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(Projects, Completions and Personal Collection)
77 Lancia Scorpion
67 Camaro RS Conv.
68 Austin Healey Sprite
70 Opel GT
69 Marcos 3000GT
86 TVR 280i
73 TVR 2500M
90 Buick Reatta
WE ARE EXPANDING - POSITIONS ARE AVAILABLE!
If you are tired of chasing the flat-rate flag hour, then this might
be the automotive opportunity you've been waiting for. If you're a
life-long automotive hobbyist with a demonstrable skillset and respect
for the classics, then this may be your chance to get paid for the kind
of work you're already doing out of a love for the kind of cars we work
on every day.
The following positions are available:
ASE certification is not required, but experience with - and an appreciation
of classic automobiles is a must. These are fulltime positions. Working on
30+ year-old cars means there is no such thing as a valid flat rate on any of
the work we do. So, compensation is based on an hourly wage rather than flag
hours or what some flat-rate manual says you should earn for a particular
"repair". However, a proven performer may warrant negotiating supplementary
We are NOT a "repair" shop. While we do perform minor repairs from time-to-time,
we are more of a project-oriented business.
There are no "technicians" here. If you're a parts-changer that relies on an
ODB scanner to tell you what's wrong, this is likely not the place for you.
We are a team of mechanically-competent automotive enthusiasts that work on
cars where you can (and should be able to) actually understand how everything
works without having resort to interpreting error codes. Instead, we rely on
experience, intelligence, service manuals and online searches to determine what
needs to be done to complete a project.
Responsibilities will include - but are not limited to - complete disassembly of
autos, stripping (via media blasting and other means) of complete chassis and
components, bodywork, electrical, refurbishing of components and reassembly of
autos. Also responsible for mechanical diagnostics and maintenance of classic
Prior experience as a "professional" mechanic is not required, but you will be
expected to demonstrate a history of work that shows you have the know-how and
ability to perform the job effectively. We've had great results with people
who are classic car enthusiasts that have never turned a wrench professionally.
A successful candidate will:
This is a Monday through Friday 9:00 AM to 5:30/6:00 PM position (8:30-5:30 is optional during summer months) with virtually
no overtime and only an occasional Saturday or Sunday. NOTE that the business
is located in the 75407 zip code and determine - prior to applying for a position
- whether that is within your commuting tolerance range or if you are willing to
TO BE CONSIDERED: You MUST submit a copy of your RESUME and/or WORK HISTORY.
Easily 80% of "applicants" in the past haven't been able to comply with this
simple requirement for consideration and those who don't will not be considered.
A truly sharp candidate - following initial contact - will also have researched
this company well enough to be able to suggest in their interview just how they
can contribute to this business' success.
Just about everything you would need to know about this business can be found on this website and on Facebook.
Resumes and other correspondence should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org .
No unsolicited calls will be accepted and no drop-in interviews will granted.