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    I'm looking for an all service hot rod shop that can do a quality job (chassis,metal work, leading and hammer and dolly work) without breaking the bank, within about 7-8 hours of Hamilton NY (13346) for my 36 REO Pick up. Thanks, Pete

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    It seems that every one has had the same wish, a place that is reasonable. The only one I have found is located in my own garage. The guy works for free! All I have to do is buy him a few new tools once in a while. Over the years, that has gotten to be very reasonable as well.
    Best of luck in your search.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ScooterCO View Post
    It seems that every one has had the same wish, a place that is reasonable. The only one I have found is located in my own garage. The guy works for free! All I have to do is buy him a few new tools once in a while. Over the years, that has gotten to be very reasonable as well.
    Best of luck in your search.
    Scott
    Have to agree with Scooter. Your best bet is to contact local car guys, looking for someone who pays as they go as opposed to doing the work at home. Have you tried the NSRA Fellow pages? They're not listed on-line, but that might be a source if you're a member or know a member who'll let you walk through his book. I have not seen the 2013 issue yet - should be coming any time now.
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