We’re here to move your project forward from initial planning and design to chassis and body panel fabrication through bodywork, paint prep, paint and final assembly.


Jerry Sandeno, the founder of Sandeno Coach Works, is not only an automotive fabricator but an artist and designer as well. Here's a bit of background: He received his design degree from the School of Fine Art at the University of Washington. For years as his primary vocation he worked as a designer, art director and creative director in the ad agency business. But being the proverbial car nut he got into metalworking and customization to maintain his sanity. He continued to develop those skills over the years to a level of craftsmanship that turned his avocation into his vocation. His design background is applied to customer projects ensuring high-quality, well-crafted and unique project outcomes. 


Located in beautiful central Washington just outside of Ellensburg (and out of the rat race) we have the facility and the tools to fulfill your automotive dream. This includes separate fabrication and finish areas, welding equipment, english wheel, planishing hammer, metal brake, shrinker, stretcher, plasma cutter, finish equipment, paint booth and more.


You're looking for craftsmanship, results and value. We're looking for car owners that will enthusiastically engage in our build and restoration process. We keep detailed written and photographic records of all our work and maintain contact with you through each stage of the process. The end result is you know that through every step the work is done right and is well documented.