Meet the Dolls
On this page you will find a brief description of our dolls, by now you have no doubt figured out that our “Dolls” are the cars we work on. Keep your eyes peeled for things in the future and visit often as new things may be coming sooner than you think. For now….if you click on the name or picture of the doll you will be taken to a gallery of her pictures. it will show you the type of work we do and how it will turn out and as always thanks for visiting
Marana, the name is derived from the city or location (Marana, Arizona) where I found this gem
Hialeah is the name derived from the 58A paint code that was originally on this car (which is Hialeah Yellow a spring color for the 1967 Rambler).
Sheri is the car I have owned since I was 15. I have worked very hard to get her where she is today.
A brief history on where the name Elizabeth comes from. A very good friend of ours lives in a city known as Elizabeth Colorado. We drove to Colorado to purchase this car from him with the premise that he be able to ride in it once we get it back to Arizona.
Tayla used to belong to a friend of mine and is now used as a backup car in case we have one of ours break down. Currently she has 161000 miles on her and she is ready for a refresh. Currently she needs to have some engine, interior, and suspension work completed in order to be fully road ready. For now she gets used temporarily until the restoration time comes up.
This is a 1965 Rambler American 4 door that we purchased for parts for TIA. This car has a straight chassis under is and will be a good donor for her to get fully back on her feet correctly. We will also be using an array of her parts to bring TIA back from where she was when we got her. We spent several months killing all the black widow spiders in her. The were in there in waves it seemed. Kill the first wave and the next one would come back. Then the next and next and next. Finally all the pests were eradicated and we were able to get started.