Welcome to Corvette Specialists, a corvette specialty shop based in Miami. Our friendly staff will help you find anything for your corvette at a price you can afford. Our years of experience and commitment to quality have earned us thousands of loyal customers throughout 47 years. We now bring that same great service to you online. Through the Internet, we can respond to your needs quickly.
Whether you need a complete restoration, repair, tune-up, preventative maintenance, accident repairs, insurance estimates, paint & body work, or even that hard to find part, we can help you. No job is too big or too small. We have a huge selection of used corvette parts. If you are in the area, we would like to invite you to our facility so you can see for yourself how we can be of service to you.
Every vehicle we work on has passed a comprehensive inspection performed by a GM trained ASE-Certified Master Technician. You will not want to go anywhere else. We are your one stop for all your corvette needs all in one location with Corvette Specialists.
Rule #1 when looking for a restorer: Never, ever go to a local garage or body shop, even if they advertise a restoration service. They simply do not have the skills or knowledge necessary for such a job. They only know tune-ups and collision work. They haven't the faintest idea about the intricacies of a true classic-car restoration.
To get the best job for your money: It is important to deal with a shop that specializes in your car's particular make and/or model. No one knows everything there is to know about a particular vehicle and its parts, but specialists come close-and know other specialists who can help, making sure any problems inherent in the restoration of your particular car can be successfully solved in a timely manner.
If the shop you choose has never worked on your type of vehicle before, your car may be the experimental vehicle they wind up learning on-a potentially costly turn of events. Dealing with non-specialists will result in higher restoration costs, because they will take longer to do things due to the unfamiliarity with the car. Also, the end result will likely not be of the same quality, nor will the car be restored to the correct specifications.