Racecar Restoration Services
Our goal is to build the race car within your budget. From simply new fuel lines and a good nut and bolt check to a ground up restoration we have the team to complete your project. Building a new race car or restoring an old one we are looking to fuel our clients passion for racing.
Pre-War Cars – pre WWII, These cars rare enough that many ages and types may be grouped together to fill a grid but getting parts can require complete machining and fabrication.
Small Production Sports Cars – these make up the bulk of the fields; MGAs, Sprites, Minis, Triumphs, etc. Beginner friendly.
Medium Production Sports Cars – slightly faster but still inexpensive to prepare and race; Austin Healeys, Sunbeams, Triumphs, Porsches.
Large Production Sports Cars – the heavyweights of production racing; Corvettes, Mustangs, Jaguars, later Porsches.
Historic Stock Cars, Sedans and Trans-Am Cars – An important part of racing history: fast, safe and straightforward.
FIA World Championship and GTP Cars – the big fast prototypes that ran LeMans, Monza, Daytona, from Ferrari, Porsche, Ford, Mazda, Maserati, McLaren, Jaguar.
Sports Racing Cars (large) – purpose built, two seat, usually open, race cars from the 1950s 450S Maserati to Lola Can-Am cars of the 1960s. These competed in great series including the Canadian American Challenge Cup (Can-Am) Series and the United States Road Racing Championship (USRRC). Fast and expensive then, fast and expensive now. Such cars were built by Lola, Lotus, McLaren, Ferrari, March, etc.
Sports Racing Cars (small) – the fast but friendly two seat race car; Lotus Eleven, Lotus 23, Elva 7, Porsche 550. These competed in amateur races and the USRRC.
Formula Cars – open wheel cars built to a strict formula; F-Vee, FC, FB, F2, F Atlantic, F-5000, and F Jr. There were both pro and amateur series. Each Formula is unique. They range from expensive, F-5000, to inexpensive, F-Vee.
Grand Prix or Formula One and Historic Champ/Indy – the ultimate open-wheel, single seat racers. Most F1 cars are expensive to buy, expensive to race and require an experienced driver. The Champ/Indy Cars range from very early, 1905, to recent, with every aspect varying greatly – from expense to speed and skill required.
Aeroquip Performance Hoses & Fittings
We stock Aeroquip Performance hoses and fittings. Our race engineers test each hose length and fitting tolerance to stringent factors of safety. Hoses and fittings are tested to work together as an assembly, ensuring a proper fit.