Classic Car and Truck Projects at Wilson Auto Repair – August 2020
Summer is officially halfway over, and it has been a hot summer to say the least. If you have been following our project posts, then you know the heat has been on since early July. The projects keep rolling in and we have another group of pictures to share with you so you can see what is happening at our shop.
First and foremost, we wanted to show you this wicked cool interior. We did mechanical work out upholstery shop did the interior…
Here are a series of images that show the transformation of a Ford Bronco dash we’ve been working on. We are incredibly happy with the results and the owner is even happier! He gave us some serious praise!
Here is a 1958 Chevy Bel Air that is in for some work. They are one of our favorite vehicles of all time!
This vintage military Jeep was brought to our shop for some help because it won’t run. We can certainly tune it up and have it cruising the streets in no time.
Her is another Jeep, or at least part of one. This one however will not be isn’t going to be driveable. Instead we are turning the front end into wall art!
This MGB was handed down in the family and is now in our shop for repairs
Here is another old Jeep we are working on. Jeep had been in the family for years and the Grandad hangs on to it to take his grandkids for a ride. We are going to make sure they get to enjoy it for years to come.
Last but certainly not least is a picture of a seriously cool tattoo. It belongs to one of the guys at our shop and has been featured in multiple Ford Mustang magazines. He is a dedicated mustang technician. Has been all his life as you can tell by his arm.
Keep checking in to see what is going on at Wilson Auto repair. We look forward to sharing the progress of projects happening daily at Wilson Auto Repair.
Tags: Classic Car Repair, Classic car restoration, Classic Jeep Repairs, Wilson Auto Repair
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