Who doesn’t love classic cars? Now rebuild your old rusty 1957 Chevy and transform it into its new exquisite form. Palm Beach Customs strives to provide you with you an exceptional car restoration services, all whilst preserving its magnificence. Now, get this 1957 Chevy 2-Door Hardtop body skeleton in Florida from Palm Beach Customs!
The exclusive design of this whole new steel body includes:
However, it does not come with dash and other exterior skins. Complete body skeleton is carefully manufactured by skilled experts in the factory of USA.
Spot welds in this body skeleton are 25% more in strength than the original ones. The total assembly of the car is done on standard platforms with the backing of high precision in-car fixtures.
The body configuration is treated with silver weld-thru primer that’s ready for further bodywork and paintwork!
What Is The Job Of Palm Beach Customs?
Every restoration work at Palm Beach customs is done with extreme care and expertise. Without compromising with the quality, our team makes sure to give you what you want! Some of our exclusive services include:
- Muscle car restoration
- Classic car restoration
- Authorized selling of replacement steel bodies
- Custom builds or custom paint
In all of our previous car restoration work, you will see a reflection of several years of experience and skillful craftsmanship.
For a better idea, check out our previous car restoration projects posted in the testimonials.
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What Do We Love At Palm Beach Customs?
It is our passion to restore classic and muscle cars to facilitate you with finest of looks! Don’t just settle down for an ordinary replacement body shell, when you can get an excellent piece of art. Grab this 1957 Chevy 2-Door Hardtop Body skeleton from PBC and build a spanking new Chevy for yourself! Or, we will happily do it for you!
- We believe in making cars which are impressive in terms of strength as well as in style
- Without any doubt, these cars are designed by taking all your specific needs into consideration
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