Author Archives: drewsgarage

Body and Paint

Drew’s Garage is simply one the best custom car paint shops in Arizona and we have earned this reputation. We have our very own Paint Booth in-house and do not send anything out when it comes to body/paint. Many of our custom auto body and paint shop customers compete in National Car Shows, and we have many winners in our ... Read More »


At Drew’s Garage, we pay special attention to the interior of our cars. We consider every detail – from custom fitted seats to the special feel of an Italian leather we pay attention to every detailed stitch. We know you spend most of your time in the interior of your car, and we want that experience to be the best ... Read More »


Protouring® Engines: Drew’s Garage proudly features the “Pro Touring SeriesTM” designed for the Autocross and Custom Car enthusiast! The LS7 “427” (shown below) is lighter than a small block Chevy, offers modern technology and impressive muscle car horsepower. Our engine and accessory packages has set the industry standard. Every engine upgrade combination is custom tailored to include turbos, superchargers and ... Read More »

Audio and Visual Systems

Drew’s Garage custom designs and installs audio and visual systems for all of our custom cars. Preferred vendors include Rockford Fosgate, 25+ years of designing high-performance audio systems, and Kenwood- car entertainment, navigation and audio systems.   Read More »

Air Conditioning

  Drew’s Garage prefered vendor for air conditioning is Vintage Air.   Since 1976, Vintage Air has been owned and operated by experienced street rodders who have been involved in the sport for over thirty years. Vintage Air offers the most comprehensive line of high performance air conditioning components available. Every Vintage Air product incorporates the very latest technology available ... Read More »

1969 Camaro

The first-generation Chevrolet Camaro appeared in dealerships on September 29, 1966. For the 1967 model year– on a brand-new rear-wheel drive GM F-body platform and would be available as a 2-door, 2+2 seat, coupe or convertible with a choice of six-cylinder or V8. The first-gen Camaro would last up through the 1969 model year. There were a plethora of other ... Read More »