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05/15/2017
By: Denny L.
GB Customs & Collision
What can I say about GB Customs? Nothing less than outstanding! Jeff and his staff are more than body shop experts – they’re artists! I hired them to complete the restoration of my 66 Mustang (Priscilla) back in 2010 and never dreamed it would turn out as beautiful as it did. Absolutely flawless and pristine! The Raven black paint with gold painted stripes really pop! I have showed the Mustang going on 7 seasons now winning top awards everywhere we take her. And, she still looks as sharp as the day he delivered her back to me. Everywhere we take her, people say WOW – who did that paint job? I point to his embedded logo on the front and say – these guys right here – here’s his card. And, talk about service after the sale – he honors his warranty like no one else I’ve ever dealt with, no hassles whatsoever. Since then, I have used GB Customs for any and all body repairs and extras on all my vehicles. I’d put them up against anybody – anywhere. You don’t find straight-forward and honest people like them everywhere. If I were rating GB Customs on a scale from 1-10, I’d give them a 12! They Rock!!
04/17/2017
By: Sunny V.
GB Customs & Collision
Best all around! The only shop I will recommend to anybody. They have done custom restoration work and collision repairs for me amd my family. Each time they went above and beyond any of our expectations.
Tips & Advices
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