Kicking Off 2024 Strong!

MCR has had a busy 1st quarter! From winning first place at the Chicago World of Wheels show to welcoming new team members and collaborating with top automotive magazines, we’re excited to share our latest achievements.

Chicago World Of Wheels

In March, MCR was privileged to attend the Chicago World of Wheels show. We had the chance to showcase two of our restorations: an in-progress 1970 Plymouth Cuda and a 1968 Oldsmobile 442, which MCR restored ten years ago! We were thrilled to see the Oldsmobile come home with a first-place award! This show not only gives us a chance to display some of our restorations but also allows us to connect with some of our current, past, and potential clients. Stay up to date with where we’ll be next on our Events tab on our website!

New Team Members

We are always excited to grow our team! We have brought in two new people who will help us improve our craft. Angela DeRouin, our new Accounting Office Manager with over 20 years of experience, will be an integral part of MCR’s growth. Dallas joins our Paint and Body Shop, where he will help deliver the highest quality work to our customers’ cars. Dallas shared, “My favorite part of working at MCR is getting to work with some amazing people and restore some even more amazing muscle cars.”

Magazine Partners

MCR is honored to collaborate with several prominent automotive magazines, providing us with a platform to showcase our restoration techniques and educate enthusiasts about the intricate process. Recently, we’ve teamed up with Auto Metal Direct and Mopar Connection to introduce a new series of stories featuring the restoration of a client’s 1968 Dodge Charger. This deep dive into our metalworking process will assist enthusiasts in properly replacing sheet metal on their cars, while also highlighting our capabilities here at Muscle Car Restorations. Click here to check out this series.

Featured Tech Article

This is where things start to really get exciting. All of the metal and bodywork have led to this moment when the sheet metal gets pretty. Applying the color is of course a critical phase of any restoration and while there have been updates to materials, equipment, and techniques, the foundations remain the same. Click below to read more!

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