Here is my 1995 GMC Sonoma. It has a LT1 383 engine and a T56 6-speed manual transmission. Dropped spindles, and oversize brakes.
This is a 1962 Beetle that is in mint condition. I have since sold it but it was one of cleanest and most original Beetles I have ever seen.
Sold this Jeep in the summer of 2013 and sure wish i had it back. It is a 1948 CJ2A that runs and drives.
1998 GMC Sonoma Pro-Street
I started with a totally stock 98 Sonoma pickup. Removed the 4 cylinder and replaced it with a small block Chevy and 350 automatic transmission. The front tires are 165/80-15 mounted on 15x4 Weld Pro-Star wheels. The rears are 33x21.50x15 Mickey Thompson Sportsmans on 15x15 Weld Pro-Star wheels.
1923 T-Bucket Roadster
I started this project in August of 2010 and with the exception of the interior it is now complete (2011). It is a 1923 Ford T-Bucket with a 350 SBC (approx. 450 HP), Powerglide transmission, Jaguar rear end and is super fast & fun to drive. Thanks to my dad for all the help.
This is a 1972 Super Beetle. I built a full tube chassis, narrowed 9" rear end, 406 SBC Stroker motor.
1965 Chevy Pickup
This is was my first vehicle. I bought it from the original owner and was completely stock except for the paint. It was a great running and driving truck and i sure miss it.
1970 Chevelle Malibu
This was the second car i ever owned. I bought it from the original owner with only 79K original miles. It was super clean and all original.
1962 Impala Super Sport
This was the 3rd car i ever owned. My dad found it locally for sale and bought it on the spot. It was a restored 1962 Impala SS with buckets, console, PS, PB, A/C. It had a good running 327 V8 with a Powerglide transmission. It was White with red interior and drove like a dream. This is one i really miss.
1972 Chevelle Malibu
This is another one of my many Chevelles. This one was in original condition when i bought it. After some bright red paint, Weld Superlite wheels and a few other minor improvements it was perfect.
1955 Chevy Bel-Air
Here is another project car i bought that i was not able to complete. This car was in pretty rough shape body wise. It needed a great deal of metal work but overall it was complete and ran. Sold it to a friend that did a frame off and and eventually completed it.
1959 Apache Fleetside Pickup
I bought this truck with a blown engine. I replaced the engine, drove it for a short time and sold it. It needed a good deal more work than just a new engine. It looked decent from the outside but mechanically it needed pretty much a complete overhaul.
1983 Hurst/Olds 15th Anniversary
I actually traded the 59 Apache (above) for this car. It was a high mileage car but overall it looked cool and i had always wanted a 1983 Hurst/Olds. I overlooked the small issues that it needed and enjoyed it as much as i could before i sold it.
1988 GTA Trans-Am
This was an AWESOME car in every sense of the word. It looked killer and it would fly! It was super fast and all i ever did to it was keep it clean. I wound up selling it because i really could not afford it at the time and i let my eyes overload my wallet.
Below is one of many Chevelle's I have owned and restored over the years. This is a 1972 one owner that had only 70K original miles. It was a bone stock Malibu that i stripped down and rebuilt back up as a SS clone. This car was in mint condition and looked awesome once I finished the restoration. This is definitely one I wish I had back.
Below is a 1969 Chevy C10 that started out to be a Pro Street truck. I installed a narrowed Ford 9" rear with disc brakes, 33x21.5x15 Mickey Thompson tires and 15x15 Convo-Pro wheels, 402 CI Big Block Chevy. I sold it before i completed it and not real sure what happened to it after that. Last i heard it was in the Dallas, Texas area.
This is a 1957 Chevy pickup that my dad bought as pretty much a basket case. It took us over ten years to rebuild this truck and make it what you see here. It had a 1969 model 396 Big Block, TH400 Transmission, Jaguar rear end, Dakota digital dash, PS, PB, A/C, Electric windows, and numerous other improvements. Dad sold this truck a few years ago and i believe the truck is still in the Houston, Texas area and still winning every car show it goes to.
1923 T-Bucket (Dad's)
Dad scratch built this bucket in the mid 70's and it was also a show winner. It was sold in 1980 in Jackson, Ms and i have been on the hunt to find it for the last several years. I would love to find the car and get it back for him. He put 3 years of meticulous detail in building this car.
This was Dad's pride & joy, 1967 Corvette Stingray. It had the original 427 BBC and 4-speed. This car was originally a 427/435HP big block engine with 3 deuces but the previous owner installed a single 4 barrel carburetor. This car was immaculate in every way possible, of course i was very young when Dad flew to California to get it but i remember it like it was yesterday.