Precision Restorations... knows how important it is for its customers to know how much things cost before they begin an automotive restoration.
St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) August 23, 2012
The U.S. economies’ slow recovery has affected the once “bull” restoration market. With pre-’09 muscle car auction prices bringing $250K for anything with a Hemi, and north of $500K for Boss 429 Mustangs, it was nearly impossible to lose money on a first-rate restoration. Now, with prices approximately 50% off market highs, you need to watch your restoration costs carefully. Muscle Car restorations, Classic Car restorations, and even the popular Resto-Mod builds have felt the economies’ pinch. To ensure that you are not “under water” with your restoration project, you need to know what the real costs and timetable will be.
Precision Restorations in St. Louis, MO, knows how important it is for its customers to know how much things cost before they begin an automotive restoration. Many shops will shoot a prospective customer a low-ball price quote only to revise it upward as the restoration progresses. Countless broken dreams, lawsuits and unfinished restorations are the result. That is why Precision Restorations is offering its free Restoration Costs Ebook to give potential customers an idea of how much it will cost to complete a restoration. It covers virtually every process from disassembly to mechanical, to paint and bodywork and reassembly. Precision’s vast experience provided the cost basis – with approximately 15-20 cars under restoration at any time at its 25,000 sq.ft. facility, they have a very accurate idea of how much a restoration will cost.
While Precision Restorations’ “How Much Does It Cost” Ebook will give someone a rough idea of how much it will cost, Precision performs a four-hour on-site vehicle inspection before providing a customer a quote. They also use a comprehensive 180-item checklist to evaluate a vehicle on disassembly and monitor its progress through the Precision Restorations process.
To download your free copy just go to http://www.PrecisionCarRestoration.com, click on the free Ebook offer and download the pdf. For more information please contact Precision Restorations at phone: 314-652-1966. Email: info [at] precisioncarrestoration [dot] com.