Restorations from Lincoln/Nebraska
A shop that walks the extra mile with customs and rare conversions
© Doug Kielian, Wolfgang Kohrn - June 22nd, 2008, updated Oct.2008
"Peter Brock liked it" - Doug Kilian
Chopped and unique
Autokraft Nebraska's Doug Kilian and his mates reach out to put a Fastback roof on this 1968 Convertible.
Exact measuring is the key and repeated control of any body measurements before doing the final cuts.
Template alignment and measuring, measuring and measuring before cutting and welding is a must.
Autokraft Nebraska seems to be a competent shop in doing so, so if your Mustang suffered a hurricane, overflooding or anything else desastrous in an accident or in the weeds, Autokraft might be a good address for you to save what is left and build another toy for you.
Kielian is one of us - the Mustang Enthusiast worldwide network
have been restoring Mustangs since I was 12, now 44 I have done many and
also have a very unique fox body Mustang. A 89 GT I bought new in Colorado
and then chopped the top 3 inches hand built the qrts fenders etc, BMW
headlamps and so on. you can post it if you like. Pete Brock really liked it.
We do conversions and customs aside from typical restoration work on all kind
of Mustangs. But I would like to point out that I
do not take good up standing cars and converts, those are shells that were
stripped out or left for dead by others and that would never have been
Autokraft also has a heart for the custom Mustang builder.
See this project car. If you are thinking about some ideas, here is a Mustang
maniac which might be able to help you.