We can accommodate various projects – from fixing your daily commuter car to fabricating custom parts for your show and race cars. Call or Email us about what you need and we’ll help you schedule an appointment.
We are located at 35 Brook Street, Unit B, Port Perry, Ontario L9L 1B5
We can accommodate various projects – from fixing your daily commuter car to fabricating custom parts for your show and race cars. We can take your low down rods and your lifted trucks.
Do you have a custom vehicle that needs special parts? We can fabricate the frame, suspension and body sheet metal or complete custom drive train installs.
We can even perform an overhaul of your GM Standard Transmission.
If you have a race or track car, we can corner weight or perform a more aggressive alignment on your vehicle for your next event.
Need help getting your car to or from the shop, or worried about the inclement weather? We have an enclosed trailer for this purpose, just let us know your needs!
Dave Stevenson is a talented technician who has a wide variety of practical experience and training. He has up-to-date training on servicing and modifying all types of General Motors vehicles.
Starting out at Williamson Chev-Olds, Dave worked up through the ranks in his 20 year career, leaving with the prestigious title of Grand Master Technician.
After leaving Williamson’s, Dave went on to be a hands-on Plant Manager at Tecstar Manufacturing Canada Ltd. where he over-saw all aspects of the plant and off-site projects which included second stage production and body modifications for the Silverado SS.
Now Dave is looking to take on car customizations and restorations on anything from your daily commuter car to show cars, race cars and rat rods.
Dave became interested in racing vehicles and crewed with Powell Motorsport as the Lead Chief Technician.
His team took on the Motorola Cup and took home the Championship in 1997, 1998 and 1999. In 1999, his team also finished in 1st place in the Hoosier Pit Stop Challenge against 42 teams.
In 2001, his team took home the Grand American Championship. His achievements earned him the award of Crew Chief of the Year for 2001.