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Frequently Asked Questions

I already have an Aussie muscle car, can you restore or repair it for me?

Absolutely! Whether it's a complete full nut and bolt restoration or components of the rebuild including but not limited to panel and paint, mechanical or electrical, Munster Muscle Cars are experts in period correct restorations. As a fully licensed repairers (MRB10059) our first class workmanship in unsurpassed time frames is what sets us apart. Get in touch today and we guarantee MMC will be the first and last place you see to getting your ride back on the road and keeping it running like it should. 

How long is the complete nut and bolt restoration process?

We normally conduct our nut and bolt restorations between 4-6 months depending on how the vehicle presents.


How much do your services cost?
We charge by the hour or project and the cost will depend on the work required. We will need to inspect the vehicle prior to providing any estimates for our work. Dependent on location and our current schedule, we may be able to conduct an onsite inspection.


Do you offer any other services besides repair and restoration?
Yes! We are also able to complete insurance jobs, vehicle condition reports, pre-purchase inspections and assistance with purchasing a period correct vehicle including transport from the eastern states.


Why do Aussie muscle cars make great investments?

  • Rarity

  • Collectability

  • Numbers Matching

  • Aussie racing heritage/history

  • Limited production numbers

  • Few examples left in existence

  • Stand out from the crowd


I’d like to purchase a completed Aussie muscle car, can you help?
YES, get in contact and we can help pair you with the muscle car of your dreams. Please note that we only specialise in numbers matching vehicles, we do not do pro- street or modified customs.


What’s your biggest tip to anyone restoring a car?

Make sure that you have all the components required for the resto and it’s 100% complete. Trying to find original and rare parts can make the build frustrating and soon become a chore rather than labour of love.

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