Welcome to the Auto Rust Technicians site! Creators of the frame-saving Safe-T-Cap products! Use the links on the left get around. Look in the Project Pictures gallery to see shots of various cars (and trucks) we've rustored. You can browse a .pdf of our print catalog , or request a catalog. Find full instruction sheets to see how to get your project underway and completed fast. Or, drop us a line if you've seen the Blues Mobile around town. The Auto Rust and Safe-T-Cap logos on the top of each page will get you back to their main screens. Thanks for stopping by, we appreciate your interest in our products and hopefully your business!
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Our storefront is currently being restored but we do have some jeep items in place. The store is under construction, (not fully functional) but we'll have all the pieces in place soon. You can always view our products via PDF and call to order or ask Dave the tech guy type questions. You can always reach us toll-free at 800.407.7024 or locally at 401.944.4444 (crazy # right?)
Hey Jeep fans - our new 16pg. Jeep catalog is ready. View it as a pdf (2.3MB).
Our 32pg. full line catalog is available. Request a printed copy or save the planet and view it as a pdf (7.8MB).
Jerry & the Blues Mobile just got back from the 2010 Woodward Dream Cruise, pics should be up soon.
More Auto Rust Tech on YouTube!
Dave's trying to shoot the shop scene monthly... or so. Check out our video page or visit our YouTube channel (get rust 24/7... subscribe in your YouTube account).
Mopar Action Magazine's Richard Ehrenberg wrote an article titled "Rustbusters" in April 2009 with photos by our very own Digital Dave Rathbun.
Learn more about our Sandblasting & Undercoating services.
Get PDF Instruction Sheets for our most popular kits.
Check out our eBay store for some of our newest products and maybe save some cash by buying via auction. With all our in shop projects we end up listing some rather unique items, to say the least.
Sorry guys, we are no longer able to process C.O.D. orders.
The AONE (Alfa Owners of New England) came to visit us for a tech session, read about it on their website, www.velocissima.com. If your organization is interested in arranging a tech session, feel free to call us.
We've got an alternative catalog up for A, B, and E-Body Mopars. Give them a look A-Bodies, B-Bodies, or E-Bodies, and let us know what you think.
The Providence Journal/Cars section has a feature story on the Blues Mobile. Check it out at their website.