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Not sure if there is a lot activity on this site but thought i would reach out. Just picked up a 65 convet and looking for a solid shop to bring it to when repairs are needed

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Can’t answer your question but these cars are pretty easy to work on and lots of people on this board are more than willing to help and guide you with respect to maintenance and repairs.
 

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Let me know when you find none. I am in metro west BOSTON and want a go to shop. Have done some stuff myself but there will be time for an expert opinion I am sure.


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will be happy to share when i find one. seems like this forum is a ghost town too bad... i just started taking some night classes at the local tech on auto repair my instructor is pretty cool and i can bring my car in to do repairs with the class as teaching opportunity
 

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Not sure if there is a lot activity on this site but thought i would reach out. Just picked up a 65 convet and looking for a solid shop to bring it to when repairs are needed

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If you are close to Cape Cod, I know of a great body shop (Ryll Automotive) for classic mustangs as well as an automotive shop for other repairs (Moore Automotive). The body shop has worked on my 1969 convertible (top adjustment, mirrors, touch up) plus he did a frame off restoration for his own 1966 convertible 1 1/2 years ago, which turned out beautifully. The automotive shop also worked on my’69 for a front disk brake conversion and carburetor help.
 
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