<a href="/node/1">Darrell&#039;s 1955 Ford</a> <a href="/content/bobs-1977-pontiac-trans-am">Bob&#039;s 1977 Pontiac Trans Am</a> <a href="/content/al-and-annes-1970-olds-cutlass-supreme-convertible">Al and Anne&#039;s 1970 Olds Cutlass Supreme Convertible.</a> <a href="/content/louies-1968-427-corvette">Louie&#039;s 1968 427 Corvette</a>

JH Restoratoins site is "Under Construction"

With the shop busier than ever it has been hard for us to keep up with the task of keeping our site up to date. Please be patient as we will be updating our site shortly with new projects and other related interests.

JH Restorations is now on YouTube

Hey everyone! Check out our new YouTube Channel. Our Good Friend Joe did a great job on our first video and there will be more to come.

The Holidays have come and gone

The holidays with the family was great, but we are back to work now. Bob and Randy are hard on the 68 Vette, Harry is working on a 67 Camaro project and Jordan is finishing up a 67 GTO A/C Conversion. Jesse and Courtney have been busy over the holidays with some office housekeeping and have been on the phone with parts calls and possibly another Canadian exclusive distributer in the works. All in all a busy start to the new year. Thanks to all of our customers and friends that make these thing happen.

Welcome to Our New Site

Hey everyone, welcome to the page. We are just getting it up and running, but there will be regular updates so you can watch progress on a multitude of projects. If you have questions, comments, please feel free to use the Contact JH Button.

JH Restorations 7 Year "Twitch" Parkinson's Car Show

JH Restorations is planing a car show for June 17 in Lacasse Park. The show will include food, door prizes, raffle, music and a pre sale 50/50 draw. For more information check back here often and stay tuned to our Facebook page.

About JH Restoratoins

JH Restorations has it roots in the first cars our family ever worked on, back in 1979 when my father was rebuilding a 1969 Beaumont to drive to and from work. Most of these early cars were built using parts from wrecking yards or some parts that you could still find at the dealerships but most times it all came down to some good ol’ fashion metalworking and body work skills not to mention hard work, and ingenuity.