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  • okc63avanti
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    When my entire set of Avanti Stewart Warner gauges were restored I used Williamson's Instrument Service located in Chester, Arkansas. The work was excellent and the gauges were turned around in a couple of months. I'm not sure what their timing or backlog is looking like currently but I seemed to have hit them at a good time.

    http://www.williamsons.com/

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  • JER
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    Originally posted by jclary View Post
    Get me an address and I'll be happy to drop by and check them out.
    D&M Restoration
    57B Creekside Park Ct
    Greenville, S.C.
    864 254 9989

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  • JER
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    Originally posted by bezhawk View Post
    I called them to do some gauges for me, but, was told I had a year wait.
    (I couldn't wait a year).
    Sounds about right. They have had my gas gauge and sending unit for over a month and had not worked on it yet. Called three weeks ago and was told it was next in line and would call in about a week. No call so I called again this morning and was told it was next in line. Their ad in Hemming's said fast turn around!

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  • bezhawk
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    I called them to do some gauges for me, but, was told I had a year wait.
    (I couldn't wait a year).

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  • jclary
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    Originally posted by JER View Post
    Any of you guys in the Greenville, S.C. area know of this shop. They advertise as America's finest classic instrument restoration shop.
    I called them and they said they could repair my fuel gauge for the Hawk.
    Any feed back on this place?
    Get me an address and I'll be happy to drop by and check them out.

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  • SILENTBOB
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    They did the speedometer on my 64 Avanti and it looks like new.

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  • VAG88
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    JER: I,had D&M,restore and convert a clock for my 1963 Lark.I,haven't installed it yet,but it looks like new.They,are very good communicators,and kept me informed of progress as it went along. I,have no doubt,it will operate,just fine. VA88

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  • 64V-K7
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    I've heard of D&M doing excellent work back into the late 90's

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  • JER
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    D & M Restorations

    Any of you guys in the Greenville, S.C. area know of this shop. They advertise as America's finest classic instrument restoration shop.
    I called them and they said they could repair my fuel gauge for the Hawk.
    Any feed back on this place?
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