Our hot rod shop started with a personal interest in car customization and the restoration of Street Rods, Rat Rods, and Hotrods. Owner, Mark Eddins, had several vehicles going through the classic restoration process and was not satisfied with the quality of work he was receiving from other custom hot rod shops.
A decision was made to start our own shop so we could work on these personal car customization projects and ensure the best possible end result. We were not exactly open to the public at that point, the work coming out of the hot rod shop was strictly for personal projects as well as the projects for friends, coworkers and family members. As time went on and more projects were completed, customers were coming to us asking if we could do work on their street rod, rat rod and hot rod customization and restoration projects, so we said why not?
As our hot rod shop has continued to grow over the years, we are now the most reputable one stop rat rod, street rod and custom hot rod Shop in Texas. With Skilled artisans, Master Mechanics, and Master Craftsmen, classic car enthusiasts all kinds seek us out knowing we can make their dream car just how they want it. When you come to us for any car customization or classic restoration project, you will know that we will take your dream to heights you never thought possible. We promise 100% satisfaction from big projects to small projects! We perform all types of car customization from parts to paint, body work to interior and auto upholstery, etc. No shipping your rat rod, street rod or hot rod from shop to shop, we customize it to fit your dream to the “T” all in one convenience place.
We are located in the Southern Dallas Fort Worth area on a secure 9 acre lot. This gives us all the space we need to accommodate for any number of classic restoration projects going on at any given time. You will never have to worry about being in good hands because we are the best One Stop Shop car customization hot rod shop around. We keep you up to date on your project through our Latest News and we show you the classic restoration process of your vehicle so you can follow your very own build. How awesome is that?