Want to own a classic but have it modern safety items, electronics, air conditioning and powertrain? Restomoding is what you are looking for.
Has the miles and years past put a toll on your pride an joy? We offer full in house restoration. Our services range from dropping the car off to us and driving away with a fully restored car or truck to simple items like general maintenance and tune ups.
Always wanted an GM LS3 in your Toyota Prius? How about a Coyote or Voodoo modular Ford in your BMW? Your dream it up and we will do the hard work of making it work.
We can help with your tuning needs and offer Holly, HP Tuners, SCT and Factory ECM tuning solutions. Want to know how much power your car or truck in putting down to the pavement? We offer Dyno pulls to find out your true wheel horsepower and torque on our Dynojet 248X capable of measuring up to 2000 Horsepower at up to 200 MPH!
Looking for help with Roll cages, custom headers, custom turbo intake or exhaust? We do a wide range of welding and fabrication. We use MIG, TIG and other welding processes depending on the application and metal being used.
Want to follow what builds are currently underway at the SHOP Automotive? Bookmark this page and check back often. We try to post updates to both our social media pages and here once per week. It may currently look like we ford car & truck crazy but don't worry it's just want's going on currently. We love all cars and trucks equally except the Toyota Prius (unless you'll let us swap in a big america V8?).
What started life as a simple 1965 Ford F100 standard cab long bed powered by a inline 6 and a c6 automatic will soon be a canyon carving, twin turbo charged small block ford powered beast! Click on the link below to see the projects history and current status.
Pure Americana re-imagined via a Restomod project. This 1955 2 owner Ford Customline sedan is getting a FE390 and C6 to replace it's tired Y block
This is a partial restoration project trying to get this F250 back to it's former glory of 1970.
From a inline 6 trailblazer to a modernized Coyote powered full restoration every nut bolt and part will be addressed in this build
We keep our clients projects close to the vest and never use their builds to boost our reputation unless they specifically give us permission to do so. The below build are a small sampling of the work we have performed over the years.
1965 Mustang Coupe Restomod "Chili Pepper": Full Griggs suspension IFS / 3 link rear suspension conversion, complete rotisserie restoration powered by a Ford SB 347 with a T trim Vortech supercharger through a fully custom build T5 billet gear transmission. The car posted a 11.1 sec quarter mile even though it was built as an open track car.
Factory five 65 Coupe "Falcon One": Full Factory Five build powered by a SHOP Automotive Twin turbo in house build Ford Coyote engine producing 900+ rwhp and a building foundation tearing torque number. This is one of the fastest cars I’ve ever driven and though the owner requested no stats be posted about his build I can say it is faster than 90% of the super cars with a price tag of 1 million plus.
1970 F250 "Henry": A “Rust”-o-mod project. Per the customers request we made we left the exterior appearance alone leaving it with the look of most non re-painted 70’s era Nebraska farm truck while making it run like a modern car with a nice interior. Starting life as a 1970 Ford F250 HighBoy it was fitted with a new custom chassis with ABS and Traction control. Henry is powered by a SHOP Ford 385 based block displacing 605cid equipped with a SHOP tuned Holley fuel injected engine producing 772 rwhp on pump gas. The interior is 100% custom from our Plano, TX based interior shop featuring a worn saddle leather look. With a custom Vintage air HVAC system, the cab is always comfy no matter the time of year.
1968 Corvette Stingray “Silent Killer”: One of our EV conversions that utilized the high performance Tesla P85 drive motor, trans-axle and batteries programmed through EV Wests drive train management systems. With a curb weight of just 3100 pounds this “Silent Killer” was amazingly fast. The owners best ¼ mile run so far was 9.92et. Outside of the ev conversion and custom battery enclosure we fabricated a chromoly tube roll cage and build a custom IRS suspension around the Tesla trans-axle.
1969 Mustang Fastback “Howler”: Our largest fabrication project ever, the Howler is a mid-engine conversion. The shear about of man hours that went into this was staggering but the results were “breath taking” according to our customer. Powered by a heavily modified VooDoo 5.2L Ford equipped with a complete Holly EFI system and an SHOP twin turbo system this rocket of a fastback laid down 1488 rwhp on 100% ethanol. Putting the power to the ground was the hardest part of packaging this. We were able to fit a custom Porsche G35 transmission and IRS suspension with a cantilevered inboard coil over allowing massive 345 tires in the rear. We are sure this car would have won a SEMA battle of the builders top award if our customer had allowed us to enter it into the competition
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