Recently, we're all about the collections here in the showroom. Our most recent collection was the Arizona Trio. Just before that was the Maserati pack, and our first was the British invasion. Today we’re digging into a different type of collection, the three 1979 Porsche 911 SC currently in the shop. All three came in for differing reasons, from paintwork to a quick detail and even one here on consignment! Join us as we cover the current Porsche 911 scenario here in the shop.
Over the past few weeks, we've been covering the collections of cars coming into the showroom. From the Maserati Monarchy to the British Trio, we've seen a bit of everything. Today we're covering the newest parade through our showroom with a group of Germans from down in Arizona.
We get to show you around some of the rarest automobiles on this side of the planet. Other times, we invite people into the shop and showroom to help us highlight our mastery. Whether it's blocking the Ferrari Daytona or the electrification of a Porsche 912, we love to share our work with you! This time around, we are happy to announce something a bit different. Join us as we chat about the Corvette Restoration and how you can keep up with the Harvest Yellow fiberglass classic.
A few weeks back we were happy to bring a few consignment cars out to the Colorado Concours d'Elegance here in Denver. If you missed out on the Concours fun you can catch up here. During the event, we got to chat with passersby about modern cars like our Porsche GT3, but we also looked back and learned a bit more about Porsche history. Before "paint to sample" and "color-matched wheels" became the common Porsche verbiage, there were the Special Wishes cars. Join us as we dig into Porsche history and document a truly unique 80s Porsche.
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Over the past year, we've had a big push on social media to share all the classic car restorations and consignments moving through our shop and showroom. More recently, we wanted to take that next step and ensure you can catch all the Farland fun with us! We'll cover some of the current restorations and our plans for weekly updates.
In the early 70s, Mercedes had made a name for themselves with large, luxury-focused automobiles designed to move you and up to four passengers in style. Sure, the brand had their well-loved SL chassis in production, but we’ll talk a bit more about that model next week. Today, we’re focusing on some of the bigger-bodied cabriolets and four-door Mercedes of the era with a pair of Leaf Green Benz.
We always joke about the pairs of classic cars that come through the shop and showroom. Today we've got two 'Rosso Rubino' runners of their day, the 1970 Maserati Ghibli and the 1971 Ferrari 365 GTC/4. These classics recently came for consignment but needed a bit of attention before they were ready to roll out. Join us as we cover the classic car restoration of these Ruby Reds.
It's nearing the end of classic car season and over the weekend our team was happy to attend the 38th Annual Colorado Concours d'Elegance! Jack and the team were out to show quite a few consignment cars and a past restoration. Join us as we cover the amazing Concours event put on by Ability Connection Colorado, and highlight some of our favorite standouts from the show.
We're always looking for new skills to be learned here at Farland Classic Restoration. Many of these classic cars have been around for decades but we continually see developments in restoring these icons. Today we'll be covering a new service we're offering here in the shop and having plenty of fun with, Dry Ice Blasting.
Following WWII, Europeans were developing unique styles of car manufacturing. Ferrari coupled themselves to Pininfarina, Maserati worked with many different design houses who could produce their work, but American brands tended to think alike. Europeans were coachbuilding refined, elegant designs. Americans leaned towards necessity over elegance. Join us as we cover the development of the station wagon in America.