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Painter for classic car Respray - August 10, 2016, 08:43 AM

Anyone have knowledge of a quality painter within 1 hour drive of south riding. Looking to get a respray for a coworkers car.
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August 10, 2016, 04:37 PM

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Anyone have knowledge of a quality painter within 1 hour drive of south riding. Looking to get a respray for a coworkers car.
Ping Leo.
He works for Flemings. If anyone would have a line on a painter who can respray a classic car, he would.

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August 11, 2016, 11:03 AM

Send me a note about what car it is he wants worked on, what kind of use he would want to get out of it (never drive it or drive it a lot), and an idea of budget and timeframe: you can get a decent paintjob for sub 5k if it's a simple car, and you can spend well over 10k for a show quality paint job... Some people will do it right away, the best ones will take months to even touch the car... Tell me more and I'll direct you.


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