Sorry for the break in our newsletter! Despite the end of show season we have been very busy here at the shop and I didn’t have time to get a newsletter out for the new year. That being said, if you have repairs or a car you need to get into the shop please call well in advance of your anticipated start date so we can schedule you in. Being this busy makes things a little crazy around here, but it’s definitely a good problem to have. Thanks again to all our friends and customers for your support and for getting our name out there, believe it or not we will be celebrating our 10th anniversary this year and we couldn’t have done it without all of you!
With our current workload our restorations haven’t been moving at their usual brisk pace, not to mention the problems inherent to locating parts (or in some cases entire donor bodies!) for the unique makes and models we are beginning to see more often. We are very close to completion on our 1972 AMC Gremlin and our 1970 Plymouth Roadrunner. We hope to debut the Roadrunner at Good Guys Del Mar Nationals in April, our season opener. We have been progressing on our tribute cars, the 1965 Lincoln Continental Convertible and the 1967 Chevy Impala. The Impala will be ready for paint very shortly. Our newest projects are a 1960 Austin Healey 3000 and a 1965 Mercedes 230 SL. We also currently have a collision repair in the shop that’s a first for us, a 1957 Citroen DS-19.
Feb 21-23, 2014 is the Big 3 Parts Exchange 48th annual antique and collector car parts exchange and swap meet at Qualcomm Stadium.
Our first official show of the season will be April 4-6, 2014 at Goodguys Meguiar’s 14th Del Mar Nationals at the Del Mar Fairgrounds.
We are happy to announce we will be sponsoring the Over the Hill Gang San Diego Streak 41 at Campland by the Bay!
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