The Arrival Documentation
|1959 Dodge Sierra Spectator Wagon
We begin with a complete photo documentation(and often video) of the the vehicle as it sits. But we don't settle for "just pictures"
. We hit every angle. Catch every single spot on the car that has character and appeal. After all, just because it's here for work does not mean that it does not inherently contain some unique beauty. during the initial arrival it's not an unusual sight to find me laying on the asphalt taking pictures as Steve discusses ideas for paint color and interior finishes with the owners.
|1965 Galaxie 500 XL
IN PROGRESS DOCUMENTATION:
|1970 Roadrunner prep work
|1951 Ford Body, after media blasting
|1979 Ford Thunderbird: Paint-before buff and polish
|1991 Chevy Camaro: Repaint, aftermarket hood
|1963 Ford Galaxie Convertible Interior: Completion Photo
|1977 Mustang II Cobra Completion Photo
The process truly is our passion. Luckily while Steve is so busy working on the cars, perfecting the paint and the finishes, my joy is found in documenting Steve's passion for what he does which can be found under every hood and behind every coat of paint. The mirror-like finishes that result in the photo's are no accident. It's a result of the hours spent on the metal and prep work that lies under the final finishes. The results make driving the cars, using them for photos, and talking to strangers even more fun for our customers and ourselves. Because restoring and photographing your dream, is our dream as well.
|1949 Chevy Truck: paint reflection
|Old Time '49
Thank you to all of our customers for granting us permission to photograph their cars and share their project's transformation with the world.