This was my brother's personal truck. This would be considered a typical rust problem on a 2006 Dodge. We took care of the rust and left the truck in excellent condition! Click on each image to enlarge.
A customer brought us an old hay truck from Whip's Farm. He wanted it looking new. When it came to us, the truck had a dent in the front and on the bumper, as well as rusty wheel rims. We think we got it looking as good as new, if not better. What do you think?! Click on each image to enlarge.
This $150,000 Bentley had some scuff marks on its rear bumper and muffler. The owner was told by another body shop that the repair would cost close to $5000. We were able to do the job for a fraction of the cost. If you get a quote from someone that seems too high, shop around! You may be surprised what we can do for you! Click on each image to enlarge.
At the end of May, we blogged about our secret antique bike restoration project for my Uncle Billy. Back when he was 11 years old, Uncle Billy bought a 1971 Columbia with money he had made from blueberry picking up in Maine. It has been stored in a back corner of my grandfather's barn all these years, all but forgotten. During my last visit, I brought the bike home with me so I could restore it and surprise my uncle. We finished the restoration this spring, and I just brought the bike back up to Maine to give it back [...]
Last month we did a full paint color change job for a guy who plans to drive this 1966 Bronco over on Nantucket. He preferred the darker blue to the light, bright blue. Can't say that we blame him! Click on each image below to enlarge.