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December 2018

Well, the end of the year is here. "2018" was one to remember for us. So many great new customers have walked through our doors and called us and we did our best to help were we could. The most important part was just being one of your sources for your project. We do not always have everything, and often have nothing on your list, but each and every day we try to do what we can  to help keep a piece of American history on the road. We thank you all and wish everyone the best for 2019! Happy New Years everyone...enjoy our last newsletter of 2018.

New Arrivals

1939 Chrysler 4 Door Sedan

1964 Ford Thunderbird 2 Door HT

1966 Chevrolet Caprice 2 Door Ht

1966 Ford Mustang 2 Door Coupe

1966 Ford Thunderbird 2 Door Ht

1968 Chevrolet Impala 2 Door HT

1971 Dodge Charger 2 Door HT

1974 Chevrolet Vega 2 Door Station Wagon

1971 Dodge Charger 2 Door HT


Last Month's Answer: 1977 Grand Prix

Loose Parts

62' GM Full Conv Windshield Trim

67' Cougar Rh 1/4

67 Cougar Trunk Lid

67' Cougar LH Fender

67' Cutlass Hood Spear

68' Impala Hood

71' Charger Fender

78' F150 Grille

Customer Spotlight: 1969 Cutlass Restoration Project


Hi Guys

Paul purchased this beautiful car from Dvap in 2007. He travled all the way back home to Ontario and started the restoration on this excellent Arizona body. In his spare time while working full time, took 8 years to accomplish. He did all work and paint him self except for machining the block that is now 60 over . . It is a frame off every nut and bolt resto, all new tinted glass, numbers matching 350 rocket factory 310 hp , M21 Muncie with the Hurst shifter, Rally Pac dash, Tic Toc Tach , and have added the W-31 Ram Air setup. The car was ordered low optioned standard steering, brakes with the only power option being the functional rear antenna. Have also added the rear preferred 442 bumper  with 2 1/2 " stainless exhaust , trumpet tips, summit racing mufflers . This car is as nice underneath. Quite a rare car and very similar to the W-31. He put on the road first time last year and approx. has 1000 miles on it. Paul put into this car what ever classic car builder and enthuist does...hard work for the love of saving a piece of American Car History and getting it back on the road. Amazing job to Paul and we thank him for sharing his build with us.


The Finished Product