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.
1969 Chevy Nova SS
After a summer of smoky cruising around the Southern WI roads, it was obvious there were a few things in need of attention under the hood of this numbers matching '69 Nova SS. We found several broken piston rings hiding inside the block. A complete engine re-build, engine bay refinishing, new wheels, new wiring harness, LED analog gauges, louder mufflers, seat repair and a couple other mechanical maintenance items were completed over the winter. Now, this Nova is ready to run!
1970 4th Quarter Nova SS
Meet the 4th Quarter Nova. Named this because we are putting the FOURTH quarter on the car and we are her last hope for a new life on the road! Purchased from a dealership in Georgia. Professionally inspected by an independent party and then shipped to it's owner in WI, you would expect this once "fully restored" Nova SS to be in pristine condition. But a few small problems kept popping up. While looking into an oil leak, the owner did some additional investigating and discovered a completely rotted out body mount and spray foam to hide it at the front passenger side of the body. That was just the beginning. He tore down the car and uncovered a mess of botch repairs and a badly wrecked body with damaged structure that was repaired just enough to hide it and get the car sold. Luckily, we can fix it CORRECTLY. Watch as we bring this Nova back to life again
1970 Dodge Charger R/T 440-6
This Mopar arrived as a bit of a basket case. A conversion van seat, holes in the roof, a gutted interior, a 318 under the hood, lots of filler and very questionable brakes and steering components meant that this muscle car demanded a complete restoration from the ground up. Although not an original R/T code car, this Charger looks the part and sounds like the monster Mopar's are known to be. Now painted Plum Crazy Purple, powered by a 440ci engine topped with a 6-pack and finished off with headers and pypes dual exhaust, heads turn every time this classic is started up. Add to the build list a rebuilt posi Dana 60, new disc brakes, P/S, P/B, new automatic transmission, re-built original A/C and heater box, all new steering and suspension and entirely re-done interior with leather seats and you'll be in love the moment you meet this beauty.