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Danko Defines the Classic Car Reproduction Market

Not until ambitious entrepreneur Moshe “Mo” Field officially stepped into the reproductions industry did classic car enthusiasts have a resource for obsolete body parts for their favorite iconic automobiles.

Moshe Field, designer and founder of Danko Reproductions, was an engineering major with a minor in art at Ohio State University and Ohio University from 1986-1989. This background afforded Mo the skills and creative fine tuning that led him to create a full body custom kit for the 1982-1992 Chevrolet Camaro (called the “Danko Inferno”), his first business venture in 1992 in Orlando, Florida. Featured in popular automotive magazines like Kit Car Illustrated and Peterson’s Kit Car Magazine, the Danko Inferno project proved a marked success and provided Moshe and his team with valuable business experience.

Following the Danko Inferno project, Moshe began his work filling the void in the market for obsolete classic car body parts. News of these special reproductions spread quickly, and soon enough became the foundation of the business.

Orlando soon proved to be the perfect location for Moshe to unleash his creativity. As a fully-functioning fiberglass manufacturer and a skilled sculptor, Moshe was soon working on several high-profile projects for companies like Disney, Universal Studios and Sea World. View pictures of his work here.

In 2004, Moshe moved his company to Miami, FL and added a new line of custom retro parts for the Dodge LX cars. After five years of creating new designs and improving on old ones, Danko’s current LX line has become the most popular and highly regarded brand of custom LX body accessories in the world.

Danko Reproductions has shipped custom and reproduction parts to nearly every country on the globe. Offering only the highest quality, expertly handmade parts, it is no wonder Danko Reproductions has received international fame and praise from top industry leaders.

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  2. Josh says:

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  3. Heide adler says:

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