Kens Speed Shop in Toone, TN with Reviews -

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By: Jay R.
Ken's Speed Shop
My experiences with this business are nothing but excellent ... i dont know why it could get a nevative review ?? I mean I have had several cars built by this man ,and when I say built I mean totally restored here is my favorite one 1970 Camaro fully restored from this BUSINESS and that was the first one and thats been 5 years ago . I havent had absolutely no problems out of this car none . I just had an agreement with this man that my car would be mistake free when I got it back and he said no problem at all just would take the extra time to make sure everything was perfect when i got my car back and that is completely understandable . This man will give you the best work he can if you have an understanding with him . I still drive my car every day and sent many more friends to him and they love their vehicles . Bottom line is I would recomend anyone to this business just have the respect to make an understanding with some one .
Tips & Advices
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