PHIL E. GOSE 1972 CORVETTE
"As a new classic car enthusiast, Okoboji Classic Cars was a great partner in restoring my 1972 Corvette. Bob and his talented crew did a fantastic job on all aspects on the restore, including mechanical, interior and exterior improvements. I am constantly getting compliments on the car, which speaks to the quality of the job they did. I would recommend anyone who is serious about collector and classic automobiles to work with Okoboji Classic Cars!"
Phil E. Gose
DICK SALLQUIST 1927 FORD TUDOR
"Toby and the Okoboji Classic Cars Team: Thank you so much for the incredible job you did on my 1927 Ford Tudor. This has been a labor of love for me for the past 11 years. Having taken so long and focusing on the details, I had to build an above average car. I wanted to do as much of the work as possible myself, and hoped a professional job would enhance the car. Well, the work of Ken and Kent took my car to another level. When I saw the work those guys did on the show pieces at your absolutely sanitary shop, I had no doubt my car would look great. The work far exceeded my wildest expectations. The finishing body work touches that Ken did, and the tweaking of my attempt at the upholstery templates by Kent, including the fabric top, made an incredible difference. Even the efforts of the Okoboji Classic Cars crew transporting my car from Iowa to Arizona were exceptional. The car is now finished, except for the glass that I will have done professionally. At the break-neck pace of this project it should be ready for the November 2013 Goodguys show in Scottsdale. In the interim, quite a few true car guys have checked it out. I'm getting rave reviews and can't wait to show it. I'll send you pictures when the car is "completely" done. I really cannot thank you enough for the amazing and timely work you all did on my dream car. If any of your customers or potential customers need more details on my endorsement of your work, please feel free to have them contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org."
Thanks again. Dick Sallquist