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Jeep Restoration Resources

If you are starting out with your first restoration of Willys or Jeep vehicle, you may be curious where to turn. Below is a list of resources we have found helpful in our restoration project.

Resource Overview
Brian at BW Upholstery is a master artisan in the realm of interiors. From upholstery to custom trim creation, he works one-on-one with clients to create an interior that matches their tastes.
Whether you are looking for a Smoothie, Rallye, Lakester, or OE-style wheel, Circle Racing can build them for you out of lightweight billet aluminum.
Classic Instruments offers a wide selection of gauges for your restoration project, including customized instrumentation and retrofits.
Hunter Offroad offers fabrication services for everything ranging from custom skid plates and bumpers to precise replication of your Jeep's old parts.
Kaiser Willys Auto Supply offers 7,000 parts and accessories for 1941-1972 Willys vehicles.
KB Customs is one-stop shop for hot rods, street rods, customs, and muscle cars. From a ground up build to engine tuning or repair, they have your project covered.
Located in Mesa, AZ, Metro Plating provides chrome plating services for your original bumpers and trim pieces.
Specializing in pot metal restoration, Speed & Sport can plate and polish parts other shops are not equipped to handle.
Since 1964, Squeeg’s Kustoms has been turning out award winning hot rods and custom cars. While other shops focus on quick turnarounds for cheap, Squeeg's focus on producing award-winning builds that define "perfection".
The Jeepster Man is no longer just for Jeepsters. They also carry new replacement and hard-to-find parts for all models of vintage Jeeps.
With over 16,000 sq feet, over 10,000 items in-stock, and over 30 years in the business Walck's is a great source for hard to find parts.
Willys America offers a wide selection of parts for Willys Wagons, Pickups, and Jeepsters as well full restoration services.