Bored straight six, pistons, custom cam, Edmond's intake, Phillips headers.
We picked this GT up with 146K on the clock and a bent K member. It now has all new front suspension components
This car sat for over 20 years from a near restored condition. :( It's got the Chrysler Spitfire 6 cylinder flathead with Fluid Drive transmission that features a conventional gearbox mated to a fluid coupler. The engine is currently locked up but we won't stop 'til she back on the streets!
This 1965 Rambler American 440 sat in a garage since 1976 and has the inspection sticker to prove it. This car featured an AMC straight six engine and an air-cooler automatic transmission. A new radiator, carb and a good tune up got her back on the road again. This car wins the award for most amount of rat turds we've ever had to clean from a single vehicle!
223 cubic in. & 3 on the tree!! A new clutch and a fresh coat of matte Baffin Blue...it's a real smooth ride.
327 cubic inch!! Factory air conditioning!! Bakelite coated exhaust from the factory!! What could be better!
The 56 gasser has finally been resurrected! After many hours of work the 502 came to life and a special thanks to Walt M. for his help!
We dragged this classic V8 import to the shop where it got long overdo cleaning. With a little TLC, some Simple Green and a belt tensioner, she was back on the road in no time.
This classic is now being enjoyed by it's new owner.
We found this gem sitting in a ditch behind a house near Englishtown. An air-cooled, turbocharged flat six, making 180 HP powers this Rat-vair, making it a blast to drive. New satin black paint, gold IROC rims and a mean exhaust note give this car some serious attitude! The 'Vair was recently sold and now creeps around Cape May NJ.
Our newest addition is an '82 Datsun 200sx. This car has a the Z22E motor, 5 speed transmission and rear wheel drive. Thanks to Lynne A. for allowing us to get her first new car on the road again.
Built 340, full roll cage, aluminum dash, and some serious attitude. This car will be for sale in the near future...
Joe Dirte would be proud!
This Mustang II has definitely seen better days. It sat for many years in a barn until we saved it from the scrap yard and passed it on to it's next owner.
This poor German sat sadly on the side of Rt. 22 for a long time before we made a donation to the previous owner. The fuel injection system was a mess and the exhaust was filled with acorns. Thanks to hard work and the guys on TheSamba.com, we were able to get her up and running and on to the next owners!
Another beauty just sitting on the side of a NJ highway until we saved it. With all new brakes and a new exhaust system for the 3.5L V8, the Cut got a second chance and now cruises along happily somewhere in NJ!
Got this Olds after it had been sitting for a while in a parking lot near a church. A 425 cubic inch Super Rocket powered this boat along with a TH-400 transmission and some eBay hub caps added a bit of class.