Altezza is an award-winning restoration shop specializing in high-end automobiles from yesterday and today. Our objective is to provide the highest quality restoration services to meet your needs. Since starting our restoration business in Colorado in 2013, we have restored cars manufactured by Alfa Romeo, Aston Martin, Ferrari, Lamborghini, Lotus, McLaren, Mercedes and more. We moved the business to Connecticut in 2017 to be closer to our home in the New York City area. Feel free to stop by our state-of-the-art shop in Bridgeport, CT to see our facilities.
We pride ourselves on maintaining the highest standards of quality at Altezza. Whether you desire a Concours award-winning restoration, or a cool car to drive on a sunny day, we are your restoration shop. Our personal approach and tailored services allow you to realize your dream and manage your timeline and budget. Altezza will deliver on our promises and will earn your trust. Our significant list of repeat customers is a testament to our developing long-term relationships.
These are the "three Rs" of an Altezza project. We know that every successful restoration must start with proper research, and we don't short-cut this process. Understanding the peculiarities of a specific automobile makes our job fun and ensures happy customers. We then undertake the restoration work required to bring the car back to its glory days (or, in some cases, better than the cars original production quality). Finally, our finished product will revitalize you and remind you of why we all love cars so much!
Altezza is housed entirely in one 25,000 square foot full-service facility. This allows seamless communication between the various team members working on your car. The end result is a faster restoration that has higher quality due to our team-based approach. We believe this is a significant advantage over smaller shops that are forced to rely on subcontractors for key aspects of a restoration.
Our team is able to provide specialized in house services for all of your needs including: