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Black Beauty Rolls

After working on mostly classic Italian sports cars over the past few years Steve and Beau are working on our latest restoration, which dwarfs a Dino. This Rolls Royce Corniche has a surface area that is nearly double that of a Dino Ferrari and the height of it is almost twice as high as a Lamborghini Miura. Regardless of the size of this classic luxury car the results to the finish couldn’t be finer.

See for yourself in these photos. Make note of the “special” technique Steve is using as he buffs the roof.



In The News

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Imagine my surprise when I was asked by Automobile Magazine reporter Ronald Ahrens to be interviewed for an article about the Clenet for his article on neoclassic cars in the magazine’s January 2016 issue. I was even more surprised when I saw the article. It’s a great story about neoclassic cars and most especially about the Clenet – a car I had the great pleasure of working on in my youth.

I hope you have a chance to pick up an Automobile Magazine. The January issue is already on newsstands.

Ferrari Dino 246s – Blue Chiarro Dino Photos

We had a brief moment of time before the Blue Chiarro Dino was shipped off to its owner in order to take a few photos. It turned out great!

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Ferrari Dino 246 GT – Blu Chiaro Metallizzato

Some updated photos of this beauty. I love this original color.


Ferrari Dino 246 GT – Blu Chiaro


Just pulled this Ferrari Dino 246 GT out of the spray booth. This original Blu Chiaro is a most gorgeous, vibrant and stunningly beautiful color. This photo was taken before we color sanded and buffed the car. I’ll post more when it’s reassembled.

The Dino Project “Dreams”

You can follow all the updates on this particular restoration project at The Dino Project or ‘like’ us on Facebook (The Dino Project). In the meantime, enjoy this video.

Passing It On

One of the greatest pleasures a man has is to work shoulder-to-shoulder with his son. I have most recently enjoyed the process of working alongside my son, Nicholas, on his newly acquired 1973 Camaro. It’s not a full restoration but rather a “freshening up” of sorts. Working together with Nick I’m able to pass on a little of my experience. It’s been a real treat! We just got it in paint last week and now he’s learning what it takes to restore the parts to his car…. a lot of elbow grease!

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