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post #16 of 21 (permalink) Old 06-19-2015, 12:58 AM
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Hi folks. I'm local as well - in Loveland. Hopefully will meet some of you this weekend

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Just got my 68! I'm in the boulder area. Any good clubs/mechanics around here? Looking forward to crossing paths with some of you all!
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post #19 of 21 (permalink) Old 06-28-2018, 11:35 PM
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Just got my 68! I'm in the boulder area. Any good clubs/mechanics around here? Looking forward to crossing paths with some of you all!
jrm27-- Just curious if you were able to find a good mechanic/ body shop along the front range? I have a 65 coupe back in Iowa that I will be bringing to Colorado before winter, or so is planned. I know it has some work to be done that my be out of my comfort zone.

Just wondering.

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jrm27-- Just curious if you were able to find a good mechanic/ body shop along the front range? I have a 65 coupe back in Iowa that I will be bringing to Colorado before winter, or so is planned. I know it has some work to be done that my be out of my comfort zone.

Just wondering.

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I'm sorry that I'm a good 3 months late, but hopefully you find this helpful! I've worked with Josh at Oyler Speed Shop a bunch and he has been awesome! https://www.oylersspeedshop.com

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Thanks. We never ended up finding a place down near Parker that the wife and I liked (more importantly that we could afford). Mustang will stay in Iowa until spring. Thank you for the recommendation. The website, and mustang work they showcase, looks great. I'll have to go in and speak with them.

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jrm27-- Just curious if you were able to find a good mechanic/ body shop along the front range? I have a 65 coupe back in Iowa that I will be bringing to Colorado before winter, or so is planned. I know it has some work to be done that my be out of my comfort zone.

Just wondering.

MHS
I'm sorry that I'm a good 3 months late, but hopefully you find this helpful! I've worked with Josh at Oyler Speed Shop a bunch and he has been awesome! https://www.oylersspeedshop.com

Good luck!

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