About UsLOCALLY OWNED & OPERATED
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.
How did RPM Revival come about?
At the age of 15, I bought my first car- a 1970 Dodge Charger- which I still own today. The desire to restore cars was born! I have restored several cars- most of them MOPAR- and endless amounts of tractors over the years. I love to take something that needs restoring and make it usable and desirable. Over the years I have restored and revived about anything I could get me hands on. After spending 30 years at Bandag and 10 years in the farm implement industry, my wife Christine and I decided to own our own business with the vision of retirement down the road.
Why the name of RPM REVIVAL? My family and I decided our main focus was anything with wheels and RPMs. Our mission was to REVIVE those autos, implements and machinery that are considered “dead, unwanted or needing attention” and bring them back to life! Look closely at our Logo, that our son Alec designed, and you will see OMJAMT in small letters. I love to tell our story, that is a tribute to my father, Rudy- “One Man’s Junk Is Another Man’s Treasure”. Now we continue to use that motto for every project we are a part of. We are very thankful for our dedicated employees and are blessed with great customers. Both have helped make our business and customer friendships grow into a company that has so much more to offer than when we opened!
Our Adopted Motto
All Misfit Toys Welcome Here! We can be described as Misfit Toys because we look at things differently. Always ready for a challenge to imagine the end result, explore new processes, create solutions and change paths for new directions all with keeping the customer’s vision in mind. We may not be related, but you’ll feel like family here.
In The News
Read the Tipton Conservative article about RPM Revival.
Watch Tipton Chamber of Commerce RPM Revival video