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Andy’s 1951 Chevrolet

Andy has brought us his 1951 Chevrolet truck. It has previously been restored to its original form at some point. We are now going to turn it into a street rod. We are having a 383 Chevrolet Stroker motor built for it, it should be about 500-600 hp along with a heavy duty 700R4 auto (...)

Dave’s 1948 Ford Anglia update

Here are some updated pictures of Dave’s 1948 Ford Anglia restoration project. The body is now back on its frame and we are assembling all of the the parts. We will start with some insulation and then mount all the components then move on to wiring.

The body of Dave’s 1948 Ford Anglia is painted

Dave’s 1948 Ford Anglia frame is back from powder coating. We had that stainless grade eight hardware come in and and we bolted it back together. The body is finally painted and we will now start wet sanding and polishing.

Dave’s 1948 Ford Anglia is back from powder coating

Dave’s 1948 Ford Anglia frame is back from powder coating. We are waiting on some stainless grade eight hardware and then we will be bolting it back together. While we are waiting for that we have the underside of the body to paint and it will be painted later this week.

Getting the 1948 Ford Anglia ready for final primer

More progress on the 1948 Ford Anglia custom car build, we were focusing on the interior and we installed power windows, mounted the air conditioning duct work and installed all dash and console parts. We blocked down the first primer and now the body is back on the rotisserie getting ready for final primer. We (...)

Working on the interior of the 1948 Ford Anglia

We have been working hard on the exterior of the 1948 Ford Anglia and now we are focusing on the interior. We are now installing power windows, mounting ac duct work and installing all the dash and console parts. The car is almost finished.

The 1948 Ford Anglia exterior is almost finished

Dave brought us his 1948 Ford Anglia for a complete restoration a little while ago. He has had it for over 30 years sitting in his garage. It came to us in pieces with no floors. We have been working on it and it is finally starting to take shape, we are coming down to (...)

Update on Dave’s 1948 Ford Anglia

Here is an update on Dave’s 1948 Ford Anglia. As shown in the images below, the car has come back from the sandblaster, we have made the custom dash and console, we put it in the paint booth on rotisserie to prime the floor, and we mounted the body to the frame so we can (...)

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