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As a pre-war antique car specialists, we often have difficulties sourcing parts for some of the most rare and limited automotive makes. 

This is why we now cast, machine, or repair replacement parts with Original Equipment specifications. 

With data allocated from scans of original technical drawings, we utilize modern and traditional techniques to create replacement parts. With our implementation of modern and traditional manufacturing methods, we have the benefits of modern metallurgy, modern precision, "Lost Art" methods of manufacturing, and so much more. This allows us to reproduce and recreate automotive parts to the highest level of authenticity, at which many of our clients depend upon for their show quality restorations. 


For questions about our Antique Replacement Part manufacturing process, please direct any questions to or call us at (248)797-8781. Thank you, and we look forward to hearing from you! 

Replacement Antique Parts

From Brass-era touring cars, to your Sunday driver, we provide regular maintenance and service for all types of antique automobiles. We provide 35+ years of experience to properly maintain pre-war automobiles to ensure a reliable and trustworthy status for your collector car. We have been blessed with the opportunity to work closely with many museum collections and showrooms, and our attention to detail reflects that. Give us a call at (248)797-8781 to see if we can service your car.

New Old-Stock Parts


With over 35 years of experience, Ed has had the opportunity to research and restore countless Duesenbergs, Cords, Auburns, Cadillacs, Delahayes, and more. Our team specializes in restoring these vehicles with the same integrity they had driving off their respective assembly lines. With customers who rely on our top-tier quality, we have been able to provide countless award winning vehicles with the assistance of our thorough restoration work. We take pride in tackling the toughest challenges faced in our industry, and we have yet to meet a challenge we couldn't overcome. Please visit our Harry A. Miller page for more in-depth details on our refined process.  

Modern Castings

Original Technical Drawings

Our in-house machining capabilities utilize the original technical drawings of Harry A. Miller, Inc. as well as copies of various manufacturers ranging from Willy's Knight, to Duesenberg, to Cadillac, and so on. Creating brand-new replacement components for these 90+ year old automobiles means they benefit from precision machining, and modern metallurgy to provide more reliable (robust) components through modern means of production. These processes include but are not limited to: CNC milling, 3D printing, 3D scanning, Computer Aided Design (CAD), digital readouts, and more.  

Engine Machining & Building

We provide professional coachwork and sheet metal fabrication for some of the world's most iconic prewar cars the automotive industry had to offer. With our full fledged in-house fabrication shop, we are capable of fixing body panels, creating wooden body bucks, and skinning full bodies from aluminum and steel sheets. Coupled with our in-house machining capabilities, this provides us the avenue for creating perfect custom hammer dies and presses for tackling even some of the most unique geometrical shapes created by the some of the best automotive designers of the 1920s and 1930s.

Small-Batch Custom Mfg.

Through engine rebuilds and transmission rebuilds, Ed Linn was able to grow this business to the size it is today based on his experience, knowledge, and understanding to meet the needs of his customers and provide honesty and integrity at every step of the way. Engine rebuilding and transmission rebuilding lay at the top of our specialties. Antique engines and transmissions require experience and attention to detail, to ensure of the assembly's reliability and durability. Blue smoke, rattles, and leaks, are simply not "apart of the antique car experience".  When something doesn't work properly, we have the experience and know-how to fix it. 

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