Cadillac Restoration Since 1984
From its humble beginnings as a small classic Cadillac parts/supply mail order company,
FEN Enterprises quickly expanded into the restoration side of the business. It didn’t take long for them to earn a reputation as one of the world’s foremost Cadillac restorers.
While their reputation spread, industry media outlets began to take notice. Hemmings Motor News, the bible of the collector car industry, was one. “FEN” became an expert source for articles about classic Cadillacs and earned a feature article documenting their Cadillac restoration prowess.
From the article:
There is a palpable air of excitement that permeates FEN Enterprises of New York–you can feel it building as you walk past the handsome 1955 Cadillac sedan parked by the front door. The “castle,” the name of the unusual building in which the business is located, adds greatly to the first impression; its towering stone and concrete façade speaks of majesty, an appropriate setting for the restoration and rebirth of some of America’s grandest automobiles. This business, which is highly regarded among classic Cadillac aficionados, is responsible for numerous award-winning restorations and caters to a worldwide clientele, remains a small and personal family operation to its core.
While the team no longer operates under the FEN Enterprises moniker, they now work as Cadillac Parts & Restoration (CPR) in a new restoration facility located in Poughkeepsie, NY. Still family-owned and still serving the classic Cadillac community as the pre-eminent restoration provider of America’s premier luxury automobile.
Classic Cadillac owners considering a restoration project, full or partial, should visit www.cprforyourcar.com to learn more. CPR has also maintained the same telephone number for over thirty years and welcomes inquiries via phone – (845) 462-5959. Their location in New York’s historic Hudson Valley region is easily reachable by road, rail or air and interested parties are always encouraged to schedule a visit to tour their facilities and examine their current projects.