed in the rear of the truck under the bed floor. 19 inch Boss in the front and 20 inch Boss wheels in the back were used. A Griffin radiator was used to keep the SBC nice and cool. All new glass and rubber seals were installed. The truck was finished and returned to the customer June 2012. Customer was excited and enjoyed driving his truck around the back roads.



This 1941 Plymouth Business Coupe is my personal project. The body will be left alone at this time. The entire drivetrain, suspension and front end was rebuilt. It will be stock in appearance. The modifications are disc brakes up front with a dual master cylinder under the floor, 12V electrical, updated drive shaft w/u-joints & a few misc things. The intake manifold is a stock manifold with a dual carb set up. That will be the only modification to the engine. I want to keep it as original as possible. This is an original Oregon car so rust is minimal with only the trunk floor needing some patching and the lower inner cowl needing some work. Other than that, it is a solid car. The car is now completed and is being driven on a regular basis.

1941 Plymouth Business Coupe

Studebaker Pick-up Gasser. This came in with a 4 wheel drive train that had been added at some point in its life. Removed the rear suspension and axle. Install a Mopar 8 3/4 rear axle with a set of ladder bars and coil overs. Remove the 4WD front axle and clean it up and prep for the Gasser front end. Box the frame back to the rear axle. Fabricate motor mounts and transmission crossmember. Install Cadillac 502 with TH400. Assemble front end on frame and project is complete.


This is a 1958 Austin Healey 100-6 BN4. It arrived in poor condition. It had been sitting for roughly 40 years. It is currently undergoing a complete restoration. Most of the structural supports had to be replaced to strengthen to chassis. The chassis is complete now. The engine runs like a top. Even after a 40 year nap, it started up easily. The only engine work that was done was new gaskets. Customer had car painted and is finishing assembly work himself.