West Coast Classic has had the privilege of being featured in local and national media outlets. Below are a few
featured articles that we are excited to share with you.
Photo: “Mike Haskell inspects the progress of his 1957 Chevrolet. Mike was injured in an auto accident five years ago, leaving him confined to a wheelchair and unable to drive the Chevy. West Coast Classics is modifying the car to accommodate Mikeís specific needs so he can drive it again. Caskell currently drives a van to get around but refused to let go of his dream to once again drive the Chevy heís owned since high school. ìThey are going to get me driving it again, he said.” – Hernando Today
By Kim Dame
Hernando Today Correspondent
Published: September 4, 2013 | Updated: September 4, 2013 at 12:08 PM
Mike Haskell is a true car enthusiast with a deep, unbreakable love for his 1957 Chevrolet. The classic body style is preserved underneath thick, dull grey paint, traditional cream-colored wings and a history the two have shared … Read More »
“a perfect blend of old and new handled to perfection by West Coast Classic.”
First it was swapping a 3G Hemi into a classic Mopar B-body. Then adding other elements of a late-model LXer to the equation. Finally, the “upgrade your classic Mope” trend culminated in wedding a complete LX chassis to a B-body exterior. This exercise has been refined to the current state of the art transformation achieved by West Coast Classic . Their joining of a ’69 Road Runner body to an ’08 Charger SRT8 chassis is as seamless as you can possibly get. The phrase “this is how it would look if the factory did it,” has been beaten to death in reporting on countless custom projects. But it is so apropos here.
On the outside, Dick Olinger’s ride is a pure and flawless’69 Road Runner (if you don’t count … Read More »