Cameron stands next to a 1952 Chevrolet Bel Air Deluxe owned by Steve Witworth. This car is a “patina build” meaning the exterior will be exactly as is. All the rust in the floors, trunk and inner fender wells have been repaired. It also had frame-off restoration treatment, meaning the company separated the car from the chassis, made various repairs, then reattached. The car will have a later model small block Chevrolet engine with a 700R4 overdrive transmission. The dash has had numerous repairs and was color matched painted. The interior will be completely renovated.
Cameron stands next to a 1952 Chevrolet Bel Air Deluxe owned by Steve Witworth. This car is a “patina build” meaning the exterior will be exactly as is. All the rust in the floors, trunk and inner fender wells have been repaired. It also had frame-off restoration treatment, meaning the company separated the car from the chassis, made various repairs, then reattached. The car will have a later model small block Chevrolet engine with a 700R4 overdrive transmission. The dash has had numerous repairs and was color matched painted. The interior will be completely renovated. Lance Winter Weatherford Star-Telegram
Cameron stands next to a 1952 Chevrolet Bel Air Deluxe owned by Steve Witworth. This car is a “patina build” meaning the exterior will be exactly as is. All the rust in the floors, trunk and inner fender wells have been repaired. It also had frame-off restoration treatment, meaning the company separated the car from the chassis, made various repairs, then reattached. The car will have a later model small block Chevrolet engine with a 700R4 overdrive transmission. The dash has had numerous repairs and was color matched painted. The interior will be completely renovated. Lance Winter Weatherford Star-Telegram

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