Do not use for classic cars
I brought a restored 1963 Beetle to get the door repaired in which the door hinges had been sprung. Upon arrival, Benny (shop manager) looks at the door, goes inside the shop gets a block of wood and starts crushing it between the door and door jamb which dents in the once perfect door jamb (this is before any contract is agreed to signed etc).
Jan the owner is present at this time and does not seem to mind whats going on. Benny assures me everything will be fine and can be fixed. I have a bad feeling about this (always follow your first instincts).
About 3 weeks later and after not being able to match the paint, telling me it was ready when it was not, and me finally having to give them my can of touchup paint so they could match it, I wind up with a crappy paint job that includes the entire side of the vehicle (not just the door), a still crushed in door jamb, paint torn from the door jamb when tape was removed, a door that still does not fit right and a ruined interior door panel that had the clips ripped out (cost me an extra $200).
This does not include the engine lid brace that was supposed to be fixed but was beyond their capabilities.
Their website shows an impressive list of fully restored vehicles, but obviously I did not get the "A" list body repairman. It's sad that workmanship is so mediocre these days and no one seems to care what goes out of the shop. I wish they had told me they could not handle the job at the beginning. Now I am going to have to find someone else to fix their "restoration". They were very nice people to deal with but who wants crappy work. Do not use these people!