This is my 1967 RS SS tribute that I have had since 2013. In that time I have welded in new floor pans and rocker panels, redid the interior, disc brakes all around, new master cylinder, new windshield and exhaust. Most recently I pulled the front off the car off to redo the top half
This is my 1950 MG TD. I purchased it from a gentleman in Illinois that had already completed about 85% of a complete frame off restoration. I completed the restoration on September 29, 2018. The car is amazing to drive; I’m the third owner of this fine automobile, which has only 38k original miles. Jim
I was working as a letter carrier for the USPS when I first spotted a 1970 Chevrolet Monte Carlo, it was love at first sight and I soon found my way to Pellini Chevrolet in Sebastopol, California to order up a new ’71 Monte Carlo. The car was equipped with a 350c.i. 2bbl engine and
One of my two retirement projects, this is a 1946 KB3 International with a Railway Express Agency delivery body. I found this in the trees on an abandoned farmstead in North Dakota that I hay every summer. My father-in-law used to rent the farm before he retired and knew the family. He made a call
Here is photograph of my 1968 Buick Wildcat 2 door sports coupe. It’s not a very common car and definitely very unique in its own way! Sure it’s a “BIG” car as some see it but in 1968, this car came with a 430ci big block engine teamed with a heavy duty Turbo-hydramatic 400 transmission.
Here is my latest classic car, it’s a 1950 Chevrolet 4-door sedan. It was sold to me as an unrestored original last year but there is evidence of more than a few rust repairs over the years. They are all welded in though and should be alright – I hope. The original 6 cylinder was
This is my latest project a 1959 Buick LeSabre. I promised myself I wouldn’t restore any more cars but that only lasted about 2 months. This is the cheapest Buick you could buy in 1959 a model #4411 power nothing with rubber floor mat. The car is complete with minimal body rot, which is very