Everything about our RJ CARS facility and property is designed with our clients, their vehicles, and safety in mind. From our office area to the paint shop, mechanics bay, and more, we have efficient workspaces for our staff, the latest tools and supplies to handle client projects, and the room and machines to maneuver vehicles to access every part of them.
So whether your project is a classic car restoration, Dodge restoration, Mopar restoration or a classic car repair project Russ Jacobs has the tools and the space to get it done perfectly.
Friendly service from our office staff happens here. Come see our photos of restoration projects on the walls, collection of license plates, showcase of miniature cars, and the restored pedal cars his children used.
State-of-the-art Nova Verta downdraft spray booth with heat to bake the painted finish on your restoration project, specialty project, or collision repair.
After your restoration project is painted, we store it in a separate bay to keep it clean through the assembly process.
Our Technicians applying high-build primer to a restoration project (1973 Volvo 1800ES Endurance Rally Car).
Sandblasting a 1957 Chevy Nomad mounted on an autobody rotisserie.
Formerly a sawmill structure, this building is used to store project cars. Auto restoration project parts are racked and inventoried upstairs to keep things tidy.
For lifting the heavy stuff! We have even set a 1965 Corvette body back on the frame with this...very carefully.
High-quality craftsmanship and tools get the metal work and body work done right and prepped for paint. A 1970 Plymouth Cuda on the rotisserie. Stripping the cars to bare metal, glass beading small parts, metal shaping, and stainless trim buffing are all done in this bay too.
A 1971 Dodge Demon Sizzler on the lift.
Here we bolt down a 1959 Cadillac Coupe DeVille to the frame on one of our two post lifts.
We can mix and match factory colors and custom colors in BASF RM DIAMONT paint.
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