Full Restoration Services


A full auto restoration entails completely disassembling the vehicle and restoring each and every part and system.  This process limits ongoing maintenance and future restoration situations.

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A full auto restoration primarily includes:


  • Disassemble and catalog every piece on vehicle
  • Pull body off frame (optional)
  • Media blast and restore frame (optional)
  • Media blast or mechanically/chemically strip vehicle
  • Metal repairs of all rust
  • Replace or replate all trim
  • Completely smooth out body of all waves and dents


  • Etch prime and seal vehicle after stripping
  • High build primer after body work
  • Block sand entire vehicle
  • Paint and clear vehicle includes all jambs, under hood and under deck lid
  • Sand and buff
  • Undercoat vehicle


  • Rebuild existing mechanical systems or replace systems
  • Upgrade brake, steering and suspension systems
  • Rebuild engine or replace with a crate motor
  • Upgrade transmission and gearing for a smoother ride


  • Replace seat covers, foam and repair springs
  • Replace carpet
  • Replace headliner
  • Restore dash
  • Restore door panels
  • Replace or restore interior trim