A full auto restoration entails completely disassembling the vehicle and restoring each and every part and system.
This process limits ongoing maintenance and future restoration situations.

A full auto restoration primarily includes:

Disassemble and catalog every piece on vehicle
Pull body off frame (optional)
Media blast and restore frame (optional)
Media blast or mechanically/chemically strip vehicle
Metal repairs of all rust
Replace or replate all trim
Completely smooth out body of all waves and dents

Etch prime and seal vehicle after stripping
High build primer after body work
Block sand entire vehicle
Paint and clear vehicle includes all jambs, under hood and under deck lid
Sand and buff
Undercoat vehicle

Rebuild existing mechanical systems or replace systems
Upgrade brake, steering and suspension systems
Rebuild engine or replace with a crate motor
Upgrade transmission and gearing for a smoother ride

Replace seat covers, foam and repair springs
Replace carpet
Replace headliner
Restore dash
Restore door panels
Replace or restore interior trim