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doublesnaggle

Need a shop recommendation for my 99 CAB. Need CAB top work... Bay Are

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Hello all,

I need to get my cab top replaced, reinstalled and all around fixed in the Bay Area (CA). I talked to a shop in San Jose and he seemed interested in doing all the work, but when I told him the top and frame was removed, he wouldnt reply to me anymore. South Bay, San Jose, Fresno, or East Bay area please. I guess, for a really good shop, I would go to Sacramento or LA even.

I need a shop that really knows 996 Cab Tops. Thanks!!!!!!

:( :( :( :( :( :( :( :( :(

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I think you are going to find that many shops are reluctant to undertake an already diassembled project; there are always issuse with missing bits, broken parts, etc. that just cannot be figured into an estimate. These are never fun.........

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I just had my top replaced after a collision. Finish Line in Santa Clara came highly recommended to me and they did a great job. The top looks and folds perfect. I even had him put in a tinted vinyl window which I always wanted.

http://www.finishlineinteriors.com/

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