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Old 07-03-2013, 11:19 AM
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Recommended Body Shop?

Hello All!!!! Its been a long time since ive posted anything but here it goes.

Im restoring a 1982 Z28 and need a good body/paint shop in the Southern California area. Im sure id have no trouble finding a shop on my own, but since im dropping alot of cash on the drivetrain, i dont want to cheap out on the paint. The car has NO damage, just some minor rust spots and needs a fresh look. Any reccomendations for a quality shop anywhere in San Bernardino County and south? I will travel for bi****n work!

Thanks guys.

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Old 07-04-2013, 09:43 AM
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ask around. Don't take their word for it. Results speak for themselves and don't rely on pics for anything. It says nothing cause in a pic crappy work and good work might look the same. In person there will be differences.
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So very true I have seen pics of cars that looked unbeleivable then have seen that same car in person up close, and could not beleive it was the same car!!
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