Your classic car restoration and performance shop!
Countryside Classics is a unique classic car restoration and performance shop that can meet the needs of every customer. Whether it’s repair, complete restoration, or performance modifications and upgrades, we are a specialized shop that can handle it all! What puts us in a different league is that we service cars of all makes/models/years, and trust us, we see it all!
We are a family-owned business that works hard to keep our high reputation, making our outstanding skills and customer service something that keeps our customers coming back and spreading the word about us.
We have a 2wd Mustang Chassis Dyno, making us a rare find in this corner of southeastern Wisconsin. Top it off with the fact that we also are a nitrous installation and filling station, and we have your performance needs covered! We also do in-house ceramic and powder coating for the finishing touches that your car deserves.
Honest & Dependable Auto Repair
Founded in 2007, Countryside Classics is a local, family-owned and operated business that offers honest and dependable services for all of your classic and performance vehicle needs! Whether it’s simple repairs or upgrades, or a full restoration – let’s work together to make your dream a reality!
Exceptional Classic Car Restoration and Performance Services
Jason and Amanda Jones became the owners of Countryside Classics in October of 2018. Since then, we have worked tirelessly to provide our customers and community with all-around high quality services that keep customers coming back and referring new customers. Even more, we thoroughly enjoy being a part of our small community and strive to be a part of, and put on family-friendly events, as we value being a small, family-owned business.
Mission & Vision Statement
Countryside Classics values the individuality that comes with each classic and performance vehicle and its owner(s). We strive to provide all-around outstanding service for car lovers of every era and our services are as standard or as unique as each vehicle requires. We aim to provide the repair, restoration and/or performance modifications that your car deserves because we understand that a car is more than “Just a Car”.
Meet the Countryside Classics Team
Owner & Automotive Restoration Technician
Jason has always had a passion for cars and fixing things since a young age. He turned his passion into his career by attending Universal Technical Institute in Glendale Heights, IL from 2007-2009.
Jason graduated with an Automotive Service Technician degree with the Ford FACT additional training.
Before finding his niche in classic cars, he gained a wide-range of experience as a technician for diesel vehicles, worked as a Shop Foreman and Lead Technician, and served as a technician and dyno-tuner for a Spec Miata racing shop.
Jason specializes in fabrication and performance. He enjoys the challenge that classic cars bring, and enjoys seeing customers’ faces when their cars are exactly what they have asked for.
On his own time, Jason can be found at his home’s shop working on his project ’68 Chevelle and many other car projects, as well as spending time with his wife and two daughters.
Owner & Human Resources / Marketing
Amanda manages the Human Resources and Marketing / Social Media aspects of Countryside Classics and is often taking care of things “behind the scenes”.
She enjoys attending classic car shows and industry conventions, as well as interacting with customers to ensure full satisfaction.
Amanda also works as an Education Consultant. She enjoys spending time with her family and friends, especially her two daughters.
She looks forward to the continued growth of Countryside Classics, as well as working alongside the Countryside Classics team and customers.
Lead Restoration & Performance Technician
Scott has been a car enthusiast from an early age, going back to working on his first transmission at the age of 12. Both his father and grandfather were mechanics and he grew up to love and appreciate classic cars.
He has enjoyed fully restoring two of his own classic cars, a 1968 Ford F250 and a 1963 Nova Super Sport, which he currently owns and enjoys driving to classic car shows in the area.
He started his automotive career in 1980, working at a variety of independent shops and at GM Dealerships during the ’90’s and early 2000’s.
After a couple of decades of experience, Scott went on to own his own automotive repair shop in the early 2000’s. After taking a short hiatus from the shop as a driver, Scott has returned to the automotive world, where he is able to keep history alive and on the roads.
Scott’s hobbies include riding his Harley, driving his ’63 Nova, and watching the Packers with friends and family.
Service Advisor/Restoration & Performance Technician
Ethan has a history and love of classic cars, and enjoys working on car projects any chance he gets. Ethan has turned his passion for cars into a career since starting out in machine work. He has been fabricating, repairing and restoring cars since he was a kid for friends and family. He also enjoys camping, hiking, his three cats, and classic rock and country music.
Restoration & Performance Technician
Max loves working on cars, and enjoys the challenge that classics and performance cars bring. He enjoys working with his hands, and working on his own Camaro. Max also enjoys wave runners and being on the lake in the summer, and snowmobiling in the winter. He’s a classic rock and country fan as well. Prior to joining Countryside Classics, Max worked his way through automotive classes in high school and into another classic car restoration shop, where his passion for classics grew.