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About Us



Finish Line Speed Shop is a family run hotrod restoration business

that has over 30 years of experience working in the industry. 

Located in the heart of Washington State, Ellensburg provides

easy access to both western and eastern Washington.

Our team can create, build and produce timeless Hotrods with true passion and craftmanship. We have an excellent vision to

help build people's dream rides. What really sets us apart

is the attention to detail we provide. We've built a strong reputation

one bolt and weld at a time by committing ourselves to honest advice, dependable work, and unsurpassed craftsmanship.

From disassembly to delivery and beyond, you can be confident

that you and your car will be treated like family. We want our customer's to not only know us for our excellent workmanship, we also want them to know, that we are their friend. We are the type of people that they want to hang out with when driving their dreams. All of our team here at Finish Line are not just incredibly talented people, they are amazing human beings. We are looking forward to becoming a part of your story.









Meet the Family
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The hot rod guru himself. Lyon has been building, restoring, and driving hot rods for over 25 years now. His passion drives his day-to-day tasks, no pun intended. 


The hot rod guru's wife, which isn't an easy task, helps the business function. Jen also does her best to keep positive despite the 20 cars in the driveway.


Masey manages the social media, while also updating the website. She spends most her time begging that her mom and dad keep every hot rod they build.

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Josh had no idea what he was getting himself into by marrying into the Finish Line family.

However, Lyon & Jennifer quickly realized that this man possessed a huge amount of natural talent in the shop. 


Colby, currently enrolled in college keeps one hand in the family business by looking pretty and driving the cars to events on summer vacation.


Daddy's biggest helper! He spends most his time gloved up in the shop helping build hot rods. He also claims the '67 Chevelle as "his car".

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