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What does restoration mean?

Well it means something different to each customer.  Some people are interested in a complete frame off restoration, with the goal of a show car comparable to the day the car sat on the showroom floor.  Some Corvette owners are interested in making their car unique.  Finally some are people are interested in making their faithful everyday car shine again.  No matter how extensive your restoration is, we can help with our extensive knowledge and experience of repairing and restoring your special Corvette.  Corvettes are unique in many ways, don't trust your car to just anyone.



This 1967 arrived with some minor damage due to a tire blow-out.  The owner chose to have the damage repaired and have the car repainted at the same time.  The car shines like new again, and is sure to turn heads as it purrs down the road!





This 1960 convertible required more extensive  reconstruction.  Fiberglass is very challenging to work with.  This car arrived with extensive damage to the rear end.  We completely re-constructed the exhaust ports.  Once the body work is complete we will re-install and align the body part, including the exhaust system.  Then repaint it to its original colors.  Watch our website for more pictures as this restoration continues! 



This 1977 arrived requiring no body work, but required some upholstery and interior work.  We can repair interior tears and cracks.  We can also locate and install original factory equipment, factory upgrades, or custom upgrades to your interior.  This includes dash repairs, custom modifications, and even carpet installation.





This 1963 split window is a frame off restoration.  It will be restored to factory specifications, and will compete in Corvette shows around the country. 





This all original 1972 just needed some cleaning on it's engine bay. To check out the transformation, click the photo to download a movie.


Corvette Engine Code Stamping Numbers
All engines are stamped with an engine ID code which consists of a prefix and a suffix. The location of this
code depends on the type of engine, as follows: Casting Numbers.pdf


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Last modified: 03/22/10