Here at Redline Restorations, we know how much your classic car means to you. That’s why we put your best interests at the heart of our refurbishment service. Before any work is done, we’ll evaluate your vehicle’s condition and your unique requirements – ensuring every detail is perfected to your wishes.

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On the front, we’re just an old brick building – but on the inside, we’re so much more. Occupying a former Ford dealership, our shop is a treasure trove of beautiful, early models – so why not stop by? You’ll find us at 2475 Fairfield Avenue in Black Rock – open from 9am to 5pm, Monday through Saturday, and by appointment only on Sundays.

  • Professional Detailing

    Let us take your ownership experience to the next-level – from international car location services, concours-quality restoration and documentation, to secure storage, detailing, transportation and event support.

    • Professional-grade Paint Correction
    • Preservation and Protection Services
    • Progressive Sanding
    • Polishing and Sealing
    • Long-term Durability

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  • Storage Solutions

    Our 60,000-plus square-foot facility is a vintage Ford dealership and features immaculately-restored 1930s brick architecture, with ample industrial character on two-and-a-half-acres of securely-fenced property ideal for vehicle storage.

    • Keep Your Vehicle Safe
    • Our Facility is Climate-Controlled
    • Bonded and Insured
    • Fire Suppression
    • Extensive Security System

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Maserati 300S

Maserati 300S

Between 1955 and 1959, twenty-six 300S Maserati cars were built with three versions of increasing sophistication. By then, Maserati had a car which was competitive with the best sports racing cars of its class and for many drivers, such as Stirling Moss, it was considered a favorite. Straight-six racing engines were popular with Maserati from the early 1950s. This specific example was one of multiple 300S restored by us and with multiple concours wins under her belt! one of the only 300S Maserati signed by Sir Sterling Moss himself.

  • Asking price: Available upon Inquiry
  • Chassis no. Available upon inquiry

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1987 Porsche 930 Turbo Coupe

1987 Porsche 930 Turbo Coupe

Much of the Porsche 911's development had resulted from the factory's racing program, and it was the then Group 4 homologation rules, which required 400 road cars to be built, which spurred the development of 'Project 930' - the legendary 911 Turbo.

  • Asking price: $125,000
  • Chassis no. WP0JB0934HS050900
  • Engine no. 68H00913

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1939 Delage D6 3 Litre

1939 Delage D6 3 Litre

At the beginning of 1939, Delage decided to create a works team. That April of 1939, Paul Pinier supervised the design, research and construction of two factory cars, bearing respectively the chassis numbers 51820 and 51821. The name of the two cars, Elage Olympic, is quickly abandoned for Delage D6 three-liter. By the end of 1939, the construction of the two cars is finished. The designated drivers are Louis Gerard and Georges Monneret.

  • Asking price: Available upon Inquiry
  • Chassis no. 51820

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