This page will highlite some of our recent restoration projects. We offer concours type restorations on 1967-1970 Camaros and have also performed totals on Chevelle, Nova and Firebirds as well. We have been Judging camaros for almost 30 years now and were the Chief Judge for the USCC and WWCC as well as senior judge for the Red White and Blue ICC series and currently judge with the American Camaro Association “Legends” and the “Vintage” Certification.. What we offer is invaluable inside information to assure your retoration will be done right the first time. That is why we only specialtize in first Gen. camaros. Also when we take your car, we will complete in within a year. Most of our cars end up coming here after sitting in some other “restoration” shop for lengthy periods of time. This is supposed to be a fun hobby, not a frustrating experience. This is why we only take on 2 cars per year. We feel honesty is the only policy. I wish our politicians would grasp this concept!  If you would like us to restore your car we would consider it a pleasure! Please give us a call.



This is one of our most recent completions. This SS RS 396 L89 has been verified by Jerry Macneish as original. One of the finest L89’s in existence with super low original miles and “born with” drivetrain. This car recently has changed owners.


This has to be one of the rarest cars we have restored. It was owned by Matt Mariacher since the late 70’s. This
car is featured in the new book “Million Dollar Musclecars”. It has to be the rarest of the 8 Trans Am convertibles
with a 4speed, deluxe interior, tach/gauges and the blue top. This car has also recently changed ownership.


This is the engine compartment in the 1969 L89 Camaro. Note the aluminum heads.



We restored this original 1968 Yenko for Bill Wertheim. Car number 8051. It was found sitting under palm trees in Miami, Fl. and had been there a long time. It took extensive restoration work to bring it back to this state. When completed this car was awarded a blue ribbon in the prestigious “invitation only” Meadowbrook Concours D’Eligance. It was named “restoration of the year”, Post War,by the AACA and received the coveted “Silver Platter Award”.

It also received 1,000 out of 1,000 at Super Chevy Int. and 999 point at the GM Nationals. Following are some pictures of the completed project. NOTE: We had a hard time finding a decent fitting hood for this car so, in the restoration process, we built our own tooling and now offer this hood for sale.







Below is Bob’s RS COPO we just finished. It is a Canadian factory documented car found in a garage in Toronto where it sat for over 30 years. It still sports it’s original interior and has only 2900 original miles. Option are M-22, AM radio with rear speaker and the Rally Sport pkg.This car was originally cold at Belmont Chevrolet in Toronto.



Below is a 1969 L78 SS-RS just completed.. It is a numbers matching car with all owner history, originally sold at Latimer-Looney Chevrolet in Tennessee.

It is a 4speed, deluxe interior, tach/gauge,endura bumper and AM-FM radio. Offered for sale at 99,000.00, this car has well over 125,000.00 invested in it with many NOS GM parts.   SOLD!



Below is Dave Parr’s 1967 Indy 500 Pacecar. We have restored several of these and they are one of our personal favorites. The combination of white and blue with the blue deluxe interior is really appealing to the eye!  This car scored 998 at the Nationals and also cleaned up at the Canadian Camaro Nats with several best of and first place awards. This car was completed in 2009.