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Great clinent of ours had this 1965 13 Window Deluxe with nose damage and rust problems. We tackled the rust and nose damage then did the bodywork and paint for him. He wanted to assemble the bus so we sent it off to him to finish it up. Hope to see the finished bus driving on the road soon. 

We found this bus in Montana and shipped it over to us. We were took that another shop had done metal work on it and it was ready to block out and paint. When we got there was some many things wrong we decided to blast is again and see what needed to be done. Boy were we surprised, there was a ruff attempt to fix the rust and damage on this bus. So we went to work and did what we always do, replace everything that needs to be replaced. This bus was a treat for us as we have beeen getting some real challenges through our shop. 

This 1966 21 Window had a rough life. With it being for Minnesota it had more rot then normal. After getting it sandblasted and going over the bus we decided a new frame from a donor bus was in order. So that is what we did. It was a fun project to tackle and happy we were able to save another samba bus. Customer took it from us and will be doing the body work, paint, and assembly. 

Here is a Chevy Camaro that we did for a client. We got the task to block sand it out and refinish it. He wanted to do the assembly on the Camaro. We wish him luck. 

We can do any type of restoration to all types of makes and models. I guess over the years I am getting a name for Volkswagens but we love to do all types. 

In May of 2015, we found out about a rare 1957 Volkswagen Transporter Bus in Alaska. What intrigued us enough to go all the way to Alaska for this project was that it still had its original paint, which is a big deal to many vintage automobile enthusiasts.

Beyond being an original paint, it also had clean rocker panels without any rust rot and the interior cargo floors were great shape as well. 

Here is a 1963 VW 23 Window Deluxe. This one is really rusty but nothing we can't fix. Time to get to work and bring this Samba back to life for our customer. 

Customer brought us his 1970 beetle to finish up the interior. He had the bug already painted and few years back and wanted to see the project through. We were able to get the interior in for him and now we hope to see this classic bug on the road soon.