This customer likes to take this 1966 Ford to the track and put it through the paces. We installed front and rear Wilwood disc brakes with rear parking brake to give 66 the stopping power it needs. We also installed a master cylinder and proportioning valve. The stock motor mounts were replaced with polyurethane motor mounts. The manual clutch linkage needed to be repaired as well. We rebuilt the rear differential with new bearings and a ring and pinion gear set. With these improvements this pony will glue you to the seat and put you through the windshield.
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This customer brought in his impressive 67 Ford Fairlane for some service work. We removed and replaced the rear output shaft seal to put an end to a transmission leak. We also upgraded the carburetor and tightened up a loose steering wheel. The door lock cylinders were replaced as well. Check out the upgraded Ford Racing valve covers! Even if your vehicle is very well kept such as this one, it still needs to be maintained. Give us a call today to find out how!
This customer brought in his 66 T-Bird for a few modern updates and a fresh paint job and interior. He wants a nice stock driver with a modern stereo, improved handling and updated HVAC. The engine, transmission and differential will run like new with a stock rebuild. The suspension is getting a new coat of paint and powder coat. The T Bird will be riding smooth with all new bushings and larger sway bars. We are also replacing brake and fuel lines. A new fuel tank and exhaust system will be installed along with a new emergency brake. We will have this T Bird looking sharp with all the stainless steel trim, emblems and grill restored along with the bumpers, lights, glass and wheels. Check back with us to see how this classic Ford will be restored.
This customer brought in his 67 Cadillac Eldorado for a full restoration by RPM! The engine and transaxle will be rebuilt. We are also updating the front brakes from drum to disc. This Cadillac has moderate rust damage so we are replacing the floor pans. It will also be riding smooth with an upgraded suspension. Check back with us to see this Cadillac come together step by step!
This customer brought his 63 Nova to us for a major “resto-mod” transformation. He wants a modern performance vehicle while retaining the stock look. We decided on a TCI I.F.S. (Independent Front Suspension) front clip and a TCI torque arm rear suspension. For power we’re installing an LS3 / TR6060 combo with a Procharger supercharger. We’ve got the front clip, engine, and transmission mocked up. We are currently working on mocking up the rear suspension and mini tubing the rear wheel wells to accommodate the massive 18x12 inch wheels wrapped in 335/30-18 Nitto tires. Follow us as the build progresses to include a Vintage Air H.V.A.C. unit, Painless wiring kit, new gauges, and so much more...
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