..and also the later models I used to restore for customers. Some of which models I'm not all that fond of -- but it supported the overhead for my own projects.


I built the panther pink '70 Challenger 340 six pack for my daughter to drive to school in.

To make a long story short, from that shop we produced many cars but just before we moved to our present location I kicked out any more 1966+ cars (Challengers, Chargers, Roadrunners, Cuda's etc) From that point on I declared to only specialize in 1962-1965 Dodge and Plymouth Super Stock type cars. Some people thought we were crazy as the demand for these cars was still somewhat scarce, but I liked them so much that I did not care. It also had occurred to me that these cars would be hot and command the Big Bucks.

For the last few years we have seen the cars we do go for more money than even the "matching numbers cars" and the demand for them went off the Richter-Scale. We do original cars and clones, always have and if I have anything to say about it, I will as long as I can. We have been featured in over 21 different magazines over the years.


These are all hand built cars down to the last nut and bolt. We don't work on deadlines but the average time to produce a complete vehicle varies. After 24 years of actively building these vehicles it will take anybody who does these kind of cars a long time to get close to the kind of detail we can produce.  In summary, we will keep producing these historical vehicles more for the love of the cars than the desire to get rich as it is also a hobby. That is the difference that we bring to the table.

Hope you enjoy our web site,

Robert L. Mosher III



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