Joe DeJesus – if the name itself doesn’t grab your attention his ability to take on projects – be it one-off or self designed motorcycles; vintage automobile(s) – or iconic Las Vegas spectacular signage display(s) – Wynn; Palazzo; Venetian; etc… Joe has the ability to step back; understand the scope as a whole and systematically takes control of the project from start to finish with un-presented perfection to detail. Joe is a licensed and qualified fabricator/electrician and has exceedingly high Read More

David is a hands on restorer that is passionate about the history behind each car. He researches the past before starting a project and is engaged personally into every project. His shop is small, but his work is huge. David is very humble but is incredibly knowledgeable on 250 and 275 series Ferraris and is the go to guy for these cars.

Lee & Neil (brothers) are the most meticulous restorers of Porsche 356 cars. They perform all of the restoration work themselves (in the old family barn) and their depth of knowledge and restoration skills are beyond compare. They are patient, calm and exceptionally generous with their time and will stop and answer questions and offer advice to anyone who asks for it. They spent most of their time at the last Porsche 356 Holiday fixing entrant’s cars for free. I Read More

Terry has a consistent 20 plus year record producing award winning, concours correct restorations. His upholstery and mechanical partners are held to his high standards. His exceptional paintwork clearly sets his cars apart from other restorers.

Chris Vallone’s strength is in his energy, his love for cars and his total willingness to share his knowledge with others. He makes classic car ownership approachable for everyone. He works very hard to restore cars in an exacting manner, constantly improving his methods and techniques and freely passing his knowledge on to others. His passion for perfection is, happily, contagious.

I encourage you to speak with Chris, I am certain you find my assessment of him and the Read More

Nate is instrumental in the ongoing renown of White Post Restorations in recent years, having been involved in several of their award-winning projects, such as the 1936 SS Jaguar, Best of Show Winner at the inaugural 2018 Greenbriar (WV) Concours (which Keith Martin awarded in person), and two recent Amelia Island Concours Manufacturers Award – winning cars, both Lincoln Continental Mark II’s. Nate is an all-around talent who is capable of handling any phase of mechanical or upholstery work on Read More

Bill is the epitome of the one man shop. For 45 years, he has made a career out maintaining and restoring just original 289 and 427 Cobra’s, with a few significant GT40’s and Cobra Daytona Coupes thrown in as well. He does it all, p[arts milling, English wheel, motor builds, dyno tests, paint and upholstery. He is a walking encyclopedia of all things Shelby. Also having raced them in period and all over the world in vintage. He has quietly Read More

Tim is a dedicated machinist. His work has been invaluable in restoring Ferrari engines.

David lives, breathes, bleeds, feels, understands, knows, saves; and, most importantly, loves Jaguars. He’s worked on Jaguars his entire life. He does not do this because it is a business, but because he is passionate about doing the marque the right way, to honor the design and technical standards of how these vehicles evolved. His paint is artwork. His mechanical know-how unchallenged. He worked on my 1969XKE 12,000 mile survivor car; and he knew exactly what we needed to do Read More

If you want a mechanic, go elsewhere. If you want a consultant, keep looking. If you want a broker, search online. But if you want all three, Steve’s your guy. His mechanical expertise is beyond reproach. He didn’t just grow up around cars; he grew up fixing cars. Plus, his automotive knowledge is encyclopedic. And his connections to cars and parts are worldwide. But more than all this, Steve treats his customers like friends because they become his friends. And Read More