We have not posted anything on this truck until now. So just to get you started notice the custom work done on the air cleaner.
Paint is complete on the 79 Trans Am. Notice that the owner decided to convert the front to a 77 Trans Am nose, to be like the original Bandit Trans Am from the original Smokey and the Bandit movie. For now the phoenix decal is acclimating, relaxing to lie flat because it arrived in a tube. Also we need the temperature of the decal and the car to be the same when we apply it.
Work continues on the 1955 Cameo Pickup. Last time we showed you the disassembly. It is starting to come together. Check out the smooth, custom firewall. The bed is getting some custom touch as well.
Work on the GMC C1500 Pickup continues. When last you saw it it was in pieces while getting painted:
The Shelby is ready for the owner to pick up.
Here is a quick video of our painters applying the final coat of clear.
The 1967 Shelby GT 500. The perfect blend of sport and muscle, 1967 Shelby GT 500 was designed and built to satisfy a taste for high performance American cars. Carroll Shelby did what he did best, he designed a car that would scare even the most experienced driver. The 1967 GT 500 had a list of upgrades over the regular Mustang that included the reworked 428-cid V-8. Shelby added the cast-aluminum medium-rise intake from Fords 427 and twin 600-cfm Holley four-barrel carburetors to produce a conservative rating of 355bhp.
Shelby added numerous performance upgrades over the regular Mustangs as well as many cosmetic attributes that makes it stand out over the competition still today, just as it did 50 years ago.
Renown Auto Restoration has a just launched our new website. The new platform will allow more communication and feed back between our staff and you the customer. Now you can stay up to date on the latest progress of the projects we have going on. Looking through the pictures of the project builds will give you an idea of the quality and detail our professional team puts into every build and may give you an idea of what you want done on your next restoration project. Our blog will keep you updated on all the latest new going on at the shop. It will also direct you to some of the industry an car culture events going on in the area.
Renown Auto Restorations will be at San Antonio Mustang Clubs 34th Annual Charity Open Car Show October 25, 2105. This event will benefit the Dare to Love charitable organization. Dare To Love helps neglected children referred to Child Protective Services (CPS) providing them with gifts hope and love. This event is a great way to help the community while at the same time enjoying this America Classic. The show will be located at Bass Pro Shop (RIM) 17907 IH-10 West, Exit 554 come see us!
Come see us at the 28th annual Key To The Hills Rod Run in Boerne Texas, October 9th thru the 11th.
It's the perfect time of year to enjoy nearly 500 Hot Rods from across the country. This is Texas’s largest Pre-1949 Rod Run with some of the best coupes, sedans and roadsters. Main Street Boerne is closed from Rosewood to Blanco, all of the cars will be displayed Saturday throughout downtown. This is a great free event so come out and see these great Hot Rods while enjoying some refreshments and shopping from outside vendors, and the local cafe’s, bakeries and local shops. Membership is open to any person of good character that has or is in the process of building a 1948 street rod. Membership in LSSRA is required. Husband, wife and entire family membership dues discounts are available.
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