Z Car Source Restorations - Misc. Restoration and Repair

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  1. 1956 Mercedes 190SL Convertible Restoration - A very different project!

    While showcasing some of our restoration projects, in the background, you may have noticed a red convertible, specifically, a 1956 Mercedes 190SL.  This particular gem...

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  2. Goodbye 2020 - A Year in Review

    With the new year giving us all a fresh start, we wanted to take a moment to ponder the crazy year we all know as “2020”.  A lot went on in our busy Restoration shop, much more that we had the time or energy to post about.  So while we brought you some in depth information on a few of our projects, many more beauties left our building quietly.  We thought we would touch on just a few of those.

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  3. Introducing, The Gold Medallion!

    Over the years, we have had the pleasure of working on many different vehicles, with many different dreams in mind.  From OEM Restorations to completely Custom designs, we have done it all.  Our projects range is size and scope, all unique in their own right.  But every once in a while, we come across...

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  4. Grandpa's Ford F100 Truck - Always bet on black!

    Over the past few posts, we have walked you though the journey of the 1958 Ford F100 farm truck we have been working on. It's come a long way...

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  5. Grandpa's Ford F100 Truck - and we keep on truckin'!

    It's been many moons now since we first introduced you to Grandpa’s truck. Our customer’s Grandfather’s 1958 Ford F100 came to us a rolling shell of a farm truck with no engine, transmission or interior to speak of.  We were tasked with making it a modern fun truck to drive, all while keeping with its heritage.

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  6. Something a little different - Cruising In Grandpa's Pickup

    With each vehicle we restore, we always like to make them “turn heads” when you see them.  Restoring an old farm truck is no different.  The first head turns were a bit abnormal, in this instance, as we found ourselves cruising up and down the street in front of the shop.  As we are going through the learning process on the fuel injection controller installed on this 1958 Ford F-100 Pickup, we find a few glances headed our way.  But, unlike most of our test drives, it was not due to the polish of the chrome and the shine of the new paint job.  In Grandpa’s truck’s case, it may have been the Nascar level of audio from the exhaust system, or that we were driving with no fenders or hood.  Our guess is it was a little bit of both. 

     

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