Most people are impressed by how clean and bright our shop is. We run a tight ship here at Farland Classic Restoration. On our north side, you'll find the paint booth, mechanical, upholstery and assembly area. On the south, our metal and body teams. Both sides are bright and well-lit to make sure our craftsmen can do their best.
For car lovers, it doesn't get much better than a tour of the shop. You'll notice hard-working professionals at their very best. You'll also notice order, not chaos like many other shops. That's how we run things around here. From our financial team, who keeps track of your money down to the penny, to our shop manager, we run things cleanly and smoothly around these parts.
If you come by, please call 303-761-1245 ahead of time and someone can give you a tour of the facilities. We'll introduce you to the guys and you can get a feel for how our mechanical team takes care of engines, or how our upholsterers craft a brand new interior for your favorite old classic.
Please have a look at our Blog Article featuring a tour of the shop.
From our paint booth, to our detailing bay to the metal and bodywork areas, the team here is the best around at what they do. You can rest assured that your project will be done right, on time and exactly as you expected. Now is the time to get started. Just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 303-761-1245.
3800 S. Kalamath St. Englewood, CO 80110CONTACT
You'll find our shop in Englewood, Colorado. We're a suburb of Denver, so getting here is easy. Here's the shop at 3800 S. Kalamath St.
Come on in during regular hours and you'll walk through these doors. Get ready for some beautiful cars and nice people.
Here's the waiting room. Obviously, we love classic cars. Just like you. Take a seat and we'll be right with you.
Here we see several of the awards we've won - from the Santa Fe Concorso, Cavallino and Amelia Island. All the big shows!
The door to the shop - where the good stuff happens. More memorabilia from true car nuts.
Through the waiting room door and into the shop. Please have a look at the rest of our galleries!
The core of our outstanding paint shop is the paint booth. It's fully vented and can be heated for the perfect finish.
Inside the paint booth. Waiting for the next great classic car paint job. Notice the wet floor to keep dust to a minimum.
We use a complete Sikkens urethane and epoxy paint program. Between its advanced software and our painters' extensive knowledge, we can match any color perfectly. The scanning camera system will capture exact tones, metallics and more.
Here we see the Sikkens paint tint system. Fully automated agitation system to keep all colors fresh, it's a marvel of paint tech.
The tools of the trade. With a variety of top-quality HVLP spray guns, our shop is ready to spray even the trickiest paint applications. Includes matte, two-tones, tri-stages and much more.
Our detailing bay is one of the busiest spots in our shop. Here we have a Tesla Roadster getting its paint polished to perfection.
We use a very wide variety of detailing products on the classics and daily drivers we work on. Here's a small sample.
The tools of the trade in detailing. We use an endless assortment of buffers, pads, polishes and more.
Our Ceramic Coat team uses the advanced Gyeon system for coating. The results are simply stunning - a glassy coat that lasts and lasts!
A Jaguar XKE (E-type) coupe gets special treatment by our detail team. We truly baby these cars - getting the very best from them.
Our mechanics are simply the best around. Here we're performing a complete engine service on a Ferrari Testarossa.
We're able to keep nearly all mechanical work under our roof. That means better service for you.
This highly-complex Bristol engine belongs to an Arnolt-Bristol that we restored - it went to Pebble Beach.
From old-school tools to the latest technology, your classic car's mechanicals will get in perfect shape in our shop.
Here we see a completed restored suspension being installed on a classic Corvette. What can we do for you?
Miller welders. In our shop, we are able to perform MIG, TIG and stick welding, including ChroMoly, stainless, aluminum, magnesium, titanium and mild steel. Our welder is certified to aerospace standards.
This is the Pullmax power hammer. It gives us capabilities to create even the most intricate shapes in-house.
The Planishing Hammer. Our fabricated panels are fine-tuned on this machine. We create factory-spec panels from raw metal.
Our 42-inch throat English wheel allows us to fabricate large panels such as quarter panels and roof skins in-house.
It goes without saying that we also have your standard metal shop tools - ready to craft panels precisely.
Our most important tool? Our craftsmen. They use our resources, along with their brains and brawn to craft beautiful metal.
Welcome to the Showroom at Farland Classic Restoration. We're just down the street from the main shop.
Here, you'll find a wide assortment of investment-level classic cars for sale. Corvettes and a Rolls for instance.
At any given time, we'll have everything from Ferraris to Jaguars to American Classics.
We are also experts on finding specific cars for our customers. Give us a call at 720-588-8427 if we can help you.