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Your classic vehicle is an investment. It may even be a member of the family. At Driven Restorations LLC we take pride in providing honest, professional restoration and maintenance services for classic cars and trucks. Our customers come first. That's why we provide you with the best products, highest quality finishes and professional restoration services to fit your needs.

Our work says it all. See some examples of completed projects in our gallery, then email us at drivenrestorations@gmail.com or call (920)326-9314 to discuss your project needs.

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1936 Buick Special 40

There's nothing like the body lines on the mid-30's Buick. After several years in storage this car arrived in our care, and in many pieces. The owner's goal is to have this car back to original style, with a rumble seat added to the truck area. The original engine is re-built, the chassis components are fully re-built and assembled, and now the paint and body work continues as we locate numerous rare parts to piece this Buick together. This restoration is still in progress. Stop back to see more photos!

1949 Buick Special Series 40 Sedan

Straight from the farm in Oklahoma came the big black Buick. All original right down to the engine bay and the red clay covering every surface on the car. The original Straight 8, 248 CI engine and 3 speed transmission are still in their places even the 6 volt battery looks original. This frame off restorations is on track for Spring 2019 completion

1949 Chevy 3100 Pickup

See the transformation of this customer owned 1949 Chevrolet 3100 pickup. This Chevy truck received a complete frame off restoration and mechanical re-build. The truck boasts it's original bed boards, glass and steering wheel, and even has the correct radio and interior finishes. Although mostly stock, to improve city drive-ability, disc brakes replaced the original drums, the gas tank was re-located to beneath the bed, and a new radiator was installed to more efficiently cool the re-built, original 216 c.i. engine. Always a conversation piece the Chevy is driven seasonally on the roads of Wisconsin and to every show it has ever attended.