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    Body shop recommendations

    I am in need of getting some work done on my 68 shell (front suspension pan, some patches to floor pans, as well as few other odds and ends). I live in Fort Collins but am open to hauling the shell (within reason). Any recommendations?

    Thanks!

    Rob

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    Senior Member nvr2mny's Avatar
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    I’m in Kansas City and either Jon The Metal Surgeon or Dave DiMaria at Vintage Car Works, both in Denver, have done work (Jon is currently doing the metal work on our Polo hotrod now) for me and are two of THE best (imho) and nicest guys around. Here’s the link to Jon and our hotrod.

    http://www.early911sregistry.org/for...ee-Works-Build

    Here is Dave’s f/b address:
    https://m.facebook.com/VintageCarWerks/
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    Senior Member raspritz's Avatar
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    Apex on Colfax in Denver.

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    I agree: APEX. They're the best. 303-462-2739
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    I agree with nvr2mny. I've done business with all three.
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