Classic CarsWhen it is time to have your Classic Car restored, we will provide the highest quality on your project. "BAR NONE" We restore and build all makes and models including Fords, Chevys, Oldsmobile's, Buicks and Pontiacs etc.
Original or Custom and anything you desire in between will be brought to life. We perform Classic Car Restoration on 1929 to 1973 vehicles. Our super straight body work can be examined from any angle to view the consistent 3/16th panel gaps and a ripple free painted surface.
If you decide to upgrade your Classic Car with a modern drive train or any other items we will always send out an addendum explaining in detail any changes from factory stock with your signature approval, so you always know where you stand with us. Our details make the difference in order to give you the ultimate quality while being as efficient as possible.
Classic Car Restoration is our passion and our 52 year back ground will make the difference on your finished product.
When having a Classic Car built it makes sense to visit a facility in person so we invite you to call and set up an appointment. Once you witness our system and quality you will be confident that you have chosen the right company.
For those of you who are extremely pressed for time running your own business and simply can not get away, we have put this extreme web site together for "YOU " so that you can be here with out setting foot out of your office.
Please take the time to surf the entire site and check out our fabrication page to get an idea of our custom capabilities. We feel confident that once you tour our Gallery of finished work and see our shop system you will be sold on our company.
Give us a call today to discuss your project so we can get started in bringing your dreams to reality.
Jeff Lilly 210-695-5151
Today Eric is working on mounting the 71 Mustang door handles, he is ensuring they mount flush to the body panels and also rounding the corners on the back side so the handle will fit in nicely. This is all on the back side so the clear coat will seal it off to keep any chrome from peeling. - 4/25/2012
Today on the 69 Cougar Eliminator, Nat masked off the body, the hood is off the car and taped up separately, the engine compartment has been masked off with 4 mill plastic from the windshield down so when he is polishing nothing gets on the engine. The side windows are also masked off along with the back window, wheels, wheel well edges etc. After polishing we will finish the final assembly and then take it for a test run! - 5/3/2012
On the 70 Ford Mustang we installed a NASCAR radiator over 30 inches wide, 28 inches tall and 4 inches thick. On top of that we mounted aluminum brackets that house two reservoirs for coolant that have the radiator caps, so everything works properly with the tanks above the radiator in order to release built up pressure. - 5/10/2012
Eric has everything prepped on the 71 Mustang front end. We installed the splash pan, trim moldings and turn signal lamps. It is now fitting perfectly on the car. Earlier this week he installed the side-moldings and is now attaching the bumper to the vehicle. - 5/15/2012
Jack cad plated some of the parts that are going onto the 63 Galaxie engine including the bolts for the intake, oil pan and harmonic balancer. - 5/18/2012
Today on the 1969 Camaro, Bob worked on the grill, by using the CP pencil grinder with a 1/8th carbide bit he V-grooved all the horizontal slats where they meet the vertical pieces. He will now place the pieces together, mask the slats off and then apply epoxy to adhere them together using 3M scotch weld. He will then file all the corners for a smooth finish. - 5/22/2012
Today Jack took the 63 Galaxie engine and fitted the Billet Specialties timing chain cover onto the motor. In order to get the crank shaft seal centered on the crank shaft he had to drill the hole open a little bit bigger in order to push it over a couple thousands. When you purchase parts from "well known" parts suppliers you would think they would just bolt right on but more often then not these types of problems have to be found and corrected. - 5/25/2012
Today Eric is assembling the 71 Mustang interior, he is installing the console, dash pad, dash cluster and other pieces and it is looking good. - 5/30/2012
Today Bob has been working on Jeff's custom desk spraying texture on the grill and the dark charcoal paint in the correct areas. He is also applying a low satin clear to finish it up. - 6/8/2012
Today on the 1967 Shelby Mustang Cliff Sand blasted the frame rails and surrounding areas. He also fit the floor and trimmed it; he then scribed his final cut line. - 7/12/2012
Today Jack took the 1965 Truck rims that Jeff had dismounted at discount tire and then Jack spun them on a pointer to check the wheel balance to see what wheel weights we will need. We do this before we finish and paint them. - 7/18/2012
Today on the 1969 Camaro Sam built a hood latch support system which allows us to have lots of room behind the grill to place a screen that will not interfere with the other moving parts. - 7/24/2012
Jeff striped out the rounded radius corners on the 1969 Camaro hood with green masking tape to eliminate the square points, we do this to keep the new transition that the rest of the car modifications has and next we will begin fabrication of these pieces. - 8/10/2012
Today Sam is working on the 1969 Camaro hood edges. We cut the edges so we could make a curve to match the outer fender line much like the new Camaros have the curve on the side of the hood. - 9/11/2012