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I'm getting a llittle tired of autobodystore.com. It seems they like to push what they sell, and don't really give me the advise I'm seeking. Are there any others that are active and unbiased?

Maybe Bob could start one? *hehe*


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IMHO I've always found the advise on autobodystore to be excellent. The only issue I have is sometimes they're preaching to the choir, with a focus on using high end products rather than the make do approach of the one time restorer. That being said, I do not feel the advise is bias. Len tests and reports on products and recommends the products he has confidence in. If he hasn't tested a product he says so.

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if you hook up with a good one, I'd be interested as well, please post it!
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I bought Len's video. While it was basically a home movie, it did give me some very valuable insight. Didn't mind the price but DANG! Send Len a bowl of pasta! That boy is skinny!

Looks like P&B is like building a house, you better have a strong foundation if you want your efforts to last.

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All I can tell you is Len helped me loads, by email and on the phone. Autobody is where I go to find out
what I need on paint and body work and I've started buying stuff there too. May pay a bit more on some
things, I don't know but when I can call a guy while I'm standen in my shop drippen paint and he gets me
straight, he gets my buisiness. Now with that said, try this one. http://www.paintucation.com/index2.html
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