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
Not that I like my picture taken, but the reflection on this Bird is so darn pretty I had to post it!
Picked up the 70 Hemi Cuda we did a few years ago to stretch it’s legs at a car show – the GoodGuys PPG Nationals in Columbus, Ohio. Was nice to see it out again.
The Cuda was selected as the “Mopar Muscle Pick” of the event.
I don’t know if it was the heat or what, but this is the first show where we heard multiple times that the Cuda looked good enough to eat – that it looked like candy. We definitely agree, this Cuda’s paint and body work DOES make your mouth water…
See 1970 Hemi Cuda Gallery
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.
Meguiar’s Magnificent Masterpiece Award
Apex wins the Meguiar’s Magnificent Masterpiece award at this years Chicagoland Nats. This is the first year we’ve attended a Good Guys show and had a very warm welcome! Thanks to the Good Guys event for selecting us for the Meguiar’s Masterpiece award!
See 1970 Hemi Cuda Gallery Goodguys Chicagoland Nationals
1st Place Hemi Class
Apex winds 1st Place in E-body Hemi Class at Monster Mopar! This was our first year attenting this car show, as we’re usually attending the Forge Invitational in Tennessee. Due to the shows changing their dates this year, we were able to attend! Glad we did, we love trophies!See 1970 Hemi Cuda Gallery Monster Mopar
“Putting the Pieces Back Together”
Apex Auto and Andrew White featured in Mopar Collector Guide January 2010 issue.
Featured in the article is our 1970 Cuda convertible restoration and the infamous story of how one of the nation’s largest restoration shops comes tumbling down.
Winner of People’s Choice Award at local car show!
Every year a local automotive shop puts together a car show filled with music, food, and cars of all kinds! This year we decided to take the purple Hemi Cuda to show off it’s completion and we were surprised with the People’s Choice Award! Thanks FA!See 1970 Hemi Cuda Gallery
From The Forge Invitational Muscle Car Show
Andrew White came out from Wisconsin with this great newly-restored 1970 Hemi ‘Cuda in Plum Crazy paint; the Apex Autosports work received a lot of attention as the premier E-body on the premises.
See 1970 Hemi Cuda Gallery MoparMax