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A Drag-N-Shop business card.
A lineup of some of the most famous cars restyled at Drag-N-Shop. Photo by Micael Romero.
A 1949 Chevrolet under progress at the Drag-N-Shop in 2006. Photo by Michael Romero.[1]
A 1951 Mercury recently chopped by the Drag-N-Shop in 2006. Photo by Michael Romero.[1]
New taillights being built for the 1951 Mercury above. Photo by Michael Romero.[1]
A chopped 1929 Ford Model A Tudor at the shop in 2006. Photo by Michael Romero.[1]
A 1932 Plymouth Coupe receiving a top chop at the shop in 2006. Photo by Michael Romero.[1]
A frontend restyled by Joe. Photo by Michael Romero.[1]
A photo from the 2006 Drag-N-Shop Open House BBQ held June 10, 2006. Photo by Michael Romero.[1]
The Plymouth and the tudor as they appeared at the Open House BBQ. Photo by Michael Romero.[1]
One of the bands playing at the 2006 Open House BBQ. Photo by Michael Romero.[1]
A '50 or '51 Chevrolet by Drag-N-Shop. Photo by Michael Romero.
Marty Wells' 1951 Ford was chopped by Joseph Garcia. Joe did also create a centre console for the car that flows from the dashboard to the rear seats. Photo by Micael Romero.[1]
Drag-N-Shop reworked the frontend on Paulie Olvidalo's 1954 Chevrolet Pickup. Photo by Micael Romero.
Juan Lavanos' 1956 Ford Pickup Truck. Photo by Micael Romero.
Joseph did all of the body mods on this Ford.
Joseph did the body and frame on Bob's 1952 Chevrolet.
Another photo of Bob's Chevrolet.
A Mercury Joseph did all the metalwork on.
A 1941 Pontiac Joseph is building for Johnny from the Ink Shop.
A clone of Jesse Lopez' 1941 Ford coupe that Joseph is building for a customer.
An under progress shot of a 1940 Cadillac coupe that Joseph built for a customer named Leo.
Leo's Cadillac after it had received a glossy black paint job.
A 1937 Nash Joseph is building for a customer named Mike. Mike's Nash has been fit with a 1936 Graham front.
An under progress photo of Ron Gomez' 1939 Packard.

Drag-N-Shop is a custom body shop run and operated by the father and son duo David and Joseph Garcia. David's other son, David Anthony Garcia is a pinstriper and designer operating D.A. Designs.[1]

In 2006, The Drag-N-Shop was located at 8205 Secura Way in Santa Fe Springs, California. By 2013 it had been moved to 4410 Danny Ave. in Cypress, California.

Contact Information

5510 Danny Ave.
Cypress, California 90630

Cars Restyled by Drag-N-Shop

Ron Gomez' 1939 Packard
Ron Gomez' 1941 Buick
Jesus Valencia's 1949 Chevrolet Club Coupe
Frank Epstein's 1951 Chevrolet Bel-Air
Joseph Garcia's 1951 Ford
Marty Wells' 1951 Ford
Rick Reynoso's 1951 Ford
Chris Gomez' 1951 Kaiser
Rick Landy's 1953 Buick
Paulie Olvidalo's 1954 Chevrolet Pickup
Juan Lavanos' 1956 Ford Pickup Truck
Susan Barron's 1959 Chevrolet Biscayne
Marco Patino's 1965 Buick Riviera



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