A few years ago we built an award-winning 1936 Dodge 4-door convertible.
Only 10 are know to be in existence and this is the first one that is modified.
This semi-smooth Dodge was debuted with some unique features that we designed.
Frank is still winning trophies with this car.
The most recent award-winning project is a 1932 Ford Roadster powered by a Buick Nailhead.
Winner of the 'Mesh New England' award at the 2017 Klingberg Antique Auto Festival, this car went on to be featured in the 2017 Late Summer issue of Mesh New England magazine as well as being on their website
This car turns heads everytime the rubber meets the road!
Our cars, both restored antiques and rods, are still out there with a host of awards and trophies associated with them.
We've worked for notables in the television, film and music industries
as well as one former Vice President.
You've seen our work at Hershey in the fall and York in the summer; or perhaps you saw our commercial on one of your local cable stations.
Parts we used to make by hand can now be bought from any of the major manufacturers the we proudly represent.
The industry is always changing and we're happy to have been a part of it for over 40 years!