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looking for body shop to do paint work #1282731
Sat Oct 06 2018 03:01 PM
Sat Oct 06 2018 03:01 PM
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29tons  Offline OP
Shop Shark
Joined: Dec 2014
Posts: 124
Boyertown Pa
I am looking for a body shop to paint a antique vehicle. Can anyone recommend someone near Reading Pa or within 75 miles.I do not have an area to paint .And time is limited.

Re: looking for body shop to do paint work [Re: 29tons] #1282736
Sat Oct 06 2018 03:40 PM
Sat Oct 06 2018 03:40 PM
Justhorsenround  Online
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Central, Oklahoma
I don’t have a Body Shop reference for you but I do have a bit of advise. You mentioned “time is limited”. Body/Paint shops are really bad about putting these classic projects in the back corner of the shop and working on them when the bill paying jobs are slow. Try to get a written contract with a specific completion date and monetary penalties for not meeting the terms of the contract. You may have to pay a bit more but the chances of getting your baby back in a timely manner are greatly increased. Good luck.


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