Visit our shop and you'll find nearly every stage of bodywork going on. Whether it's a replacement fender for a classic Corvette, or a complete restoration of a $1 million plus Italian purebred, our technicians can complete any kind of bodywork imaginable.
It all starts with the metalwork. Visit our metal page for more information on our comprehensive metal experience. Once we've got the bones done right, it's time for bodywork. From priming to sanding and more sanding, our team brings even the worst cases back to factory condition. Or better in some cases!
Expert lead work
Epoxy and build priming
Final priming and sanding
More often than you might think, we are fixing mistakes from previous restorations or body shops. This is crucial for keeping and increasing the value of a classic car. When we media blast a car and find terrible work, we fix it. It's that simple. Our goal is that in 100 years, when the car is stripped again, the restorers believe that what they see is factory work.
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Unfortunately this customer was involved in a rear end collision. Sometimes stuff happens but he brought the vehicle to us to bring it back to showroom condition!
The metal had to be pulled out and reshaped.
We did our very best to reshape the metal and form it into a bumper again. It now after a lot of work looked like a bumper again!
This incredible 1963 Split-Window Corvette Fuelie came to us after one of the knock-offs tore through the left rear quarter. And yes, it's not metal repair, it's fiberglass - good catch!
Our first task was to remove the shredded quarter panel and begin fitting the replacement piece.
Next the fitted piece was glued into place and clamped for curing.
After further bodywork, the quarter was epoxy-primed in preparation for paint.
After clearcoat and some serious polishing, our perfectly-matched repair and paint is basically invisible.