We are pleased to announce that our recent 1970 Hemi Superbird restoration was selected to take part in the The Pinehurst Concours d’Elegance! This inaugural event will host a hand-selected 118 elite examples of historic vehicles May 3-5, 2013 in Pinehurst, NC.
See 1970 Hemi Superbird Gallery
Last week we spent a week on the road delivering a 1977 Trans Am to it’s home in North Carolina and then picking up a ’71 Cuda convert project from New York! Stay posted for updates and photos!
Not that I like my picture taken, but the reflection on this Bird is so darn pretty I had to post it!
This is the final sand & buff for this ‘Bird. We couldn’t be more excited to get her all done and show her at MCACN this year!
Our 1970 Hemi Superbird will be on display in the Aero Warriors Invitational Display at the Muscle Car & Corvette Nationals (MCACN) in Chicago (Nov 17-18). This will be the very first time this Superbird has been on display for the public so we are very excited!See 1970 Hemi Superbird Gallery Here
Picked up the GT350 from being dipped this week. We are so ready to start rolling on this project! Stay tuned for progress pics and updates!
We are very anxious for this GT350 to be back from the dipper so we can get to work!!
Apex is sponsoring local Sprint Car racer, Andy Klumb. He’s been racing for 5+ years and part of the sprint car community for 25.
We wish him the best of luck this 2012 season!
Checkout this Challenger T/A that showed up today!
This Challenger was the first 1970 Challenger T/A ever sold. Wow.
385hp w/ 410tq baseline dyno pulls. Stay tuned for updated numbers after some fun mods.
Look what we get to play with now!! Andrew’s favorite body style AND the color of his 1969 Superbee!
Hopefully you’ve noticed the change in our website!
We launched our revamped website using a more modern blog layout to help bring you the latest news and updates at the shop! We also streamlined our client login area for easier access and a totally user-friendly experience!
1971 Hemi Cuda fender… or not.
This is the number one reason to choose a quality restoration shop. It might cost a little more, but at least you get what you’re paying for.
The value in this one fender decreased by about $1,100 in just the time it took to strip it down.
Notice how the 71 cuda fender gilles are hacked into the fender, instead of them being stamped there from the factory.
See these two pictures of a real 1971 Hemi Cuda fender for comparison.