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Address:
6810 E K Ave
Kalamazoo, MI 49048

Phone: (269) 823-2967

Dutchboys started out as a hobby that has grown into a full time business. Our reputation has been built by quality work and honesty. Our team has the experience and passion for restoring classic cars. We are a father and son owned business who strives on being one of the finest restoration shops around. We specialize in anything from original muscle cars to high end custom builds. Our staff has the ability and experience to make your dream car a reality. Please feel free to contact us about your project at any time.

Joe was born in Kalamazoo, Michigan, on December 13th 1965. He started painting and working on cars when he was 15 years old. His career started when he attended college at Denver Auto/Diesel in 1985 when he was 18 years old right out of high school. Joe’s been working in the body shop industry for the past 29 years now and he’s always been working on restoration work at home as a hobby, which has now turned into a full time business.

Paul was born in Kalamazoo, Michigan, on January 8th 1991. He has had a passion for cars since he was a child, going to car shows and working on cars with his father. Paul took some auto body and paint classes in high school and a co-op class at a local Body Shop in Portage, Michigan. Paul completed he’s first shop test car, a 1967 Chevy II Nova, in 2013 with the help of his father Joe. Paul’s now working on his 1971 Camaro to be the next Dutchboys test car.

We are now offering custom built to spec LSX wiring harnesses, for your 24x or 58x engine needs. These harnesses can be built to your exact specs using your PCM and throttle pedal. If PCM and throttle pedal is needed. We can provide that for you as well.

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  • Cage Fabrication
  • Chassis
  • Chassis Fabrication
  • Collision Repair
  • Complete Build
  • Complete Restoration
  • Electrical – AC
  • Fiberglass Fabrication
  • Paint & Bodywork
  • Sheet Metal Fabrication

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  • American