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Restomod Films

PROVOST MOTORSPORTS

RESTOMOD FILMS

SEAN PROVOST,
PROVOST MOTORSPORTS

RESTOMOD FILMS

SEAN PROVOST,
PROVOST MOTORSPORTS

Dropping by to talk with Sean Provost of Provost Motorsports at LST, he told us where he came from, how he started and where he wants to go. He discusses his non car related ventures and how he got into the industry – working for Dutch Bros Coffee in Seattle and franchising several locations after working for the owners. He says that at both his coffee locations and his shop building cars, he has unreal people at both.

It all started with an interest in BMX as a kid – working his way up to side-by-side off road racing, then moving into road racing.

Dropping by to talk with Sean Provost of Provost Motorsports at LST, he told us where he came from, how he started and where he wants to go. He discusses his non car related ventures and how he got into the industry – working for Dutch Bros Coffee in Seattle and franchising several locations after working for the owners. He says that at both his coffee locations and his shop building cars, he has unreal people at both.

It all started with an interest in BMX as a kid – working his way up to side-by-side off road racing, then moving into road racing.

“AS SOON AS I GOT MY FIRST CAR, I TOOK IT APART.”

– SEAN

“AS SOON AS I GOT MY FIRST CAR, I TOOK IT APART.”

– SEAN

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“WE TRY TO DO EVERYTHING IN-HOUSE AS MUCH AS WE CAN. A LOT OF IT IS OLD-SCHOOL, BY HAND - REAL TIME CONSUMING.”

— SEAN

“WE TRY TO DO EVERYTHING IN-HOUSE AS MUCH AS WE CAN. A LOT OF IT IS OLD-SCHOOL, BY HAND - REAL TIME CONSUMING.”

— SEAN

Having trouble getting good work done on his racers, he decided to do it himself and started building a team of people he enjoyed working with.

After opening his race shop in 2017, he started building cars for the public only a few short years later. “It’s really cool because they (clients) trust us so much and the guys love it because they’re actually working on shit they wanna work on.”

Having trouble getting good work done on his racers, he decided to do it himself and started building a team of people he enjoyed working with.

After opening his race shop in 2017, he started building cars for the public only a few short years later. “It’s really cool because they (clients) trust us so much and the guys love it because they’re actually working on shit they wanna work on.”

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“I WANTED SOMETHING FUN TO DRIVE.”

— SEAN

“I WANTED SOMETHING FUN TO DRIVE.”

— SEAN

Sean has always gravitated to the creative side, and he states that building cars is just mentally a stress reliever, it takes his mind off any “sucky” problem that he is having. His current build is a 70 4×4 Blazer. He bought it thinking since it was low mileage it wouldn’t have much rust, but the entire floor was basically gone. “I built it because I wanted something super fun to drive.”

Sean has always gravitated to the creative side, and he states that building cars is just mentally a stress reliever, it takes his mind off any “sucky” problem that he is having. His current build is a 70 4×4 Blazer. He bought it thinking since it was low mileage it wouldn’t have much rust, but the entire floor was basically gone. “I built it because I wanted something super fun to drive.”

With a new floor, Scott’s Hotrods full chassis, LT4 mated to an 8 speed, 2650 Magnuson, 12 Lbs of boost and nearly 600 HP to the wheels, and some Restomod A/C it sounds like he definitely made something fun to drive.

With a new floor, Scott’s Hotrods full chassis, LT4 mated to an 8 speed, 2650 Magnuson, 12 Lbs of boost and nearly 600 HP to the wheels, and some Restomod A/C it sounds like he definitely made something fun to drive.

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