You have your baby. What is it? A 1970 Hemi Cuda? A 1963 Corvette? A 1967 Ford F-250 Highboy? Another car that would make the average car enthusiast weep with envy? We take exceptional pride and care when restoring your investment-grade beauty. We restore it using exact specifications. Our service includes all steps and processes required to restore your car to its original pristine state.
Their car restoration shop, and painting in my opinion, is top notch. However, my car was not worth repairing.
- G M. 9/10/2019
Bruce Harvey's vision for custom cars and paint is second to none, He stays working with you to keep your car looking good long after delivery.
- Steve Mendenhall. 1/8/2018
I needed a battery for an older Acer laptop. They had it in stock and were fixed the laptop immediately. They also told me they wanted to monitor the new battery to make sure it was the battery that was the problem and not something else.
- Jody Munoz. 8/13/2017
The guys there love what they do!!!
- brian bowyer. 5/16/2017
Phenomenally world-class work and people. Everyone is extremely pleasant, knowledgeable, and will bend over backwards to help you. You can't go wrong with these guys, they won't let you!
- Arpad Sooky. 8/10/2016
I have been doing business with Bruce and his crew from their old shop on Route 51, to their new facility on Route 8 in Glenshaw, and all I can say is WOW! They are top notch in the automotive restoration, fabrication and customization industry. I always make it a point to stop in when I'm passing by to check out the current projects. The famous painter Pablo Picasso once said, "I dream my painting and I paint my dream." Pro Comp Custom is like that with the cars they builds for customers, except 'you' dream of the restored car, and they will restore the car for you. Their work speaks for itself. They are beyond fair and have a full staff of skilled workers; I would definitely recommend taking your vehicle to them for anything. The last time I stopped in on my way to downtown, they were building a car that is being displayed at SEMA, pretty cool in my opinion.