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Fesler flush mount glass in a 1968 Firebird

Flush mounted glass is a great way to give your classic car a sleek and modern look, but it does come with a fair amount of work.  You need to factor in that classic cars were never designed for flush glass, so the factory openings will need to be reworked to accommodate for the new glass.  Factory glass was accented…
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MetalWorks 1968 ProTouring Camaro build.

We finished up our 1968 ProTouring Camaro build, and put together a little video.  We hope you enjoy it.   Our camaro build sits on Forgeline wheels with Baer brakes.  Power comes in the form of a 427ci LS3 backed by a TREMEC 6spd.  TMI supplied the interior with gauges by Dakota Digital.  The impressive ride control is due to…
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MetalWorks attends the 61st annual Portland Roadster Show 2017

We had the honor of displaying our 1955 Chevy and 1968 Camaro ProTouring builds that the 61st annual Portland Roadster Show.  If you were able to attend the show you were in for a real treat, if not, you can still get a taste of the event from a handful of images we snapped while wondering the show plex.  …
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Jerry’s 1967 Chevelle transformed from Street Car to ProTouring

Take a good look at this 67 Chevelle…pretty nice huh?  One would assume this beauty would be leaving a restoration shop, not arriving at one...but this is exactly how the 67 appeared when it arrived at MetalWorks Classics in Eugene, Oregon for a radical transformation.  You may be a bit confused, as was I when the sharp looking Chevelle arrived,…
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Bob and Barb Mullin’s 1957 Chevy restoration by MetalWorks

I love telling the story behind classic cars and their owners.  Over the years I’ve spun many a tale, and a reoccurring theme I have found is the tendency for classic car owners to hold onto their cars for years…unlike our current era of disposable cars.  Bob and Barb Mullins have a pair of classics they have held onto for…