Classic Car Restoration

Classic Car Restoration

Our Specialty

At RevTech, we love restoring classic cars to their glory days. We work with individuals who want to build their dream car for personal use or those who want to restore a classic as a business opportunity. You can reach out to us during any phase of your project, we have the expertise, dedication, and resources to locate the necessary parts and complete the work.

Classic Car Mechanical Restoration

We have over 25 years of experience working on all kinds of cars ranging from classic to modern and basic to high-performance. We have certified classic car mechanics on staff with the knowledge, skills, and dedication to restore your classic car to the splendor it once had. Your project could not be in better hands.

Completed Projects

1967 Corvette

In 1967, only 22,940 Corvettes were manufactured, fewer than in 1966 and 1968 making this year’s model more desirable among collectors due to its lack of availability. The 1967 Corvette features a 300 hp engine with a three-speed manual transmission and originally sold for just a little over $4,000. The coupe version only accounted for 37% of the total year’s corvette production, making it even rarer than the convertible style of the same year.

1969 Lotus Europa

The 1969 Lotus Europa is a beautifully crafted vehicle that may seem “cute” at first glance, but don’t let that first impression fool you. The 1969 Lotus Europa is a fast car ahead of its time, it can reach 0-60 in 5.6 seconds and it hit a top speed of 143 miles per hour. This 2-seater beauty can provide 6,000 revolutions per minute of pure power.

1942 Packard

This 1942 Packard was original used for weddings down in Florida. The owner decided to purchase and send to RevTech for restoration! Originally intended for a full electric conversion the client decided to go with a powerful Camaro SS LS3 engine.

1969 BMW 2002

A classic 1969 BMW 2002 is undergoing a full electric conversion. It still has a transmission and drive shaft per client request, with batteries located in both the hood area and trunk. Light and quick this is a great example of a beautiful conversion.