Omaha1930 Chevy 1 1/2 ton LR truck
I think it turned out pretty nice!
Thanks again for your wonderful parts and how easy they went together.
Tom J. Omaha, NE


Denmark

All your wodden parts are mounted and it looks more like a car now.

Thank`s for your help.
Regards Preben Havemose, Denmark


Several days ago, we received the wood structure parts for our 1918 Chevy Pickup you re-created for us. We finally got a chance to open and inspect them and they look great. The workmanship is excellent. We cannot wait to rebuild the cowling, firewall and dashboard with the new parts. Thanks for doing this project for us.
Joe & Norma Coppick
Virginia City, NV.


Hi Bill,
Just wanted to let you know that we received the wood for the 1933 chevy pick-up and it looks just beautiful! The work and the details.....well, you obviously put a lot into it! Thanks,
Randy W.
Dorchester, Canada


Hi, I just installed your 36 chevy low cab kit in a Canadian made 1936 GMC and I have to say I'm impressed with the quality and fit of the wood. The A pillars and crossbar fit like a glove for the most part. I had to do quite a bit of belt sanding to the two connecting blocks on the crossbar , but I assume this was because they installed these before the sheet metal originally, and I am retro fitting them without unleading the seams. I am very pleased with the quality of your kit and would recommend them. The 9 months it took to get the kit could use improvement , luckily I gave myself generous lead time. I'm attaching some pics of the project to this email.
Thanks, R. Bushfield, Canada


"Mr. Bill,
Remember me? You supplied me with a 1934 truck wood kit last year. I have finally achieved assembly stage and would like to share these photo's with you. Your kit is fantastic! I only had some minor trimming to make the kit fit with my body panels. I wish to commend and thank you for your Craftsmanship. I would be happy to give you or your prospective clients my recommendation to use your products."
M. Trautman, SC


“Just wanted to let you know that UPS delivered the box with the wood for my 1931 Coupe. I opened the box to check it out and my wife and I agreed that the wood parts looked gorgeous! I am very pleased with what I received and will definitely refer you to anyone who is interested in buying wood replacement parts. The craftsmanship definitely shows. Many thanks,”
Todd, CA


“Thank you so much. Your patience alone told me that KC Wood is a company that I would be happy to do business with. Your efforts via multiple e-mails to make certain that I got the exact parts that I needed for my 29 Chevy exceeded the care and concern that I have received with any other supplier.”
Tom R.


“Received the wood kit on Friday. My son and I worked on it all weekend. Everything fits well. We had to sand some of the joints a little but that was it! Nice looking job. Believe it or not we completed the erecting of the wood kit in one weekend. Just a little hardware and varnish and we will be ready to mate it to the frame. Thanks again,”
Brian


“The wood has arrived!
Thank you so much for all your help. You have been fantastic to work with and the parts have arrived in excellent condition. I will send you a picture when I have it finished! Thanks heaps,”
Alan, New Zealand


“I received the door pillar today and I must say that I am very pleased with the craftsmanship. I would have had a tough time making it myself. It’s almost a shame to cover it up with the sheet metal. Thanks,”
Bill


“The worst part about restoring a Pontiac is the wood. Horror stories about poor wood replacement parts were heard at every meet. However, I heard from a friend of a friend that Bill Cartwright of KC Wood did real good work. I phoned him up and got the feeling that the guy really knew what he was doing. So, I sent him a check for some hinge pillars and windshield lower crossbar and waited. Two weeks later, a big box showed up and I was surprised. Instead of a 2x6 with hunks cut with a chainsaw, these wood pieces were beautiful and fit exactly. Boy, was I pleased. Thanks loads and a great Job!”
(Excerpt from a Pontiac Club Newsletter, Smoke Signals, Ontario, Canada, 1994)