About us...

Longtin Auto Sport Inc. is based in the Greater Montreal area, Quebec, Canada. 

 

Our mission is to offer the finest turn key Mustangs. We buy, restore, and sell worldwide our cars. We sell all types, from all original ‘’Survivor’’ cars, to restored OE specifications and ‘’restomods’’. We also find project cars for the enthusiast who doesn’t necessarily has the budget but that’s willing to do it all by himself. 

 

Longtin Auto Sport Inc. is a one-man operated company, quality being our primary standard. We deal with the most experienced shops around the region for Engine/Transmission/Rear end rebuilds, Interior, Paint and Metal work. The assembly of the final product is made at our facilities and thoroughly inspected before delivery.

 

Our History

 

It all started at an early age, my dad was a car enthusiast and he quickly transmitted his passion to me. From collecting toy cars to building 1:24 kit car models or even modifying remote controlled cars to make them faster, I knew I had to do something with that later in my life.

 

In 2013, I graduated from technical school and started working as an industrial mechanic in a paper mill far from my family and friends. I was working on 12hours shifts 3-4days a week so it there was plenty of time left for me to start working on real cars. By that time, I was driving a ’04 Mustang GT, but always wanted to own a real classic muscle car.

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That’s when I bought my first Classic, a 1972 Z28 Chevrolet Camaro. I knew I was still a Mustang fan and decided to sell this one quickly, save my money, and buy my dream car later, a 1967 Mustang Fastback. The ’72 Camaro sold oversees and that’s when I found that there was a worldwide market for that type of cars. From thread to needle, I started to offer my service for finding and exporting cars to different companies in Europe. I exported over 60 cars in a year and a half but sadly, I never got to drive them, only doing light maintenance and transporting them. 

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In 2015, I still had a full-time job at the paper mill, but it was not quite what I really wanted to do with my life. I quit exporting cars for other companies, which took all my free time, to start restoring cars by myself. I decided to nest in my favorite model, 1967 and 1968 Mustang Fastback. It started out as a hobby, but I quickly had a lot of demand and couldn’t handle working two full time jobs. 

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In 2018, I decided to quit the paper mill and make my dream a reality, opening my own shop for buying – restoring – selling these classics. Over the years, I have seen a lot of cheap restorations, cars hiding bad structural or mechanical problems, and I decided that I wanted to offer only the best quality condition Mustangs. 

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