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Old 11-29-2010, 06:02 PM
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Brian, thanks. Tim Stevens did his and he is out of business.

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Brian, thanks. Tim Stevens did his and he is out of business.

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We have a shop in Richmond:
http://www.customautotop.com/
I've never had any work done by them though. A friend is having a Mastercraft completely redone by them as we speak.

There is also another one on the southside of Richmond that I can't recommend. They used to be great, but after the owner's passing, the management has gone downhill.
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I am in NJ if that helps... for powder coating that is
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There is a guy in Beltsville, Steve Wissoker, House of Powder. Has done a fair amount of stuff for people I know and they are real happy with his work. I have some stuff going to him this winter too if I get off my azz and get it apart

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Steve has done a bunch of stuff for me. Good work, reasonably priced, no BS....and he lives two blocks from me.
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[QUOTE=Sydwayz;3263202]We have a shop in Richmond:
http://www.customautotop.com/
I've never had any work done by them though. A friend is having a Mastercraft completely redone by them as we speak.

Small job that Custom Auto Top did for me. (Throttle pod) I built the box and he covered it.


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You should have just left the boat in Florida!

We can take care of any of that stuff at the AT Factory, and we have winter season storage & water delivery as well.
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Thanks to all. It seams that a talented vinyl guy is hard to find????

Again thanks.
Their is a shop in Waldorf MD, called Ace upholstry, he is on 925. Dont know much about him, a lot of street rod guys use him. He reskinned a motor cover for a friend and did a good job. There is a shop on Chancellors Run rd. Never had any work done their, just delivered alot of vinyl to him. Always had boats sitting around. Place wasnt much too look at though.

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22568 Chancellors Run Road, Great Mills, MD 20634-2409

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i used walkers about 7 years ago to recover a sunpad. The price was right and the job was satisfactory. i'd use them again for a small job, but i'm not sure I'd trust them with a big project. it's basically run out a single car garage.
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Walkers is ok for the easy stuff, but can't get close to logos and stuff that requires tight curves. Thanks to all though.
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Walkers is ok for the easy stuff, but can't get close to logos and stuff that requires tight curves. Thanks to all though.
Don't mess around, haul that thing down to Jim @ PPI in Florida. I don't think that there is much competition for them when you want the best!!

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