Muscle Cars and Hot Rods

1967 Chevy Camaro

1967 Camaro Restoration Story

The client has had this particular Camaro in his collection of cars for some time.  It came in as a driver and no one could see what horror hid under the surface!  What we found was no less than 3 pairs of quarter panels stacked and welded on top of each other and a dash half of fiberglass. All in all, 95 percent of the sheet metal was replaced during the restoration process.  Though the decision was made to go back with the factory paint color, other changes were elected that customized the build to suit the client’s taste.  Vintage air was added for comfort.  The engine was replaced with a new ZZ5 crate engine with a serpentine drive system. The audio system was updated to a combination of Focal and Moscani gear that is operated from the owner’s smartphone.  The suspension is now Global West and makes the car capable of driving on today’s crazy roads!  From a car with no sheet metal left to a work of art, this is our kind of project.

1959 Caddy for St. Arnolds Brewery

1959 Cadillac Restoration for St. Arnold's Brewery

An interesting build for an interesting customer!  Our focus on this job was pure functionality.  All of the bottom end of the car was completely rebuilt along with the original 390 engine.   A stereo was added for the owner that he can control via Bluetooth.  Other than stereo and an upgraded radio she is a basic functional restoration. On the outside however… that is a completely different story.

1959 Impala

1959 Impala Restoration Story

59 Impalas are one of those cars that just lend themselves to being customized.  This car was refinished inside and out in white per the customer’s orders.  More of an update than a complete restoration, she also received Dakota Digital gauges while she was here.  Shortly after receiving the car, the owner drove himself and his new bride away from their wedding in it!

1949 Chevy Truck

1949 Chevy Truck Restomod Story

This custom truck came as a roller to CCH from another shop as a painted shell on an aftermarket frame. We added a new LS1 hooked to a 4l160e transmission and ford 9 rear end. She sits on Custom billet smoothie-style wheels with big radial white walls.

Take a look at the unique fabrication that this project showcases.  Among these customized pieces are headers, stainless exhaust, cold air intake, rack and pinion, custom aluminum radiator, transmission cooler and much, much more.

  • adjustable shocks
  • fully custom interior by M & M Hot Rod interiors
  • full custom console in aluminum fabricated on the english wheel
  • one off audio system featuring focal loud speakers