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 firstname.lastname@example.org or call (920)326-9314 to discuss your project needs.
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.
1951 Ford Custom Convertible
1 family, 1 dream, 1 incredible transformation! The '51 Ford was driven across the country racking up over 100,000 before the family parked it in a shed on their farm. Over the year many layers of dust and debris accumulated on the Ford convertible before she was unburied and brought to our shop. A complete frame off restoration including interior, body and paint and mechanical rebuild of the original Flathead V-8 and transmission was underway. The results are jaw dropping. A new generation of the same family who bought this car new in 1951, can now enjoy the convertible for decades to come.
1965 Ford Galaxie 500 XL Fastback
This shop builder arrived as 2 rusted yard cars, and became 1 incredible restoration! In this frame off restoration, we took the frame, engine and chassis parts from one Ford Galaxie and the body from another, then did a complete rebuild on the 390, plus new electrical, cooling, exhaust, brakes, steering, suspension and fuel systems. Sheet metal repair and panel alignment followed, and it's all topped off with a red and white paint job, new wheels, and re-plated chrome. This was a huge project! The car was sold in 2015 to a Ford collector in the Virginia area