Undiscovered Classics Announces Restorations for 2022


Hi Gang…

With each passing year we’re getting better organized and more focused here at Undiscovered Classics.  As restorations wind down we always have given thought to what cars should come up next.  But it’s been a wild ride these last 15 years and steering this enterprise has been akin at many times to trying to herd cats.  And by the way….if you want to know what “herding cats” is like, check out the one-minute video below:

Down here in Tampa, Florida I have a 6′ x 3′ dry erase board where we track our restorations and our customer restorations.  We also plot out shows, exhibitions and concours that are coming up and look to see what cars we have – or our customers have – that might fit best in an upcoming show, exhibition or concours.

Currently we have four active restorations that will be completed by the end of the year or shortly thereafter.  These include:

  • 1957 LaDawri Conquest
  • 1955 Siebler Special
  • 1966 Cannara
  • 1969 Asteroid

Three customer cars will continue in restoration next year which include a 1953 Grantham Stardust, 1952 Glasspar G2 and the 1957 Galileo Special.  So we have some open space and we’ve decided that we’ll be putting our 1954 Chicagoan Concept Car into restoration along with our 1966 Bucci Trieste Porsche Special.  Both should be ready by the end of 2022 or early 2023.  Information and photos about each car appears below.


1954 Chicagoan Concept Car

1954 Chicagoan Concept Car

 

Click Here To Learn More About the Chicagoan Concept Car


1966 Trieste I Porsche Special by John Bucci

1966 Trieste I Porsche Special by John Bucci

1966 Trieste I Porsche Special by John Bucci

Click Here To Learn More About the John Bucci’s Coachbuilt Cars


Summary:

It’s always interesting down here at Undiscovered Classics, and it’s always a balance.  Next year looks like it may prove to be our busiest year yet and I hope to be able to share some exciting news about next year too.  Hopefully in the next few weeks so stay tuned gang.

Hope you enjoyed the story, and remember…

The adventure continues here at Undiscovered Classics.

Geoff


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