1958 Chevy Viking. This classic belongs to New England Truck Master. This truck is mint, but hasn’t run in many years. Our job was to get it driveable. We are almost complete. Here is a short list on what we accomplished: Powder coated 6 wheels, replaced 6 split rim tires, all brake hydraulics had to be rebuilt or made, installed a new fuel tank, Carb & fuel pump rebuilt, new upholstery on the seat and visor, repaired the signal lights, replaced 4 headlights. Detail the engine compartment and more. Chris I know it’s been a while, but it will be worth it.
This really nice 1957 Dodge Power Wagon came to us to build a new exhaust system. Mike fabricated a new crossover pipe. Then the customer brought it down to complete it. Mike did a really nice job. We also had to repair the brakes.
This 1964 Ford Thunderbolt has a 427 side Oiler with a 4 speed. Car came in with a nasty oil leak. Water pump, expansion tank and carburetors were also leaking. We thought the rear main seal was leaking. When we removed the transmission we found a leaking oil plug. Sealed the plug and sent the transmission out for reseal. Coolant and carburetor leaks were repaired as needed and the car is completed. Nicely done !