While this is not your normal automobile restoration, the level of attention to detail, the degree of fabrication required and an eye for proper equipment and wiring placement requires a skillset all of its own. The following engine pictures are of work in progress with the wiring placements yet to be determined.
1959 El Camino fitted with a fuel injected Pontiac engine
1967 Stock 326 Pontiac engine dressed up with Edelbrock's newest coatings.
1965 Buick Riviera 425 dual quad engine above and 1973 Buick Riviera 455 below both done to factory show winning specifications.
The aftermarket hydraulic clutch and power brake assemblies require complete fabrication of the interior pedal assemblies. The master wiring harness bulk connector was surrounded in stainless.
Nothing looks better then a clean and smooth firewall. We removed GM's multi punch marked cowl panel and replaced it with a new smooth panel designed for high gloss finish.
This GTO's underside was refinished just like the topside. Welded stainless exhaust system complement the high gloss paint. The exhaust was modified and to be fitted with remote controlled cutouts for race mode. For those cars that are to be driven the underside is refinished to factory spec paint or undercoating systems.