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Our annual car show was this weekend! Of course, the Michigan Vietnam Veterans Traveling Memorial Wall was here as well. Great turn out, lots of great cars, and the smells of great food! Check out the pictures below!
The 1960 Corvette has come a long way from when we started the restoration! She was stuffed in a barn for almost 40 years, collecting dust and cobwebs.
Now she is standing tall and the owner couldn’t be happier!
Recently, we have sold quite a few fender flares on eBay. Friday night we received a very nice e-mail from one of the purchasers stating how satisfied he was with our product. So satisfied, that he even gave us a nice write-up on Corvette Forum!
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The 1979 Corvette is finished and ready for the owner to take delivery! After installing the new carpet, sun visors, door panels, steering wheel and etc. Ed brought the car down to our showroom where Junior then detailed the entire vehicle inside and out.
The 1958 Corvette has entered the first primer phase, SLICK SAND. The guys will now block sand the body to insure that everything is straight and all of the curves and edges are well defined.
The owner of this 1974 Corvette is a first time Corvette owner. It was purchased as a “fixer-upper” and now the owner feels a little overwhelmed. We will be looking this entire vehicle over, to give the owner a detailed and extensive estimate for repairs.
A good customer of ours was having an issue with his driver side power window. Once we removed the door panel, we instantly saw the issue. The power window regulator was striking a window motor mounting bolt and causing it to stop. Ed located a used support bracket from a 1979, and retro-fitted it into the door to pull the motor away from the window regulator. Problem solved!
The owner of this 1976 Corvette wants the rear bumper replaced, so he brought it to the experts! Tyler wasted no time and quickly removed the old rear bumper then started to sandblast all of the old rusted hardware.
The owner of this 1965 Corvette was attempting to restore the vehicle on his own. He has reached a point which he feels overwhelmed and brought it to us to complete the job!