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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by 1951Biff, Apr 6, 2017.

  1. 1951Biff
    Joined: Apr 25, 2008
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    I need some help finding a good shop in the Tucson area who I can trust to look at my 1951 chevy. It was unfortunately damaged during the transport process down there and I need some recommendations of shops that can give it a good look and I can trust the work. I will be arriving shortly after its arrival... please and many thank you's in advance!
     

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  2. Don Toia (Don's Hot Rod shop) has been there forever. I don't know him personally. I'm sure he can advise you.
    Bill Nelson's Auto Service is another good source. I do know him, and he can be trusted.
     
  3. 1951Biff
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    Thank you so much! Have u heard anything about crowne?
     
  4. john worden
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    from iowa

    If you have insurance through Hagerty they could supply names of shops in their repair network.
     
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  5. 1951Biff
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    Unfortunately I do not. Might be something to look into
     
  6. No.
    Chuck Hawk Automotive is another good place.He could check it out.I don't know if he could do the repairs.
    All those guys have been there for years and are connected with the community.
     
  7. TTTT8
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    Crown Concepts is fairly new to Tucson. Looks like they do quality work and the have a couple of very good technicians there. Looks like they could be kinda expensive though, based on what I have seen there. All you can do is ask!
    Don's Hot Rod and Bill Nelson are reputable.
    You could also check Hot Rods Old Vail and Hi Speed Rod & Custom. Links below.
    http://hotrodsoldvail.com/ http://www.hispeedcustoms.com/

    Guess it really depends on what kind of damage your transporter did.
     
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  8. 1951Biff
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    This is all great info! From what I understand its carb linkage damage and electrical system damage. I really appreciate your help!
     
  9. Todd Hood of Hood enterprises.
     
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  10. 39cdan
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  11. AZguy
    Joined: Jul 24, 2011
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    I've only ever heard good things about Don's hot rod shop
     
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  12. 39cdan
    Joined: May 11, 2016
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    I know Don Toia he good source as well.
    I used to live in Tucson

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