Matt’s interest and passion for classic cars started at an early age, helping his dad restore cars in the garage. The first car they restored together was a 1967 Chevelle SS. The father-son duo continues to restore a vehicle every winter. Matt and his oldest son have continued this father-son tradition. Matt’s son, Easton, is…

Favorite Song: “Long Haul” – Ian Munsick Favorite Movie: Open Range Favorite Car: 1952 International Custom Favorite Color: Black

Mike’s first exposure to the classic car world was at the age of 15, purchasing his first car, a 1966 Chevy II. What started as a “get it running and try to paint it” opened the door to a 40 year love affair with old cars. Mike prefers cars from the 50s, 60s, and 70s,…

     According to his mother, Chris came into this world with a wrench in one hand and a Hot Wheels car in the other.  “I was born this way”, proudly states Chris. “No one in my family was into cars like I was.  I spent hours cutting out pictures from Hot Rod magazines and…

Tim, also known as the Chicken Hawk, has been an avid car enthusiast his entire life. Tim’s dad was a “hot rodder”, and Tim was born into the world of cars.  He was brought home in a 1968 ’54 Mercury Monterey 390 24s with a four speed at birth.  As soon as Tim was old…

Chuck began working on cars as a teen, alongside his father. He pursued his mechanical interests at an early age, completing Auto Mechanics courses at Clinton High School. Following graduation, Chuck quickly found himself on the dragstrip, competing in various classes. Chuck continues his passion for racing today, driving his 1957 Chevy on tracks around…

Robert grew up in South Knoxville and Jefferson County, Tennessee. He moved to Oak Ridge in the 90s. Over the last 35 years, he’s had a love for cars, everything from JEEP trucks, late 6os muscle cars to exotics. Robert started this business in 2013 from a hobby and thoroughly enjoys restoring or building cars,…