Classic car restoration and customization at the highest level. Expert custom fabrication and specialized classic & race car builds.
Allow me to introduce our new shop. We do full restoration of American classic cars, custom fabrication and restomod builds. Professional installation of performance and suspension upgrades for classic and modern muscle cars of every make. Please give our page a like and stay tuned for updates of what we're currently working on.
Dave's 1969 Roadrunner 3" custom exhaust with electric cutouts
Revolution Speed Shop's cover photo
More stopping power thanks to some new Wilwood Disc Brakes for George's Mustang ll Monroe Handler. And some satin black ceramic coating of the side pipes from Performance Coatings, Inc.
We turned this poor rusty, crusty 1978 Camaro back into a good solid car ready for paint and reassembly. Another cool classic car saved!
Making good progress on Dave's 1969 Plymouth Roadrunner.
New shiny carbon fiber doors from Seibon Carbon showed up today for Kash Singh’s twin turbo S550 Mustang race car. Almost ready for Pikes Peak International Hill Climb (Official Site)
Gary's 1970 Mach 1 is getting super close to being wrapped up. Once the engine was back in with the new Mustang ll style front end, it had moved the engine forward about an inch. So we had to have a new driveshaft made and had to modify one of the drivers side header tubes to clear the shaft for the steering rack, and then have it recoated with satin black ceramic. Fuel and brake lines are all done now too, so it's just down to some wiring and reassembly.
Custom 3" exhaust for this Coyote 5.0 powered 1969 Mach 1 restomod project.
We'll be putting a new 383ci crate engine in Dave's 1969 Roadrunner to replace the old tired one. Also upgrading the wiring and ignition system. New gauges and some other goodies as well.
We inherited Jesse's 1965 Mercury Comet project, that had been started awhile back at another shop who began the process of putting the shell on the Art Morrison chassis. It didn't take us long to realize that there's A LOT that has to been done yet do get the drivetrain and other customer provided parts to actually fit right in here. Remove the entire firewall, move the steering rack mounting points from top of the cross member to the bottom, build custom motor mounts and custom headers will need to be fabricated to fit between the front suspension mounting points and between the front frame rails.
Tom's 1969 428CJ Mach 1 got a new clutch and some more room in the tunnel for his Tremec TKO transmission.
Gary's 1970 Mach 1 is almost a roller again with all the Total Control Products rear suspension parts powder coated and installed, Rod & Custom front suspension installed and the engine bay ready for the engine to go back in.
Fresh set of Baer Eradispeed brake rotors and some red caliper paint and Gary’s SVT Cobra is all ready for some cruising
Butch's S550 Mustang is in today for some QTP low profile electric cut-outs. Here at RSS we've been helping people make their stuff louder, since 2015.
Another awesome Shelby GT500 getting treated to some Baer Brakes Eradispeed rotors.
Version 2.0 of gary's 1970 Mach 1 is making good progress. All the main bits of the Rod & Custom Motorsports front and rear suspension are welded into place. Control arms, 9" housing and other removable metal parts are getting powdercoated. Fresh paint on the 3rd member. New tank ready for installation. New Scott Drake Legendary Wheels getting mounted and balanced with the new tires.
Wrapping up this awesome 1966 Charger front disc brake conversion and exhaust work
New exhaust for the 1970 Buick GS
Another one all done and headed home.
Matt's 2007 GT500 is one bad beast now!
Revolution Speed Shop's cover photo
What started out as a pulley swap, cold air intake, throttlebody and longtube header install, has evolved into all that plus a new VMP Performance Gen ll-R 2.3 TVS supercharger, Fuel Injector Clinic injectors, BAP, AFCO Racing dual fan heat exchanger, American Racing 19" wheels and Baer Brakes eradispeed front & rear rotors.
John brought us his beautiful 1966 Charger for a front disc brake conversion and some exhaust work.
Marc dropped off his awesome Buick GS Stage 2 this morning, and we'll be doing some work for it's new owner to bring it to more of a street sleeper status. Removing aluminum trunk floor, wheel tubs and fuel cell. Installing stock floor, wheel houses and fuel tank. Extending 3" exhaust out the back for a more factory style look, and putting on some nice mufflers. Re-installing the original front wheel wells.
Happy Valentines Day!
Adam's 1969 Mach 1 restomod project currently in super light weight mode. Now time to cut some more stuff out in preparation for the Detroit Speed mini tubs, 4-link and narrowed fuel tank.
Seems like only weeks ago, Gary's 1970 Mach 1 project was "done". Gary should have known better than to use the D word around us. Now Gary's engine is back out, front suspension, steering and rack is back out and rear suspension is back out too... Silly, Gary! Now you'll be getting a Mustang ll coilover front end conversion with rack & pinion steering and Wilwood disc brakes. You'll also be getting an Iditit tilt steering column. For good measure, you'll also be getting new 4-link rear coilover suspension with Wilwood disc brakes and some new wheels and tires. But wait, there's more. Gary will also be getting a new Holley EFI kit, MSD 6AL2 digital box, MSD billet distributor and Aeromotive EFI fuel tank. That'll teach you to use that kind of language around here, Mr! - Oh yeah... That black wrap business on the bumpers just won't do. We'll be powder coating those too while we're at it.
Matt's 2007 Shelby GT500 in for some upgrades.
Tim's 1968 Mustang fastback with Borla stack injected 427 stroker on the dyno being tuned by Kenny Sampson
Kevin dropped off his awesome 1957 Ford this morning so we can make this Courier really haul the mail
427 cubic inches of stack injected music for your ear holes. Turn up your speakers and enjoy!
Latest round of mods to Chris' Hellion Turbo twin turbo'd 2014 Mustang GT with Precision Turbo & Engine turbos, RideTech air suspension, Baer Brakes Eradispeed rotors, 20" black chrome Rovos Wheels, functional ROUSH Performance hood scoop and AeroCatch hood pins. We modified the Roush hood scoop to be functional and let air in through the scoop, and cut 4 circular holes in the hood. The new drilled & slotted Eradispeed rotors look great behind the new Rovos 20's!
Making progress on Dave's Rustmaro. Major rust repair to rear frame rails, floor, inner rocker, firewall, cowl and taillight panel of this 1978 Camaro.
Adam's 1969 Mustang sportsroof has just begun it's journey to ultimate street machine status.
Gary came by today to test drive his 1970 Mach 1 project. New TMI Products Sport R style seats and center console. AutoMeter Products, Inc. gauges installed into factory bezel, line lock & fans switches, functional WWll plane oil pressure gauge integrated into dash and Total Control Products strut brace kit.
Happy Friday! Small preview of some of the projects we're working on and finishing up around the shop.
This car came to us as a painted shell with miscellaneous boxes of crusty original parts, some there and many missing. We restored every original part that was savable (including rebuilt & restored gauges, rally pack, polished mouldings, steering components, distributor and starter), and source the rest required to return it to it's original luster. The engine bay and inside doors had been painted body color, so we fixed that. Engine bay, undercarriage, rearend, driveshaft and suspension components all are correct now. Original Shelby wheels were sent out for refinishing. Now just needs final paint detail work, original emblems attached and white striping.
Making progress on this awesome F100 project.
Merry Christmas Everyone!
Cars and trucks, old and new. We love em all!
This 2017 Mustang GT is in for installation of a Whipple 2.9L supercharger.
Nice, straight 1968 Mustang coupe getting it's original 6 cylinder swapped for a 302ci V8, upgraded trans/clutch/flywheel, floor pans replaced, new fuel tank & lines, new suspension components, disc brakes and new interior. Going to be a night & day difference between how it looks here and how it looks and drives with these fixes done.
So far, your support in buying our RSS Gift Certificates at our 25% OFF Special has allowed us to provide almost 30 toys for local churches and non-profit organizations. If you are planning on having any work done in the near future, please consider taking us up on our 25% discounted labor special and help us provide more toys to these groups before the Holidays.
To all of our RSS friends, we've decided to do something a little different and extra for our Gift Certificate offer this year. In addition to selling our RSS Gift Certificates for 25% off ($75 each/1 hour labor), the team here will buy 1 brand new toy for every RSS Gift Certificate you buy to be donated to various local children's charities.
Installed Steeda adjustable motor mounts, Stainless Works long tube headers, JLT Performance cold air intake and supercharger pulley on Jonathan's awesome Shelby GT500.
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media blasting, surface stripping and metal prep.
Turbo Subaru Specific Maintainace, Performance Modifications, Customization, Tuning, Restoration, Diagnostics, and Major Repair of your 'New Age' Turbo Subaru.