Bob’s Brickyard 1030 N. Hickory Ridge Trail, Milford, MI, Bob Hoffman 248-685-9508.Exterior body work and paint on my 68 GTO was done by Bob Hoffman. Yes, I would recommend Bob. He is not cheap, but I think his work is excellent. He specializes in Bricklin repair and restoration (hence the “Brickyard”), as well as early Chevy II/Nova vehicles. He’s done a lot of Corvettes, too. (Tonietto)

Gordon Duda and Sons, 1790 S. Livernois, Rochester Hills MI, 4830, 248-709-8915 e-mail or Refinishes Stainless & Aluminum Trim Restoration: hubcaps, S-S side trim. He re-finished two of my ’63 wheel well moldings, which had several “pushed in marks and two dents”. Job was completed in just one week, and it turned out very nice! (Larson)

Gordon Automotive, 290 University Dr., Pontiac, MI, 48342, 248-858-8868. They sell (new) automatic transmission parts: rebuild kits, seals, filters, etc. for the newer models cars and re-made parts for the OLDER automatics back from the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s, for ALL make of cars. Their are not a ‘recycle yard’, these are newly made parts. Trans-Unlimited used them for my ’63 GP Roto-Trans rebuild kit. I sent a friend there for his ’64 Pontiac’s Jet-a-way trans r/b kit and filter. It’s good to use ‘the local guy’, when you can. (Larson)

International Paint Strip – by Metro Airport 734-942-0500. Are able to chemically strip/E-coat BIG parts: fenders, doors, uni-bodies! I used them for a fender/grill surround for my ’63 Pontiac. (Larson)

Superior Powder Coating, 922 Grant Street, Fenton, MI 48430, Scott Plonka, 810-433-8629, All types of steel/aluminum powder coating and sand blasting. They sand blasted my wheel rims and powder coated them in two days. Excellent job – cost: $50/wheel. (Dave Bloch)

Martin Powder Coating, 124 W. Third St, PO Box 226, Perry, MI 48872, Wayne Brandon, 517-625-4220. Powder Coating, Metal Finishing, Media Blasting, Welding

Clarkston Glass, 6577 Dixie Highway, Clarkston MI, 248-625-5911. Had good experience using Clarkston Glass to replace glass in my 67 after referral by member (Tom Clees/Rich Dabrowski)


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