Bonnell's Rod Shop wild 1968 Camaro.

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Bob and Jan Anderson's 1932 Ford Coupe

This 1932 Ford Coupe was an ongoing project of Bob and Jan Anderson for over 30 years! They are amazing people, and we were privileged to work on this car with them. Bob and Jan had not seen the vehicle since before the body was painted, and the first time they saw the completed car was at our 2nd Annual Cruise-In & Open House on August 16th. When we unveiled the 1932 Ford to them, it got a lot of attention… The light blue color catches your eye and there is no missing the sound of the roaring MOPAR engine!

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Shop Photos

Here is a look into the Rod Shop and where the hard work takes place.....

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1955 GMC Fire Truck

Terry Cavanaugh's 1955 GMC Fire Truck is one of the more unique restorations to come through the shop. This one will cruise in style at local parades!

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Retrospect: Floozie's Road to Recovery

This brings a whole new meaning to the term “Body Shop.” Retrospect, a local consignment store, has a ceramic antique 1970′s manikin named Floozie who was hit by a moving vehicle and in desperate need of some repairs!

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1979 International Scout

Pete Cross' 1979 Interantional Scout

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1st Annual Cruise In & Open House - 2013

The 1st Annual Cruise In & Open House - in Memory of Bob Lorei was a huge success! There were approximately 300 vehicles registered and tons of spectators! We were able to raise $5,250.00 for the John Kanzius Cancer Research Foundation! The 2nd Annual Cruise In & Open House - In Memory of Bob Lorie will be held Saturday August 16, 2014. Check out our events page for more details!

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1953 Chevy Suburban

This Suburban is a great project to show case new skills. As a shop vehicle we sharpen all the techniques we pick up before ever touching a customers car. Our recently expanded upholstery division is the showcase for this crazy custom truck we affectionately call "Disturban"

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1956 Sunliner

Unfortunately Dan's car was rear ended by a driver that was texting. We had to replace the continental kit and trunk lid, luckily only minimal damage to the rear body panel was done. With the aid of Jeremy from Lucky Strike Designs we were able to put the car back to its original condition.

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