Here is an example of a
rare 1961 Convertible
Impala that started off as
a serious project. The
investment made by the
Client was well worth it
as he came out ahead
after the sale. Normally,
this wouldn't be the case.  
My job on was to track
down the hard to find
pieces-Factory Guards,
Convertible pieces and
all hours of the day
advise- choosing the size
of the wheels-Not to go
overboard and take away
from the car. This car
gets a ton of attention.
The color of the car was
scanned from a Hundred
dollar bill-Money Green.
1966 Impala Factory 4
Speed,327-275 HP. This
car had the frame pulled
and then 800 hours were
spent doing an exact
restoration. The color for
the brake hardware
proved to the most
challenging. Battery
cables were date coded
and took me 3 years to
find. The exhaust was left
untouched as it too was
date coded. This car was
a neck breaker and would
the little Imports had no cl
soon get the meanest second gear,my boys loved it and    
ue to how embarrassed they would soon
The car was scheduled to go to the body man on Friday and was rear ended at a
stop light on Thursday, the day before.
Rare,Rare and Again, Rare-1959 Brookwood 2 Dr Wagon,
Delete All Options, 348 Tri-Power,3 speed with Overdrive.

Here is an example of a perfect car that be worth putting
your money and time into. The body was all original and
had not had any previous work done. This example would
save you $$$$ from not having to replace the body panels.
Keep this in mind with your next purchase.
Restoration Services-From Drawings,Planning to Full Frame
Off. Consultation available for your next purchase of a
Classic car or Mechanical Questions, Fees as low as $10.00,
Call for more information or email me