Skip to main content
Contact Us: (909) 982-9111

Blog

img-blog-Motor oil pouring

Finding the Right Oil for Your Specialty Vehicle

Posted September 27, 2018 in Specialty Vehicle Oil

Motor oil is one of your specialty vehicle’s basic necessities. Because your vehicle’s engine has various moving parts that are all crucial to its overall function, each component must be adequately protected with motor oil. Many car owners know that they have to change their oil as part of a vehicle’s continuous maintenance schedule, but […]

Read More

red green yellow orange color fuel gasoline dispenser

Does My Specialty Vehicle Need Premium Gas?

Posted July 31, 2018 in Performance-Enhancing Services

When the average driver commutes over 13,000 miles per year, it may be tempting to skip the premium fuel and stick to regular to save money. If you drive a specialty car, however, you may be nervous about what regular gas might do to your treasured vehicle. It is a common misconception that premium gas […]

Read More

Auto mechanic with working tools For repair and diagnostics of cars

How Do You Improve the Best Car in the World?

Posted March 26, 2018 in suspension modifications

Porsche® owners already know they drive a powerful, first-rate vehicle with considerable aesthetic and functional advantages. However, even the best car in the world can be improved upon when it comes to handling, enjoyability, and safety. Certain suspension modifications, including alignment and corner balancing, springs and shocks, and sway bars and suspension bushings, can significantly […]

Read More

hand-with-paint-samples-choosing-color-for-painting-car

Waterborne vs. Solvent-Based Paints

Posted January 17, 2018 in Waterborne Paint

Because of a heightened awareness of environmental cleanliness, recent federal health and safety regulations now require automotive paint shops to use waterborne paints instead of solvent-based paints. Advancements in automotive paint technology have paved the way for newer, more environmentally friendly materials that surpass solvent-based paints in safety as well as the end result. While […]

Read More

closeup of a young caucasian man with an alarm clock and many US dollar banknotes in his hands

How a One-Stop Auto Shop Benefits You

Posted November 09, 2017 in One-Stop Auto Shop

Owning a specialty vehicle means you understand the TLC your car needs to look and run its best. Finding a shop that has the proper facilities and skills to treat your car with optimal care is vital to maintaining its integrity. A company that invests in itself to offer its customers fast, top-of-the-line service at […]

Read More

Carbon Fiber

Carbon Fiber and Racing

Posted September 25, 2017 in Carbon Fiber

Most of today’s cars are made of steel, the tried-and-true metal for large-scale industrial machinery. While steel can be forged into car beams, panels, and roofs, it is a rudimentary material compared to newer technologies. The materials used in vehicle manufacturing have become safer and more sophisticated over the years, offering top-of-the-line performance and safety. […]

Read More

2007 GT3RS 2

2007 Porsche 997 GT3RS Coolant Lines & Service

Posted October 01, 2015 in Cool Projects, Tech Tips

Our customer brought us his 2007 Porsche GT3RS. This beautiful car came to us for a few reasons. We raised the car up, performed a major service and alignment, flushed the brakes, welded the coolant fittings, and adjusted the sway bars to prevent oversteering while on the track. We had to dismantle the car to […]

Read More

2004 Porsche 996 GT3 Accident Repair

Posted August 01, 2015 in Autobody Repairs

Our customer brought us his 2004 Porsche 996 GT3 for some severe accident repairs. Unfortunately the car was involved in an accident while at the track. The entire front of the car was shifted to the passenger side. We were tasked with restoring this car so that it can be driven in the street again. […]

Read More

1989 Porsche 964 Carrera Overhaul

Posted July 01, 2015 in Cool Projects, Race Modifications, Tech Tips

Customer Objective: Customer came in looking to heavily modify his 1989 Carrera 2. He wanted to make it faster and lighter. Project Detail: Our customer brought us a stock 1989 Porsche 964 and after about a year’s worth of work, this beauty was finally ready to hit the streets. With an all-new 3.8L engine producing […]

Read More

1997 Porsche 993

Posted June 15, 2015 in Autobody Repairs

Customer Objective: When Anthony bought this car is had a very poor quality paint job. He wanted to completely redo the paint. Project Detail: Previously the car had a very poor quality paint job. We stripped the car, and then soda blasted the car to expose the bare metal. We started painting the car today. […]

Read More