In July 2004, Todd Lewis decided to develop and start a restoration shop that would specialize in the restoration and maintenance of antique and classic cars with very high standards of detail and workmanship.

Having been in the restoration business for over 20 years, Todd's vision was to bring together the highest level of expertise and craftsmanship, ultimately delivering remarkable and inspiring restorations to his customers.

Over the years, the Xtreme team has grown and branched to include customization. They have fully restored dozens of classic cars that have gone on to win the highest awards possible in the mopar world. Among these, a green 1969 Hemi GTX, a plum crazy purple 1970 AAR Cuda and a green 1968 Dodge Charger won the highly prestigious OE Gold Certificate at the Mopar National Car Show in Columbus, Ohio in 2001, 2003 and 2006. This award has been given to only 23 cars in the show's 25 year history.

In 2009, Xtreme provided the final point detailing, fine tuning and critical success elements that took the '27 Ford Touring known as VooDoo Doll to compete for America's Most Beautiful Roadster at the 60th Grand National Roadster Show.

In 2010, Xtreme helped take a 1959 Cadillac to first place in class at the Grand National Roadster Show and first place in class, Outstanding Overall Custom, at the Sacramento Autorama.

During the past year, two Xtreme cars have been selected for display at the Petersen Auto Museum in Los Angeles.