I have 2 classic mustangs, a '66 GT350 and a '67 GT350. Both cars underwent extensive modifications at the facility. The '66 received a 351W crate motor, a late model 4 speed auto trans, new floor pans and torque boxes to help handle the extra torque, also the factory equivelant under-dash A/C with a specialized pully system and cooling system upgrades to handle the Houston summers. The '67 got a late model 302HO motor plus installation of the original factory air conditioning. Both are show cars, but I also drive them regularly. The workmanship was grade A with no short cuts taken anywhere. The staff is very knowledgable on both old and late model cars. One of the few facilities with 2 Master Technicians to perform the work. Very few, if any small shops are willing to pay 2 Master Techs to perform the repairs since they draw top dollar wages. They would prefer to have Safety Specialists at $7.50/hr perform the work to maximize their corporate greed.