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Maple Hill Restoration is a full service facility specializing in complete frame up restorations that pays close attention to Concourse specifications giving you a high quality restored car.
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Great week for the Western Maryland Straight right show at the Cumberland Fairgrounds. At last count 634 cars on Saturday. Always A great way to say and eclectic collection of gassers, rat rods and street rods. Got a watch some car jousting and burn out competitions.￼￼ Great day!￼
Nice day back at Carlisle, Pa for the Corvette show. Had a great time. Has been years since we went.
Coincidently 23 years ago Tonya was pregnant with Cole Turner at Corvette Carlisle and he had his first kicks in mommys belly while She rested in the grandstands
Thank you Ruben Bonales for letting Maple Hill Restoration join you at Harrisburg Mecum. We had a great time. See some of Our highlights below. ￼
Tonya N Jeremy Turner
We’ve wrapped up our trip to Indianapolis for the SAAC 47 National Convention. This was a special trip for us as 5026 was reunited with its owner from Australia after 5 years. The car took home the Gold for Division II concourse. We were excited to unveil and reunite owner and car again.
AACA Grand National event.
It is so nice to see previous customers out and about showing and enjoying their vehicles.
This 1970 Hemi Cuda visited our shop many years ago for sheet metal and body work.
The red 1965 Corvette was in the shop approx 18 years ago for a full restoration. It still looks beautiful under a new owner.
This weekend brought Maple Hill to its 2nd Zenith Award ￼competition for the AACA. John Garnetts 1966 Shelby GT350 was honored to be one of the 13 picked for the competition from a field of approx 3,000 cars shown nationally in 2021. Although the car did not take top honors it’s certainly a honor to be nominated to compete against such stunning cars.
Great Saturday weather to clean up the previously purchased 1965 Mustang. Cleaned up pretty well and looking nice and brightly white. For the before pictures to remind you scroll 👇🏼
Reassembly has started￼ of the 1966 Shelby GT350 Carryover. This beauty was painted in the 1980s. It is a driver touring car therefore the owner did not need a full restoration. This cars paint was fine, all it needed was to update the engine compartment and dash and refreshed up the undercarriage.
Not all cars need to have a full frame up restoration. It’s fun to give the cars a nice fresh update and road worthy maintenance for safety. This allows the owners to have fun in their cars for such things as the GT350 annual tour or other road events.
Purchased this gem today on a Beautiful trip across the mountain to Earlysville. It reminded me of the many trips with my dad picking up old cars, which was one of our most favorite things to do together. I am still using the same trailer that he purchased in the early 70s.
This is a 1965 San Jose’ California assembly plant built car that was designated for the Los Angeles￼ area. The car has been off the road since 1986. It will be fun to Research the history of the car￼ to find out how it ended in Virginia.
It has original paint and interior and was built in the same assembly line as the early Shelby’s. It will be an excellent resource to learn from.
Look for more photos of clean up soon.
Really cool place for the guys and the girls to visit if your family n Lancaster, Pa. Lots of great cars from a private collection.
Painting the underbody and the dash of this early 1966 Shelby GT350
Another ☀️ day for a parade with the Rockingham County Fair Queens. And of course my ultimate queen my wife and our princess Margie Belle.
With Tonya N Jeremy Turner and John Garnett at the AACA Eastern Nationals
Tonya N Jeremy Turner Gavin Halterman Becky Mason enjoying a little smoke and burnt tires!
Street Rod Roundup with Tonya N Jeremy Turner Gavin Halterman Becky Mason and friends. Great time!
Tonya N Jeremy Turner
Requested to come out and donate our car and time for civic duty.
6S933 Saphire Blue representing Maple Hil Restoration. Not only took home the 1st Junior for its class but also the Best in Show Trophy.
This is a very historic show that has been around since the 50’s. The trophy featured in the picture travels From recipient to recipient every year. ￼The owner of 6S 933 has been awarded the trophy twice for his personal vehicle-one of them being this one.￼
Maple Hill restoration it’s self has been the recipient as well of the trophy ￼with the 1965 Turquoise Mustang.
Has been a great day looking at all Ford vehicles in Carlisle. Walked 6 miles or 15,000 steps however Tonya likes to count it 😉
Horses were the theme-Mustangs, Broncos and Pintos.
This 1966 Carryover Shelby GT350 had a Chassis Dyno Appointment at MaxFlow Motorsport. Thank you for fine tuning the and making performance adjustments to make a Better running and driving car. You always treat us great! Thank you for your service. ￼
Picture set #2:
Successful weekend bringing home the Best in Class blue ribbon for the muscle cars. A lot of history was represented this weekend both in the architecture and the automobiles. We are super excited to see where the next step or the journey will be for 6S933.
Our next event will be the AACA Old Dominion meet in Natural Bridge.
Picture set #1
Saturday Cars and Coffee event
We had the pleasure of traveling with 6S933 to Charlotte, NC for the National AACA judging event. The weather was dreary on and off and rainy at times, but the car was able to be shown.
Will be traveling again first weekend of May at the Greenbrier Concourse D’Elegance.
Restoration of a set of 1940 Ford wheels that will be installed on a 1932 Ford Roadster being built as a traditional hotrod.
This 1966 Shelby GT350 Carryover was brought here from the warm state of Florida for a drive train, interior, and wiring restoration. The car was painted in the early 80's and the owner has chosen to leave the outer finish alone and complete the above mentioned. This will enable the car to be a really nice driving and touring car such as the popular GT350 tours.
Attended the one and only car show of 2020 for the AACA meet in Gettysburg. It was with great pleasure to be able to help the new customer show his 1966.
Update: 1965 GT350
Latest update On the 1965 GT 350. Painting the inside of the body and the trunk.￼
More painting details on 1965 GT350
Current restoration under process of a early 1965 GT350. Painting the underbody an engine compartment.￼
Just finished the interior restoration on 6S1732. It ought to be a very comfortable ride now with the new seat covers and foam to go on the GT350 tour at the end of this month in Texas.
Sadly Shenandoah Harley is closing it’s doors so two weeks ago we traveled to Staunton to collect a piece of art that my father was so proud of. As a collector of Harleys my father would travel up there often. It started with him collecting a 1949 Haley from the upstairs of a WV barn where it had been stored for 20 years. (now commonly known as a Barn Find)
I took pictures as they were using a crane to get it down. The picture was given to Harley Davidson reps who had a 14 foot long canvas made of it for their parts department wall. They allowed us to get the picture back before closing.
Replacing original seat covers and foam in a 1966 Shelby GT350
Started painting process of this 1965 GT350 Shelby Mustang this week. The dash, firewall and cowl area is the first area of the body I start with. The painting process is done just like it would have appeared in 1965 as the car was coming down the assembly line with the correct overspray patterns on the firewall and under the dash. ￼ The assembly plant for this car was San Jose California. ￼It is always fun when color starts on the car!
Enjoying the Blue Ridge Parkway in the 47 Ford
Back to the drive in days! I am sure we are the only people with a Zenith Award nominated car that is willing to eat Taco Bell inside 😬
My how time flies From 2000 to 2019! Brant Halterman’s 1967 Corvette that was finished with restoration in 2000. Just received the NCRS Top Flight Award. Back in the shop for regular scheduled Maintenance to get ready for next show season. The Restoration has held up extremely well and still looks as good as it did 20 years ago when it was completed.
Hated to say good bye to SFM6S141 this evening! Loved getting to know this car. Enroute to Texas to it’s owner. We had a great time thou scoping out the cars in the transporter!!
Approximately 3 weeks ago we took the 1966 Shelby GT350 SFM6S933 on it’s first maiden voyage for national judging. It won the Gold award in the SAAC (Shelby American Automobile Club) Concourse Judging.
Final Day: Judging for the AACA Senior Grand National Award as well as a private photo shoot for an article in the National Magazine. Enjoyed our weekend but cannot wait to get back to Broadway, Va! Homeward bound. Pictures of the mass exitus of 390 cars before predicted torrential storms. No tornados thankfully.
Day 2 started at 8am with the usual last minute wiping of the overnight flying magical dust! We then commenced for a owners meeting. There would be 2 groups of 5 to equal 10 judges looking at your car for the judge. Judges consisted of Hemmings, Auto Week and Old Car weekly magazine staff along with various others. Cars were to be closed until your judges met with you and heard your story of the car. Then they would instruct you to open the car for showing. Judging took most of the day. For photogenic purposes the cars were to stay closed of the hood and trunk for the car. After the judging process the arena was closed down to the public so local news of NBC and various magazines could come in to be with the cars. A very fun and interesting day. We met some spectacular new friends from over the states. Longest traveler was California shortest was Fort Wayne, Indiana. It truly was an honor to be among the elite and as the judges said all 16 cars were truly a winner. I will post the runner up and winner in the last 2 pictures 😉
(Will also update all the vehicle pictures tomorrow when we get our book)
Day 1 of our Auburn experience: It has been a very fun and busy day. We have placed the 65 Mustang inside with 14 other beautifully restored cars that will undergo judging tomorrow. It is such an honor just to be here among such craftsmanship. We took some time to stroll thru the RM Auction arena where they were auctioning off the most unique memorabilia today. One sign went for $50,000!
We were also very fortunate to tour the Auburn, Cord, Duesenberg museum. These cars always leave us in awe.
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