Do you want to be part of the largest antique restoration shop and custom automotive Research & Development (R&D) team in the US? We have more clients with amazing classic and antique vehicles to restore than we currently have the capacity to support. The demand for building classic and antique vehicles is huge! Our 52,000 square foot facility houses an average of 100 vehicles that span 100 years. We use the term “vehicles” because we not only have cars, but also antique watercraft and motorcycles. Additionally, we have more types of Americana than you can imagine, such as antique radios, televisions, juke boxes, neon signs, tools and equipment. These challenges require a team with a variety of skills who can do just about anything. So if you possess and are experienced with any of the skills below, send a resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. Due to past experiences, a resume is required and no one will be considered without a resume. The best way is to email your resume as a Word or PDF document attachment.
Below are descriptions of positions we often have available. All are full-time, day positions. Pay is negotiable and will be based on whether you are a general laborer or a skilled technician.
Seeking an experienced Upholstery Technician for a full-time, day position. We have a huge antique automotive restoration and repair shop, and we need quality people to help us build dream cars, boats, and motorcycles. Pay is negotiable depending on experience level. No one will be considered without a resume.
Service Writer / Lead Mechanic
Seeking an experienced Service Writer who can also function as a Mechanic, who understands maintenance sequencing for a full-time, day position.
Dream job working with antique vehicles in a 52,000 square foot facility. Knowing classic automobiles and muscle cars is a requirement.
Work schedule would include Service Writer management of the three-man mechanical Division doing the mechanical portion of beginning-to-end restorations, sequencing / prioritizing jobs and logistics assistance. The other part of the work schedule includes actually being a Mechanic, assisting in the restorations of antique vehicles from turn of the century to 1973.
Computer skills required. Must understand basics of computers and typing.
Pay is negotiable and highly competitive in this industry. Pay is based on experience, knowledge, and performance.
No one will be considered without a resume.