When they walk through the showroom doors, car enthusiasts know they’ve found their favorite place to visit in Asheville. At any given time visitors may see everything from Ferraris and Porshes to classics like Mustangs, GTOs, Chevelles and T-Birds to antiques like the 1929 Pierce Arrow. Cars constantly change and it’s always fun to see what’s currently going on.
The heart of our facility is the build floor, where our craftsmen can restore, recreate and re-engineer anything on four wheels. We use racing engineering technology, where appropriate, to ensure exceptional precision. Those craftsmen will also fabricate unobtainable parts and components here, ensuring our commitment to uncompromising quality.
TWC strives to engineer quality and consistency into every engine we build. Therefore, our powertrain assembly area, including engines and transmissions, is meticulously maintained to ensure it is dirt- and dust-free.
The final assembly facility is the last stage in the restoration process. Here, all of the sub-components of the project come together, including the interior, wiring, suspension, and drivetrain. To prevent contaminants from affecting the final product, only restored and cleaned components are allowed in this environment.