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I'm looking for a body shop to change all 4 frame rails on my 68 coupe. I'm near Munice, IN and would be willing to haul the car a bit to get to a reliable and reasonable shop. Thanks.
 

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What do you mean? Ball State doesn't have a student body shop somewhere? hehe /forums/images/icons/smile.gif

I'm not too familiar with Muncie, but I've heard of some good ones north of Indy and I know of some in Ft. Wayne. There are some guys here from Indy who could help you with that. It would take some hard looking if your interested, but some place in Indy did a restoration for a car I read about in a magazine. I was impressed. Of course, I don't think you'll be able to get anything done cheaply there. I know what it's like being a poor college student too! Good Luck!

See my 69 convertible and the VMF parking lot at: http://www.geocities.com/Bishir1/FrontPage.html
http://www.jps.net/binay/webdocs/frontside_sig01.JPG
 
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What are some good ones in Fort Wayne? I had the car here (Fort Wayne) originally with me. I just recently took it home (near Muncie). I could haul it up here sometime if I couldn't find a good one near Muncie. Thanks.
 

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STUTZ'S BODY SHOP
3232 Sandhill Dr

(219) 483-8229

A guy my dad works with had his Nova done there. Be sure to ask for some "samples" if you know what I mean... just to be safe

See my 69 convertible and the VMF parking lot at: http://www.geocities.com/Bishir1/FrontPage.html
http://www.jps.net/binay/webdocs/frontside_sig01.JPG
 
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