This beautiful black ’56 came to us with the customer noting complaints such as rough idle and a few other minor issues. Upon close inspection we found a couple of badly burnt spark plug wire boots where they had been resting on the exhaust manifold and a few badly fouled spark plugs. We replaced all 8 plugs and wires and performed an oil change at the customer’s request. No job is too small for us here at Fast Specilaties! Truck is running great and ready for cruisin’!
We quickly will find your concerns. This Mustang came in; owner stated it felt like the parking brake never disengaged. This was pretty true; as the right rear caliper wouldn’t fully disengage when the parking brake had been used. A new caliper and readjustment of the parking brake calipers allowed the brakes to function as normal.
Yes; we do carbs! We had this one dropped off for a rebuild. We also have experience in tuning and jetting carbs as well.
Do you have a supercharged vehicle that needs injectors or plugs replaced and are unsure of doing it because of all the extra hardware? Let us maintain it for you. From spark plugs to oil changes; we are glad to maintain your hot rod for you so that all you have to do is enjoy driving and polishing it!
Well almost finished the Chrysler 300 project. Summer cruiser.
We had a fairly unseen old school car come into the shop for some maintainence
The customer wanted to get this great looking car freshened up before the nice weather started again. Overall it’s is in great condition, it needs attention in a few small spots to start.
I am thinking Air ride and a set of wider, black steel wheels?
- chrysler 300 front
- chrysler 300 1/4
- Chrysler 300 interior
- Well it starts and drives as of now… We will be starting on all the electric accessories soon.
When this neat old Ford came into the shop sputtering and coughing; the owner had no idea where to begin or if we could remedy it. Turns out the tired old carb was just in need of a minor overhaul and some adjustments. Runs and drives great now and even picked up a few HP in the process!
While it was here; the owner of the ’65 Mustang requested we look into the inoperative horn discovered through the pre-purchase inspection. We found a faulty turn switch which also houses the horn contacts and wiring. New switch is on its way.
The sun is out and so are the summer cruisers! This 1968 Ford Mustang came to us stumbling and hesitant, and is now ready to run down the open roads or cruise to the local drive in. A fresh set of plugs, a set of custom-made spark plugs wires, dialing in the carburetor, and adjusting the timing was just what this pony needed.