>Hey, welcome aboard, from the Two Easters Ranch near
>I hire out all the knuckle-bustin I can't do myself to a
>small shop in Longmont, which is prolly further than you
>want to go. Let me know, anyway.
>Nice rig! (I need to create a gallery...If we can ever get
>all the vehicles washed at once!)
Yeah it's getting to be that "season" out here. Wash your car/truck in the morning and it rains or spits rain every afternoon, just enough to spot it up. Grrrr. I have a buddy who is from loveland that has a cool spot to get mufflers done. Yeah Longmont isn't too far, I went to school up at CSU. I don't know if I'll be doing to much work that would require knuckle bustin. Air intake, "maybe" a chip. Not sure how a V10 would sound with twin pipes. Might be too loud for business use. We'll see! Later Jason
The shop is called AEA Automotive, they're in central Lugnut, err, Longmont. The exact opposite of those waxed-floor dealer shops they're in the low rent part of town, but they've got a good attitude, fair prices and have done good work for me. The owner is a German car nut, Mercedes expert, his mechanics like working on big American iron. Their scheduler, Mike, is a Japanese car hot-rodder.
They don't mind doing custom type work, engine swaps, stuff like that if you don't mind an old-timey kind of shop.
One time when my ride was stuck there waiting for parts, the owner took 45 minutes out of his day to drive me to where I work in a Mercedes military 4x4 (pretty cool ride $$) Then they picked me up the next day. Unbelieveable.
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