Project Examples

1959 Porsche RSK 718-018

Held in storage since 1970, this unique aluminum bodied racer came again to life after a four year VMR restoration completed in 2018. All the components are original including the body, frame, the 547/3A four-cam Carrera engine, five speed gearbox, brakes and suspension, as required by FIA standards. Extensive research and meticulous attention to detail preserve its heritage and authenticity. Raced primarily on the west coast, victories are also logged at Pikes Peak with a first in class and second overall.  


1970 Porsche 911E, Conda Green, numbers matching COA, body, engine, transmission…..

 A true southern car, this low mileage, never molested, “E” was delivered new in Birmingham, AL equipped with a 2.2 L fuel injected engine delivering 165 hp through a 5-speed gearbox. This car has enjoyed only two family ownerships since 1971. Never damaged and restored to as built specifications.  Its new owner registered this classic for passionate and spirited drives in west Georgia.


1963 Porsche 356B S90 sunroof coupe, body by Reutter….

This single owner classic since 1970 is the benchmark example of VMR restored in 1987. It continues to produce award winning performance in Porsche Club of America and 356 Registry Concours d’Elegance competition. A once daily driver continues as a true example of originality and preservation. 


1967 Corvette 427/435

 This ground pounding sports car ranks as America’s “most wanted”. This teal on teal roadster is a near perfect example of Chevrolet heritage. From frame off to street glory, it is unmatched in style and performance.  


1932 Cadillac V12 Dual Cowl Sport Phaeton, body by Fisher

 Number 7 of 8 examples built during the depression years of the early 1930”, this CCCA Senior award winner is unique in every way. Its tan and brown exterior couples with matching leather interior creating a beautiful appearance. The V12 engine moves the almost 5000 pound coach with ease. 


1919 Ford Model T Roadster

The car to put America on wheels was Henry Ford’s objective and the Model T did just that. Inexpensive by today’s standards this roadster represents a near exact restorations of and early automobile designed with a four cylinder engine and planetary bear box controlled totally by pedals and levers. 


1928 Riley Brooklands Special

In 1927 Parry Thomas and Reid Railton contracted with the Riley Car Company to design and develop what would be an ingenious racing concept called the Brooklands. This car embodied clever engineering concepts such as; a graceful, light weight, fabric covered, open body standing only 36 inches at the scuttle and weighing under 1000 pounds. Its low center of gravity came from utilizing an underslung rear axle with only 6 inches of ground clearance. The Brooklands was the first car of the era to break the 100 mph average lap speed at the Brooklands track.  Approximately eighty Brooklands models were built.  Few exist today.