Here’s a fun recent project of ours. It’s a GT40 kiddie ride we built this fall. For a change of pace we listed it in the Mecum Kissimmee auction in January. It was a great experience, their auction and staff are first class all the way. We look forward to doing it again in the […]
For the Power Car Junior fans out there. This is a fun one due to the rarity of it. The trailer is extremely difficult to come by. This is where the Mystic Co. started in their electric child’s car endeavor. Later morphing into licensing agreements with the Automakers to produce the Thunderbirds, Fury’s etc. Included […]
Here’s a few photos for our Open House. We couldn’t have been happier with the turnout. It was fantastic getting to visit with many new and familiar faces. Thanks to all who participated!
Another fun project in the books. Keep an eye out in Sturgeon Bay/Door County Wisconsin for the Dilly Wagon this summer 1952 Cushman Truckster ice cream wagon. 8hp motor with electric start, 3speed trans with reverse. All the bells and whistles on rig!
Hi folks, it’s time to celebrate a momentous occasion, our 50th +1 anniversary! Bring your old car, truck, tractor, scooter, or motorcycle to our Open house/Car and Coffee on May 14. We are permitted to use the municipal parking lot to the north of our shop for a small car show and gathering. I also […]
Here is a 1920’s Fredricks vintage drafting table and stool. We were able to pick it right here in McHenry and sell it to an engineering firm, we can’t wait to see how they display it. It will be in the perfect setting!
Parnelli Jones 1/4 midget dime store kiddie ride.
Here is a 1966 Mustang Jr. we recently restored to match our customer’s real 1966 Mustang, unfortunately at this time I do not have pictures of them side by side, maybe someday.
Delivered one of the rarest and in my opinion, one of the coolest Coca-Cola machines we have ever restored! I will post pictures again when our customer has the coke bottles in the lower racks.
Here is Boss blu hot camping stove we recently restored. It was never used and still in its original crate when our customer gave it to us for restoration. The only bummer was, the original instructions were in the oven but mice ate them, unfortunately. The legs also slide off so it could be easily […]