Classic Car & Truck Projects Going on This Month at Wilson Auto Repair
Summer is starting to really heat up here in Texas and we’ve got some cool cars and trucks here at the shop. The customer rides are in for everything from simple servicing, to repairs to full frame-off restorations.
Have a look at the current projects at the shop and give us a call at (972) 271-3579 if you have any questions about or work or what we can do your you and your prized possession.
If you saw our current projects article from the end of April, then you might recognize this red CJ7 that has been here getting a full restoration. We finally have the new seats in, and she is just about ready to go home.
This 1959 Ford Pickup is getting a frame upgrade. We fabricated and installed a crown Victoria front suspension.
And this is the bed that will eventually make its way back onto the frame.
This is a picture of a cap from a 1964 Chevy truck.
Here is a glimpse of the 64 Chevy pickup getting prepped for paint.
And here it is in the paint booth.
Next up is this 1950 Studebaker. It is a new project for us and just recently arrived.
You might also recognize this Corvette from previous pictures that we have been working hard on to bring back to life.
Here are some photos we know you haven’t seen. It is a custom interior we did on a 1967 Suburban.
This early Bronco is having its entire floor replaced. If you have not heard, first generation Broncos are at the top of the collectors list this summer according to Hagerty’s Vehicle Rating.
Check out another Jeep CJ7 that is in the shop. We really like working on Jeeps!
This Ford Pickup is in the process of getting some body work done. Stay tuned for more progress pictures in the months ahead.
We are cleaning up the underside of this maroon Mustang.
Here is a picture of that underside of the Mustang after we applied an undercoat.
This slick Oldsmobile Convertible is in for some simple servicing so the owners can relax and enjoy her this summer.
Check out this black T-Bird in for repairs.
This last vehicle is a Mustang that came in for some wiring work and an A/C upgrade.
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