Past projects

This customer from Hamilton, Oh purchased this 87 Chevy truck. Thinking all was good, he drove it home. While driving it home, the engine scattered parts through the oil pan. It needs a new engine!DSC00103Complete new rebuilt 350 engine with new flex plate. New manifold studs installed.DSC00099New water pump and all new sensors to be installed. DSC00100New engine mounts and all factory emissions as original.DSC00101Two new gas tanks with new sending units and electric fuel pumps being installed. New mounting brackets.DSC00009A new custom bent 2 1/2″ dual exhaust system was added with 40 series Flowmaster muffler.DSC00041The engine compartment was power washed.DSC00040A very dependable 1987 Chevy truck has been put to the street. This truck driven over an hour to its final destination with no problems or leaks. DSC00042Nice 1955 Chevy in for axle seals, brake work and to calibrate the speedometer to the newly added 700R4 overdrive automatic transmission.DSC000291959 Thunderbird having both front power window motors replaced.DSC00001Water found in both power window motors.DSC000131966 Ford F100 truck in for many mechanical repairs. This truck purchased new by owner and did watch it being built in the Ford assembly plant. It was a special order.DSC00015It is rare to find a complete jack assembly in a ’66 Ford truck. The two photos below show this small jack, lug wrench, jack handle and mounting bracket in place.DSC00014DSC00013Station wagon hubcaps were installed on this 66 Ford truck at the factory.DSC00019A station wagon rear bumper was installed on this truck on the factory assembly line. Notice the step pads.DSC00021DSC00019DSC00025DSC00023DSC00029A 1967 Chip Foose built truck in for repair. A nice truck.DSC00026DSC00014DSC00015A 351W engine with all the good stuff.DSC00022A custom bumper. No place for a front license plate and no bumper bolts.DSC00029DSC00019

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