Our History

Early Beginnings

Texoma Classics started out as a hobby in 2002. While on vacation in Virginia our owner stopped at Luray Caverns doing the tourist thing. Located near the Caverns was an antique car museum. After the caverns he stopped in to tour the museum. While there something clicked and the decision to buy and restore a Model T came to life.
It all started as a hobby.


Having developed various skills of car restoration and getting into Babbitting engines the decision was to go from hobby to commercial application. The company at the time, Texoma T’s, began running classified ads in various Model T magazines and the phone began ringing. Working in our first small 1600 square foot shop between 2002 and 2014 and having survived the recession we moved into our current location a 6500 square foot facility in October of 2014. In February of 2015 we leased a second adjacent building with another 2500 square feet bringing us up to 9000 square feet in total.


Satellite Offices

We are working on developing our first Satellite Sales office and hope to have it open soon. This facility will house both cars and a full time sales person. The building is located South of Downtown Dallas on I45 at exit 260 Palmer.

 

New Facility

Last, we are working towards a new building with 25,000 square feet with a move in goal of 4th Quarter 2017 or 1st Quarter 2018. The new facility will house every department under one roof. Including auto body/paint, interiors, wood works, mechanical, electrical, machining, embroidery, silk screening and what will be a new mall providing a gourmet coffee shop, apparel, antiques and car memorabilia.

 

Expansion

Texoma Classics has announced the expansion of the company’s operational footprint from 9,000 square feet to 13,000 square feet.

SHERMAN, Texas – August 7, 2017. Since the company’s inception in 2001 (as Texoma T’s), Texoma Classics has evolved from a 3-car garage with less than 2,000 square feet rebuilding antique Model T engines moving to a 6,000 square foot facility in 2013 and another 3,000 square feet in 2014 with greater emphasis on providing a full complement of restoration and customization services across a wide breadth of vehicles, including antique and classic cars, muscle cars and antique Airstream trailers.

With today’s additional 4,000 square feet of operating capacity, the company is better positioned to satisfy the high level of consumer interest it is experiencing. As we continue to see strong demand for our services with many of our projects representing $100,000 and greater in revenue, we anticipate even higher growth in demand for full frame-off restorations as well as restomod projects in the near term and beyond. As a result, the company has begun to hire additional mechanical and paint/body technicians to continue to meet current and future demand levels while maintaining a high standard of service quality.

“Our client demand has increased dramatically putting us on a course for even further expansion in the near future. We are thankful for our clients that have been so satisfied with our services and we are equally blessed with the additional need for more space as well as the increase in the size of our workforce,” said Chris Dailledouze of Texoma Classics.