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41 Willys Restoration Progress

The 41 Willys had its first coat of super build primer applied. After it came out of the paint booth, we have bolted the doors and trunk lid back on. The body is now guide coated so we can see if there are any high or low spots while we block it out. The Willys (...)

41 Willys in Paint Booth

Here we have the parts of the 41 willys in the spray booth, ready for first sprayable putty coats. We will put three coats on at this time, waiting for it to flash of in between coats. We will bake the sprayed parts at 130F for about 30 minutes and then let it sit overnight (...)

41 Willys Restoration Progress

Here is the progress report on Doug’s 41 Willys Restoration project. We removed the motor as it is getting rebuilt by Dale at DSE. We are repairing all the cracks in the fiberglass with matt and resin and then doing the body work, getting it ready for the first round of spray filler.    

41 Willys Project

Doug has brought to us his 41 Willys to freshen up. It is running a blown Chevy big block with a 400 transmission. It is a fiberglass body that we believe was made by Street Beast. The car has a lot of issues. There are many stress cracks in the body, and the doors do (...)

Ford Anglia Flashback

It wasn’t long ago that our Anglia restoration project looked like this… And this is what we do – converting forgotten parts into beautiful vehicles.

1951 Chevrolet dashboard

Andy’s 1951 Chevrolet truck has some extra holes in the dash and considering that we are going to be installing different gauges we don’t need all of this space. We have started filling in some of the holes and we have made some of them a little bit smaller to properly fit the new instruments.

New frame for the 1951 Chevrolet

We are working on Andy’s 1951 Chevrolet truck. This truck has been previously restored and we are going to turn it into a street rod. We had a frame built for this truck from Hitman Hotrods out of Cambridge, in the pictures below we have the 383 Stroker motor and transmission installed for mockup. We (...)

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