For car enthusiasts a restoration is more than just a hobby, it is very much an art form that can take months, if not years to achieve the ultimate ﬁnish. Be inspired by all the great stories from our customers and help us celebrate their incredible works of art.
Loyal Cromax customers for nearly 20 years, the team at Goldmark Body Works on the Sunshine Coast, Queensland trusted no other brand when they restored a rare 1923 Bugatti racer’s true colours...read more
It’s a vehicle with cult status, style and charm. For over 65 years, the T-range VW campervan has represented a certain way of life. Whether it was as a hippie’s dream, a surf shack, a faithful family mainstay or a tradesmen’s workhorse, the VW campervan gained fans from all walks of life. Now, the European Spies Hecker team have restored a T2 in gleaming red and white as a brand ambassador. Read More
A stunning restoration of a 1951 50-2106 FX Holden Ute was made possible with a great partnership between brothers Michael and Matthew Ellard, owners of Image Conversions in Riverstone, and car owner Grahame Barker. Read More
The first place winner of Axalta’s Your Ultimate Finish competition is a beautiful Fontana Rose 1961 Cadillac Coupe deVille, proudly owned by Don Santarone from South Australia. The car oozes class and with its long flanks and little fins on the rear, the car has a shape that people can’t get enough of. When we contacted Don as part of the judging process, he said that every time he takes the car out it turns heads. Read More
Superformance has been working on automotive projects for car enthusiasts for the past 36 years. The team has recently completed a rebuild of a 1939 Dodge Hearse, using the Cromax paint range. Read More
Tiroch discovered fragments of the Ford A Roadster from the early 1930s on an old farm in Iowa, USA. After a lot of research, he discovered that during Prohibition the car had smuggled illegal liquor at night as a so-called Moonshine Runner. After the end of Prohibition, the car went on to take part in privately organised races, which were the precursors of today’s NASCAR series. Read More
When Jeff Whalan began building his 1932 Ford three-window Coupe from scratch, it was a labour of love. However, he didn’t quite expect that the vehicle, finished in Spies Hecker, would take 10 years to complete! Read More
Damian Morris leads a lean team of four staff at his workshop in Rosebery, in Sydney’s inner city, where working on quirky cars, tricked-up promotional vehicles or customised coffee machines is all in a day’s work.. Read More.