Having worked for some of Melbourne's top classic car restoration businesses, Max has over 30 years experience in the car industry.
Starting off in crash repair after his apprenticeship but having spent the last 18 yrs concentrating on the restoration of sports cars such as Ferrari and Porsche to custom Camaro, Chevrolet and Mustang.
Nicknamed the "Rust Dr" by many of his clients, Max has earned the reputation of being able to fabricate any panel to look factory perfect and producing an end product that will please even the most fastidious car collector.
Doing it once and doing it right sums up the meticulous work standards of any car or bike Max gets his hands on.
Porsche restoration specialist
Custom bike modification
Custom sheet metal fabrication
Paint prep and painting
Right hand conversions
Custom Stencilling & Pinstriping
by talented Melbourne artist Txiki @theeverydaydude_paint
We understand that having the full amount upfront for a classic car restoration doesn't fit into everyone's budget, so we are more than happy to tailor a plan to suit your needs.
Past clients have found that progressive payments for a set amount of hours per week or even monthly, has enabled them to get their projects off the ground while still keeping their partner happy.
We don't believe in starting a job and having it sit at the back of the garage for months on end, so because of this we will only take on a maximum of 7 projects at a time.
Email or give Max a call after business hours to discuss your project.
Restoring a classic car can sometimes be a lengthy and costly experience, so having a firm plan of what you want to achieve with your project will save a lot of wasted time and money.
If you're a novice to car restoration or would just like to get an idea of the condition before you buy, it is always advisable to have the car given the once over by someone who knows exactly what to look for and where to look for it.
So often people purchase vehicles blindly and simply take the word of the seller that it's "rust free" when usually that isn't the case. Having the car inspected before purchase can save you a lot of money in the long run, sometimes thousands and that can be the difference in getting your dream car on the road and within budget.