JEFF'S RESURRECTIONS LLC

Location:

106 PORTER STREETTaylorTexas76574United States View Map

Revenue:

$2.4 Million

Employees:

12

Phone:

(512) 365-5346
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Description:

Initially Jeff's Resurrections specialized in Jaguars and the shop has restored more than a dozen national champions including the very first production E-Type Coupe and a 1962 E-Type OTS that won the Challenge Cup Championship and Williams Lyons Trophy in 2003. We were proud back in 2002 when a 1939 Jaguar SS Drophead, restored in 1998, received the ultimate accolade of an invitation to the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance and prouder still in 2015 when a 1937 Jaguar SS100 Roadster, cosmetically restored by the shop, triumphantly took First in Class at that same event. This year a Jaguar XK140, originally owned by King Hussein of Jordan, was another award winner during Monterey Car Week winning Second in Class at The Quail, A Motorcar Gathering. Jeff is an acknowledged marque expert and often serves as Concours Judge at regional and national Jaguar events. However Jaguars are just part of the story. We have been privileged to work on many diverse vehicles in the past twenty years. Notable projects have included a venerable 1902 Oldsmobile, a 1964 Lincoln Continental Convertible, originally owned by President LBJ, a 1971 4-speed Hemicuda Coupe that broke records when it sold for over a million dollars at auction, a 1963 Shelby Cobra CSX2061 and a spectacular 1967 Porsche 906E that hammered sold for $1.65 million in 2015 at Gooding & Company's Pebble Beach Auction. Current projects include the 1966 Bizzarini featured in the movie "Bullitt", a multiple award winning 1936 Auburn Boattail Speedster, another recipient of a Pebble Beach invitation in 2016 and a 1963 Corvette Z06 Tanker, the only 1963 Tanker to ever achieve a Duntov award. Just this year a very rare 1940 BMW 335, extensively refined by the shop, won a class award at the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance. Jeff's Resurrections also undertakes work on antique motorcycles. The team was responsible for the paintwork on the oldest Vincent Motorcycle in America, winner of the May 2014 Quail Motorcycle Gathering and on a Vincent Rapide, aka "Hellboy", class winner at the May 2016 Quail Motorcycle Gathering.

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