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Old 11-13-2004, 02:34 AM
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Good paint shop in Aurora,Colorado area?

I have a 92 F150 with the Ford infamous peeling paint problem on the roof and topside of the truck. No rust at all--other than some minor surface rust.

I would like to have the truck repainted and have the old paint removed down to the metal-- with the Windshield removed and the bed removed.

Does anyone know of a good paint shop in the Aurora area? I am looking for the best quality ,most durable paint job for a reasonable cost.

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Old 11-13-2004, 09:01 AM
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You might try calling Ken Lockwood 303-432-3700, he has a shop out east, excellent work, reasonable prices.
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Old 11-13-2004, 12:24 PM
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AVOID Percision Auto Body.

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just east of Chambers, south side of 6th ave., there is a collection of shops that do nothing but auto repairs and rebuilds. I think its called Gasoline alley.
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Belive it or not, the MAACO out at 2424 east Colfax was recommended to me by a friend who does restoration work.
Although I haven't tried them.

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The Colorado VTX Motorcycle group say that this guy is pretty good. I have not seen any of his work other than the pictures on the site.

http://coloradorider.com/joe/streetmusclehome.htm
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I would reccomend "3G auto body" out in littleton off of hwy. 85/C470, awesome work for a great price!
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