During a complete restoration your car is disassembled and every part is either restored or replaced, to a standard meeting or exceeding the quality of the car when it was new.
Starting from the bare frame or body shell, all mechanical parts are removed and refinished – including new paint, metal, rubber, etc., using either stock or modified-from-stock parts.
The cost of each complete restoration varies greatly, it depends on the condition of your vehicle and how much customization you desire. For example, a complete, rust-free, running and driving car, restored to stock standards will likely be less expensive than a car in boxes and a list of custom work to be performed to the car’s chassis, body or drivetrain.
Your classic car will look like it rolled off the factory floor. Shining paint, new interior, an engine that purrs like a cat but roars like a lion when you hit the gas. Your restored car will fill you with pride.