To give you an idea of what we can do at Bill’s Auto Restoration- here are some before and after photos of a few of our projects. You can’t fully appreciate the final product until you see what we started with.
1971 Super Beetle that had been in storage for many years.
This is essentially a new VW mechanically and cosmetically.
A very original 1956 Ford Customline that someone had started to work on then gave up.
A beautiful cruiser with an amazing amount of original pieces still on it.
A rare 1951 Ford panel truck with all the original sheet metal but pretty rough.
Full mechanical, electrical and body restoration. Now Bill and Sandy’s shop truck !
1973 VW Thing that had been chopped up to use as a hunting buggy.
Restored back to original along with some updates and custom touches.
1967 GTO in pretty much original condition but what a rust-bucket !
After a nut and bolt, body-off show quality restoration. A lot of the original parts were restored and reused.
1964 Impala SS rolling shell. The car had been stripped down and mutilated by another shop.
Beautiful, show quality car with a seriously nasty 409 motor under the hood.
1987 Mitsubishi van rusted out from the roof to the floor. Roof was basically held on by gravity.
After some major steel replacement, body reconstruction and an overall cosmetic resto.
For you serious motor-heads – A Ford Ranger with a stock 4.0 liter motor about to enter the world of crazy…
Same truck with a fuel injected and supercharged 5.0 liter V-8. Lots of custom stuff to make this work. The engine dyno’d at 550 crankshaft hp with 12 psi from a Vortec V-2 blower. Note that the truck is still running AC !
The 1967 El Camino came in with a lot of rust damage and bad patches
It is now a beautiful looking and sounding machine!
Not bad for 47 years old
The 1970 Datsun Pickup doesn’t look like much now…