5325 Louie Lane, #10, Reno, NV 89511

For those of you that aren’t aware (if you aren’t where have you been?) Integrity Automotive’s classic car specialists have worked on a few of Rob Ayres trucks in the past. Well, here is another one. This 1972 Ford Ranger was Rob’s truck in high school.

Unlike the other trucks Rob has sent Integrity Automotive’s way, this truck came from the factory with air conditioning. But the factory air conditioning for cars back than used an older version of freon called R12. Because of concerns with global warming a modern version of freon R134 is now the recommended norm so our certified classic car specialist is swapping out the factory air conditioning unit for this more environmentally friendly one. (It also produces colder A/C)

>Integrity Automotive’s mechanics will also be thoroughly inspecting the exhaust system to look for proper emissions levels before it goes for a smog check.

If you have a project car in your garage that you never have time for, stop letting it sit around and collect dust! Call Integrity Automotive’s classic car specialists to get it up and running so you can finally enjoy your classic beauty out on the open road.

This 1965 Pontiac GTO was brought back to us to diagnose a clutch pedal issue. The customer complained that the hotter the GTO gets the stiffer (binds) it gets. Integrity Automotive’s certified classic car specialist also noted an issue with the pressure plate failing and a noise in neutral.

If your classic car doesn’t run as well as it used to, bring it to Integrity Automotive and have our certified classic car specialists look it over. Let our mechanics get your classic car back to the way it used to be, and let you enjoy your classic like you used to.

This 1960 Chevy C10 was another case of a DIY don’t. As our certified car mechanic explains in the video, if you can carry around your tool box with one hand, a complete car (or truck) rebuild may not be a good idea!

The owner purchased this fun classic “as is” and did the smart thing and brought it to Integrity Automotive to get it up and running properly. Our classic car specialists will be taking care of wiring, overheating and air suspension issues.

If you have a DIY that you started and never finished, or really haven’t even started. Get it out of your garage and bring it to Integrity Automotive so you can get your classic car (or truck) on the street and start to enjoy it!

At Integrity Automotive our goal is to honestly inform our customers of their options and let them choose what is best for their car/truck and their pocketbook. Integrity Automotive prides itself on its upfront pricing with no hidden costs and whenever possible gives the customer multiple options to fit their needs and price range. Integrity Automotive’s goal has always been to help people make their car or truck better and more reliable.

Additional services Integrity Automotive offers include:

  • Brake Inspection
  • Electrical
  • Routine Maintenance
  • Oil Change
  • Brake Repair
  • Tune-Up
  • Cooling System Repair
  • A/C Recharge
  • Custom Fabrication
  • Timing Belts
  • Thermostats
  • Check Engine Light, Service Engine Soon Light Inspections
  • Free Diagnostics Scan
  • Full Restorations
  • Dealer Maintenance
  • Major Repairs
  • Overhauls
  • Transmissions
  • Drive Train
  • Fabricating
  • Scheduled Maintenance
  • Welding
  • And more!

Integrity Automotive Works on all Types of Cars Including:

  • Street Cars
  • Classic Cars
  • Race Cars
  • Hot Rods
  • Performance Cars
  • Custom Cars
  • Exotic Cars
  • And More!

This 1955 Packard Patrician was damaged during cross country delivery. Integrity Automotive’s classic car specialists have been working on adjusting the suspension to see if this classic is salvageable.

The 1955 Packard Patrician was ahead of its time with power windows, power seats and a large V8 engine. The automatic transmission and auto level suspension was leading edge technology that we now take for granted.

If you have a classic car that isn’t quite ready for Hot August Nights, or you want to get an early start for next year. Call Integrity Automotive today!

This 1969 Chevy Camaro truly is a museum piece (owner bought it from Volo Auto Museum). The happy new owner brought their RS/SS Camaro to Integrity Automotive for an inspection and to have us make a few upgrades to make it more streetable and make it his own.

Some of the improvements our certified classic car specialists made included modern headlights. The upgraded headlights are more energy efficient and brighter so the driver can see better at night, making the car safer to drive. This was one of the recommendations our certified mechanics made as part of Integrity Automotive’s complete safety check.

Our classic car specialists also swapped out the worn out rally sport gauge package. The original rally sport gauge was not working properly, and the plastic was dried out and cracking. Since Integrity Automotive’s classic car specialists had to replace the gauges anyway, we updated the oil pressure line from cheap plastic that tends to break (not good in a white interior vehicle either). 

Integrity Automotive’s certified classic car mechanics also added a new carburetor with an electric for an easier cold start as well as the right size cfm for street driving at this altitude.

If you have a classic car that isn’t quite ready for Hot August Nights, or you want to get an early start for next year. Call Integrity Automotive today!

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