December 19, 2017 KahnMedia


New 8,000 square foot facility offers multiple services including repairs, body work and paint to accommodate any project

Yukon, Okla. (December, 2017) – In response to growing demand from customers looking to breathe new life into their vintage vehicles, Classic Recreations has expanded its operations to include restoration services.

Well known for coachbuilding customizable GT350CR and GT500CR Shelby Mustangs as well as pro-touring ’68 Mustangs and ’69 Camaros, the company has dedicated space and resources and has added staff to facilitate restorations for virtually all makes and models.

Located at the Classic Recreations headquarters in Yukon, Oklahoma, the new restoration shop joins the growing business on the 42,000 square-foot facility. The new 8,000 square-foot restoration shop has six work stations and can perform body work, metal work and paint services in-house.  From simple welding to full restoration, any project can be undertaken.

“While we have been focusing on our core customization business, customer demand for restoration services has grown significantly in recent years,” said Classic Recreations owner Jason Engel.  “We are in an ideal position to handle these projects and already have six restorations underway, including a ’67 Galaxy convertible, a Bel Air, a ’69 Camaro and a ’58 Chevy pickup.”

For more information about Classic Recreations, please visit

Classic Recreations founder Jason Engel, and his company’s team of skilled technicians and craftsmen, have been modifying and custom fabricating high-performance vehicles for more than 15 years. Each built-to-order vehicle takes approximately four months (nearly 2,500 man hours) of painstaking assembly. Each Classic Recreations Mustang comes with an official Shelby serial number and is included in the official Shelby Worldwide Registry. Find out more about how to get your own customized vehicle at