We are a full service restoration facility located at the “Crossroads of America” Terre Haute, IN or as I like to call it “Exit 7″. We have a 7,500 square foot shop that is capable of taking in a complete rustbucket and returning a fully restored automobile without it ever leaving the facility. We focus mainly on British cars from the 50s, 60s and 70s. Common marques you’ll find queued up for restoration at our place are MG, Triumph, Jaguar, Austin Healey, Riley and the like. But we work on whatever we find unique and interesting. Some of the non-British marques you’ll currently find loafing around are:


  • 1929 REO Flying Cloud
  • 1956 Jeep FC150
  • 1946 Willys CJ-2a
  • 1969 Buick GS400 Convertible
  • 1961 Nash Metropolitan (made by Austin Motors in England for Nash Motorcars in the USA)
  • Early 60s Redfish (18 ft fiberglass boat with an outboard motor and big Cadilliac style fins on the back)
  • 1972 Rectrans Discoverer RV (If you can imagine, it is a motorhome that looks like the front half of the space shuttle)


This is the shop manager Emma. She keeps us in line and working hard. She also makes sure the water and food bowls are kept empty and clean and chases squirrels for exercise. She does get a bit grumpy when it’s bath day though.


Service Territory

Just because we are located in the midwest US doesn’t mean we only do local work. Many of the vehicles we restore come from other regions. Our current record is an MGA from Portland, OR. Once we have been commissioned by a client we begin research on the specific vehicle being restored. So feel free to ship us an automobile from any location, even from overseas. We also offer in house projects worldwide so if you are looking for that elusive 1962 Austin Healey 3000 tri-carb and you live in Luxemborg, shoot us an e-mail. We can work with anyone, anywhere to bring their car back to life.

See the Contact Us page for ways to get ahold of us and begin work on your dream car.

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