Classic American


Picture walking into a 40,000 sq ft facility with an array of classic cars and trucks that range from showroom stock muscle cars to 1000+ horsepower pick-ups with turbochargers sticking out of the hood. Imagine the smell of leather being formed into seats and the sound of TIG welders bonding metal together. In the same building, paint and body experts are putting the finishing touches to a customer’s dream build. This custom car fantasy land exists, and it’s called Classic Car Studio.

The instant someone sets foot into Classic Car Studio (CCS) and sees what this restoration

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