2338 Venice Blvd, Fairfield, OH, United States

Another great achievement was in 2012 as a member of the International Street Car Association Rod won the ISCA International Class Champion for Altered Roadster Pickup, a 1930 Model A Roadster Pickup as seen in the picture above.

Another great achievement for Rod's Restoration Wizards, in 2011 they were picked at The Shop Show, "Top 12 Award" for Featured Vehicle in Automobile Restoration and then again in 2015. 

"All in all if you are looking for a great quality collision repair facility or a top notch restoration shop. Rod's Restoration Wizards is the place for you. Our friendly staff will treat you like one of the family and also look after your vehicle in the same way.  Give us a call  (513) 738-1200 or stop by, we are always happy to help." 

Thanks for visiting ,

Rodney Black.

At the age of 12, Rodney Black started working with his uncle know by many as a local hobbyist. At the age of 16 while in high school Rod had purchased and started to restore his first car which he still has today, a 1969 Camaro. At the age of 18 he started working at Restoration Wizards, and there the love of all things automotive and custom was born. 

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- At the same location since 1984

- Quality Collision Repair 

- Expert Restorations

- Trained Professional Staff

- Up on the latest trends

From concept to reality, we are the team with the skills and vision to craft the mundane into a full custom. We have the ability to turn vehicles into masterfully designed one off custom cars.

In October of 2010 Rod Purchased Restoration Wizards and renamed it to Rod's Restoration Wizards LLC. Wanting to keep providing  highest quality repairs to all of his customers.

Since becoming owner, Rod has outgrown the 2400 sqft facility and added on to the existing building to make it over 5,000 sqft to separate the collision from the restoration side of the business.

At the same location since 1984, Restoration Wizards has been providing quality restorations for many years. In the fall of 1993 as a senior in high school Rod was in the co-op program he started working at the shop. All the while he was in process of restoring his '69 Camaro. By the age of 21 Rod had been nominated and won the Dupont Top Gun Award for best paint, among a number of other top awards for cars that he had had the pleasure of working on.

One of the first street rods that he had built at the shop was a 1939 Ford Coupe, which in 1999 was picked by Big Daddy Don Garlits as "His Favorite Ford Coupe Award".