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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 05-28-2018, 03:00 PM Thread Starter
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Does anyone have any experience with these guys? They have great reviews but as a dealership. I haven't seen anything specific regarding their work though. If anyone has any recommendations for shops in the Seattle/Eastside or northern I-5 corridor, I'd greatly appreciate it.

'66 Coupe - Pro-touring in the making

289 or 302? 4bbl
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TCP suspension front and rear
18x8 Wheels and Baer 6P all four corners

And no more money left in my wallet...
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 05-28-2018, 04:59 PM
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Not familiar with them. Didn't even realize they are there. What kind of work are you looking to have done?
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post #3 of 6 (permalink) Old 05-28-2018, 07:29 PM Thread Starter
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Just generic mechanical that I canít do myself, but some custom, as well.

'66 Coupe - Pro-touring in the making

289 or 302? 4bbl
T-5Z
9" TrueTrac 3.55 gears
TCP suspension front and rear
18x8 Wheels and Baer 6P all four corners

And no more money left in my wallet...
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I have heard people speak well of Brad's Custom Auto on the north end for a mechanic shop, but I haven't used them myself. And in case you're wondering, no, its not mine.
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Haha, I was about to ask. Ok, Iíll give them a look, thank you!

'66 Coupe - Pro-touring in the making

289 or 302? 4bbl
T-5Z
9" TrueTrac 3.55 gears
TCP suspension front and rear
18x8 Wheels and Baer 6P all four corners

And no more money left in my wallet...
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I have heard people speak well of Brad's Custom Auto on the north end for a mechanic shop, but I haven't used them myself. And in case you're wondering, no, its not mine.
I referred my friend MacK to Brad's and he is impressed with the work they have done for him. The problem he has is they are so busy, it is really hard to get your car in.
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66 coupe, '93 Fox seats, Three point belts, 289, Edelbrock, Weiand, JBA tri-y's, 2" duel exhaust (H-pipe), T5 trans(3.35), Pro 5.0 shifter, 3.40 open, KH front disc, Porterfield R4-S pads, 1" front sway bar, Shelby drop, Spring perch relocation, Shelby quick steer, GT progressive coils (1/2 coil cut), 4.5 leaf mid-eye, Bilstein street shocks, Export brace, Monti-Carlo bar, Sub-frame connectors, Performance alignment (+3.5 caster/-.5 camber), 16x7 wheels, 215/55/16 & 225/55/16 BFG G-force

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