Pictures from a few of our past projects:

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DiVentures  63 Chevy panel truck, to be used for promotions. It started  with a "vision" list, and wound up as you see it here. 454 Crate, 700 R4 trans, Autometer Nexus gauges, Vintage air, Cruise, Tilt, PS, PW,Power door locks, 4 leather captains chairs with 6 way adjust, lumbar and heat, 3 point seat belts power disc brakes, all new wiring and a whole lot more.  The rear showcases a 42" flat screen that hides in the ceiling when not in use, a PS3 player. They are plumbed into JL audio components This thing ROCKS!!  It also is capable of running the entire system for 3+ hours on a stand alone battery system. If additional play time is needed inputs for a 115v Household source or generator are available. SWEET!!!! DSC_0548.JPG 
DiVenture-before.jpgThe '63 Chevy panel truck as purchased in Chicago. DSC03734.JPGExisting interior and dash being gutted DSC03871.JPG
Custom made Guage panel going through trial assembly

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DSC04010.JPG Dash  mod's being trial fit before finish work begins new-dash.jpg Dash is all finished DSC03640.JPGOut with the small block and in with some cubic inches DSC03718.JPG
454 being lcoated and trial fit.
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Coming along nicely. Time spent now will pay off later
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New 454 Crate motor from GM looking like it came there,  COOL!!!
4-27-11-1 049.JPGAll tweaked up and  ready for towing, cruising, or whatever. DSC04594.JPG
Coming along nicely but still has a ways to go
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WOW! 42" flat screen  that hides in the ceiling and drops with the touch of a button, Pioneer 5-disc CD,  PS3 player, 2 sets of JL C5's,  6x9  Kickers in the back doors...
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JL 900 watt 5 channel,+JL 500 watt amp for the 2 12" subs. Kinetic battery allows the system to run for 3+ hours on it own. System also has the option of 115V or generator input.

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The finished interior. leather 6-way power seats with heat and lumbar, 3-point seatbelts, power windows, locks,
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tilt, cruise,digital touchscreen in dash,  programmable Nexus gauges,  Pioneer 5 disc in dash player with  back up camera, custom console, molded headliner and a whole lot more  4-27-11-1 016.JPG
A shot of the rear showing the hand made side panels and oak flooring which houses the  amps , electronics, etc
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 All debugged, tweaked and Ready to go home !
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'52 Buick Woody Station Wagon. Beautiful car that was
Recently purchased but riddled with  a multitude of electrical Gremlins!
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AHH the gremlins home base. 3 separate harnesses from different vehicles hacked into this one car. What NOT to do!
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The wiring after a "bit" of effort!
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More of the wiring after it was redone.
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The gremlins have been evicted :-)

 

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Pictures of a 69 SS396 Chevelle undergoing a complete restoration. Since completion there have been ZERO problems. 1969 SS396 Chevelle restoration
Acid etched housing ready for reassembly
Acid etched housing ready for reassembly.
Rear brake assembly ready for installation
Rear brake assembly ready for installation.
Completely rebuilt rear end ready for another 100,000 miles
Completely rebuilt rear end ready for another 100,000 miles.

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Acid etched frame ready for paint
Acid etched frame ready for paint.
Fresh epoxy paint, looking good
Fresh epoxy paint, looking good.
Starting the assembly
Starting the assembly.
Front suspension in and detailed
Suspension in and detailed.
All done and waiting on the customers body shop
All done and waiting on the customer's body shop.

Back from the paint shop, now the fun starts 
Back from the paint shop, now the fun starts

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Starting the interior install.
Detailed rebuilt e-brake assy.
Detailed rebuilt e-brake assy.
Interior's almost done
Interior's almost done.
Remote CD changer and amplifier neatly installed
Remote CD changer and amplifier neatly installed.
New 502 Crate in it's new home
New 502 Crate in it's new home.
A shot from the back
A shot from the back.
Nice front end shot showing some of the detailing
Nice front end shot showing some of the detailing.
Almost ready to go home
Almost ready to go home.
Ready for it's new home.Total project time, about 6 months
Ready for it's new home. Total project time, about 6 months.

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Pictures of a 69 GTO getting a firewall forward restoration. Since completion there have been NO ISSUES. (Click photo for larger view.) 1969 GTO restoration
37 years or grease and grime YUK!
37 years or grease and grime YUK!
Can you say road salt?
Can you say road salt?
What a Grease ball
What a Grease ball!
Pretty scuzzy
Pretty scuzzy.
Nice fresh paint
Nice fresh paint.
Starting to go back together
Starting to go back together.
A bit cleaner than the shot above
A bit cleaner than the shot above.
A whole lot cleaner than it was.  This by the way was not a rebuild.  Just a clean and repaint per the owners request
A whole lot cleaner than it was. This by the way was not a rebuild. Just a clean and repaint per the owners request.
Looks just like new
Looks just like new.
Ready for delivery
Ready for delivery.

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Pictures of a 52 Chevy pickup getting a new firewall, floor pans, Mustang II suspension and motor/trans mounted up. The owner will finish from the project from this point. 52 Chevy in for some upgrades after a 15 year rest
Looking kinda ugly Looking kinda ugly. Mustang II suspension installed
Mustang II suspension installed.
Out with the old
Out with the old.
Where'd the firewall go? Can you say Air conditioning?
Where'd the firewall go? Can you say Air conditioning?
New firewall tacked into place
New firewall tacked into place
New rear springs and shocks in place with a grungy old rear end. oh well we're at the mockup stage
New rear springs and shocks in place with a grungy old rear end. oh well we're at the mockup stage.
Almost ready to go back home
Almost ready to go back home.
Shot showing engine, steering, and exhaust all fitting nicely
Shot showing engine, steering, and exhaust all fitting nicely.
New floorpans installed
New floorpans installed.
 

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1978 Corvette that we performed a "frame on" restoration. The owners originally brought in another car that was too far gone to put any money into. We helped them locate a viable candidate with only 82,000 miles on it and proceeded to do a 496 big block conversion. Since finished, the car has logged over 5,000 miles with zero issues. Restored 1978 Corvette
1978 Corvette being restored
Greasy old 350 ready for retirement.
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Engine transmission and suspension coming apart.
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Yuck!!! What a mess.
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31 years of neglect soon to be corrected.
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Cleaning up nicely, keep in mind this is a "frame on" restoration.
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Amazing what some elbow grease and paint will do.
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Picture showing the newly rebuilt rear end assembly. All new brakes, drive shafts, differential. Not too mention squeaky clean.
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Nicely installed 496 Stroker motor, it dynoed at 620 hp 600 lb ft of torque on pump gas YOWSER!
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A picture of the motor from the right side. Looks like it came in there from the factory. This thing does nothing but run, no overheating, no leaks, or other issues that can take the enjoyment out of owning a collector car.

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An original owner 64 GTO Chassis getting a long awaited restoration. It is being updated with front and rear Global west supsension, a Moser 9 inch rear end and Wilwood 4 wheel disc brakes. This car will be completed in stages as the owners finances permit.
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The chassis almost stripped. Too late to back up now.
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All blasted, primed, and painted. Ready for the trial assembly.
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Back from the paint shop and ready for the trial assembly
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Trial assembly coming along very nicely with only minor glitches.
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Trial assembly complete and all fitment issues resolved. Now for final paint on the other components
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Final assembly moving along without a glitch
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 Moser 9" Rear end and suspension in place
64GTO9.jpg Detail shot of lower control arm etc. 64GTO4.jpg A nice shot showing the front suspension  
 64GTO8.jpg 64GTO7.jpg  All ready for delivery. The excited owner is on his way 
         

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Newly purchased 72 Challenger with front end / stability issues. Inspection reveals collapsed inner fender panel /frame rail. If you think this is scary You ain't seen nothing yet. larrylewis018.jpg
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Picture of backside. Note the generous coating of Bondo slathered around as if it was going to help. Nice black paint job.
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Picture of main frame rail after "kitty hair" was chipped away. NICE WORK!
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Replacement frame rail and inner fender panel being mocked up and checked for fit.
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Being tack welded and rechecked. Moving along nicely.
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Motor's back in front end aligned and almost ready to go home.

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A '65 Mustang that underwent an extensive firewall forward retsoration due to rust issues.  They included a Mustang II front end kit from Heidt's, Vintage air system, a new crate motor from Ford Racing, new tires and wheels, Tilt column, guages, new dash and engine compartment wiring.  Since being finished it has been reliable and trouble free.  Exactly what we strive for! Teresa_310.jpg 
5b0c_3.jpgA Ho hum stocker 289, prettied up but hiding a lot of miles DSC03545.JPG
Motors out, now the fun begins.
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Pic of the new inner fenderwell and Mustang II crossmember in place
DSC03657.JPGAll prepped, primed and ready for paint DSC04728.JPGNew tilt column installed and steering linkage hooked up
 mustang_DSC04731.JPGTrial fit with old motor Mustang_1-23-11 006.jpgNew 306 crate from Ford looking like it belongs there  mustang_1-23-11 011.jpgWiring and A/C lines being run. mustang_1-23-11 034.jpgReady for alignment  Teresa_317.jpg
All tweaked up and ready for delivery.

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