‘The Derelicts’ are known for being vintage classics refashioned into stylish modern vehicles. The hand-made classics are one offs that boast a fully painted exterior. Jonathan Ward’s upgrades and attention combined with a modern Art Morrison powder-coated chassis, unique interiors, and all new electrical components are what make the Derelicts so desirable.
As much about the passion and obsessive attention to detail as the car itself, its founder Jonathan Ward loves the aesthetic of vintage cars, the more beat up the better, but lost patience with the upkeep that comes with an archaic engine. So, under the hood you’ll find modern workings that allow the car to be driven everyday whilst the outside remains authentically worn and torn. These are the Derelicts. The 1952 Chevy Deluxe Business Man’s coupe has a 430hp Camaro 6.2 LS3 engine while the 1952 Chrysler Town and Country custom wagon has a DeSoto front end with the power from a late model Hemi engine. More videos on eGarage.com