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We are an award-winning resto-mod shop, that builds, modifies and restores classic cars and hot rods. 



 
"Extreme Metal and Paint knew exactly what I wanted. And boy, did they deliver."

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Design

With your vision and our expertise, you can design your dream car. We will bring your vision to life. 

Metal & Bodywork

Rust is no stranger to the Pacific Northwest, but we can restore and rebuild it new. Metal fabrication? Oh Yeah!

Mechanical

Customize, upgrade, and modify until your resto-mod is the last word in performance. If it's possible, we can do it. 

Paint

Using color match technology, we can make your dream car whatever color you want. We use the highest quality of paint to complete your masterpiece

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World Class Technicians

Our techs are some of the most highly skilled in the trade. Our work could not happen without them.

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Chris Odom

Owner and designer, Chris Odom's work has been featured in Super Rod, Hot Rodding, and Volks America among others.

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Rick Federmeyer

Shop Manager Rick Federmeyer's work has been featured in magazines and on television. He's most well known for his resto-mod truck Nemesis. 

Outstanding Design goes
a long way...

Tic is a 1937 VW Bug that Chris Odom, owner and designer, chopped in half and welded back together with the middle section removed. He also designed a removable roof. Various magazines, including VW Magazine, have featured it and Hot Wheels selected is as a finalist in the Hot Wheels Legends Tour.

The inspiration for Tic came from decades earlier, when Chris was 19-years-old and still dreaming of building hot rods. He went on a trip to Mazatlan, Mexico, where he saw people buzzing around in chopped VW Bugs. 

Twenty years later, Chris owned his own design studio and hot rod shop and decided he wanted to make his version of the chopped bug he saw in Mexico.