We strive to provide the highest quality work and exceptional customer service. Our business runs on integrity, faith and hard work. We are here to focus on our customers’ projects with full responsiveness.
Whether you want a basic blasting job done on a small item or a complete revival of a giant piece of equipment, WE DO IT ALL! We know that what you bring us you are entrusting us to take care of for you, and that is what we strive to do. We promise you will be completely satisfied with your final product. We take great pride in not only what finished product we send out our doors, but also the lasting relationships we have created with our valued customers.
How did RPM Revival come about?
Some history…. Growing up I had an awesome Mom and Dad. I did not know at the time, but we did not have much money. My mom was a homemaker and part time house cleaner and my Dad was a farmer while also selling vacuum cleaners door to door. When it came to something we needed or something that did not work, we either made it or we rebuilt something we had. If not, we couldn’t buy it. My Dad always said, that if we needed something I had to take everyone else’s junk and fix it up. I was very fortunate to learn a great deal from both of them. At the age of 15 I bought my first car which was a 1970 Dodge Charger, which I still own today. This caused, at a young age, the desire to restore cars. I have restored several cars, most of them MOPAR’s! I have also restored endless amounts of tractors over the years. I love to take something and make it usable and desired again. Over the years I have restored about anything I could get my hands on. So, after spending 30 years at Bandag and 10 years in the Farm Implement business, my wife Christine and I decided to start working into retirement but at the same time own our own business.
So, why RPM Revival? My family and I got together and decided our audience was anything with wheels and RPMs – and our mission was to REVIVE those autos, implements, and machinery that were considered “dead, unwanted, or needing attention” and bring them back to life – REVIVE them. *Side note, my son Alec designed the logo. If you look closely at our logo you will also see OMJAMT in small letters. Several have asked what it stands for and I always love telling this story and the fact that this is a tribute to my father Rudy. “One Man’s Junk is Another Man’s Treasure”. Now a few years later, we are continuing to thrive by that motto and are proud of our growing business and very thankful to our loyal and dedicated employees and are so blessed with great customers, many that have become dear friends.
In The News
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