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Looking for a Restoration Shop near Lynchburg, VA

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  1. 99PunisherSVT

    99PunisherSVT Active Member Established Member

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    I currently do not have access to a garage so I'm looking for a shop that can do some minor rust repairs on my 66 coupe. Needs a torque box, partial floors and possibly wheel tubs, so nothing too extensive. This is a driver so it doesn't need to be fancy but I need to be able to trust the work. I've driven past Reeds on Campbell Ave in Lynchburg but I haven't talked to anyone who has used them. Anyone use a shop within an hour or two of Lynchburg, VA?

    I guess I would also take suggestions on a local engine builder while I'm at it.
     
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    Machdup1 Well-Known Member Premium Member Established Member

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    Call the owner of high end auto over in appomax
     
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    Machdup1 Well-Known Member Premium Member Established Member

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    In Appomattox. He will point you in the right direction.
     
  4. 99PunisherSVT

    99PunisherSVT Active Member Established Member

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    Right after I moved to the area I took a ride over there to see him. He showed me around the shop and let me take a look at his paint booth and whatnot. Very nice guy and he does his work the right way. I guess I never thought to ask if he knew anyone who could do restoration repair. Thanks for the suggestion. I'll give him a call.
     
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    silver03svt Heavy Handed Guidance Counselor Established Member

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    A friend of mine frequent there, and looked at a newer GTO that was twin turbo-ed. It had been smashed pretty hard in the rear. We saw the before, and a few months later got to see the finished product. I must say Hi-End's body/paint guys know their stuff and do it right!
     

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