Project Cars

 1959 El Camino

1959 El Camino

This 1959 El Camino has been in the owner's collection for 10 years. It took just over 2 years to complete and was fixed up to be a driver—it logs between 7-10k miles  year 

What was done: Put in V8 engine with automatic overdrive transmission  //  Bodywork + floor pans  //  Fixed the frame  //  Metal flake paint (lots of hours)  //  Fix and repair stainless steel trim  //  Powersteering  //  Air conditioning

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1971 MGB

Nicknamed "The Barbie Car" — Richard made a deal with his oldest daughter — "You can have it if you fix it." The father/daughter project started when she was in 8th grade and completed just in time for her wedding.

What was done: Replaced engine  // Metallic paint with ghost flames

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1949 Studebaker

This 1949 Studebaker is a current project for the owner's youngest daughter. A small block Chevy engine was put in with automatic transmission.

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Roadmaster Bike

This Vintage Roadmaster Discoverer bike was custom painted to match the owner's 1949 Studebaker pickup truck. 

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1948 Chevy Coupe

This car was purchased when the owner, Richard was in high school (1979) for $50. It has been a symbol for Sitzman Repair ever since, and has been in lots of car shows as a fun driver. 

What was done: Put in a Buick V8  //  Switched out later to a 327 Chevy engine  //  Turbo 400 Transmission  //  Painted with ghost flames

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1960 Studebaker

This Studebaker was purchased in driving condition. 

What was done:  Minor mechanical repairs  //  Replaced transmission  //  Rims and tires

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2011 Nissan Cube

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Kid's Airplane

 

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