She said you’d better send all your work to Tim. She’s right, you were terrific from the first to help me assess the 67, offer advice and support during the process. Then your service is second to none. Complete, honest, fairly priced, my 67 was is good hands.
If anyone asks it is the ‘Carbarn’ I will recommend and Tim Mickey is the man to talk to. I am an avid reader of the Corvette Forum and have recommended you more than once.
Thanks again, Brad & Valerie Davenport
We forget just how old ‘tech’ these cars are. Bias ply tires are all over the lane. Steering not precise. But what a hoot, what a ‘wind on the bald-head’ thrill. I would say ‘wind in the hair’ but it would not be true …. for me!
Thanks again.. Gerry
Sincerely, Bill Luckey
Kecia Sleezer-Hoover at the North Central Regional in Rochester, MN in May 2014 with her 1955 Harvest Gold Corvette. “Next stop, NCRS National Convention in Kansas for the Duntov Award in July!!I could not have achieved it without all of the help of everybody at Mickey’s Car Barn! Thank you for your endless hours of hard work and dedication!” Rick & Kecia Sleezer-Hoover
Then (1970) & now. Seems like some things do get better with age!
*VTY, Dean Armstrong
I have been a Corvette enthusiast for almost 30 years and have been through 3 amateur restoration projects. With this experience I thought I had developed a network of qualified restoration experts and was ready to take a car to Top Flight level. After almost 4 years of work and countless amounts of money I realized that I was very mistaken.
I came to you with a compilation of other people’s mistakes and you systematically analyzed the job and were the first person I ever met who was able to quantify, in terms of points per dollar, a restoration project. You hit every quotation within 1% and enabled me to bring home the blue ribbon at the car’s FIRST JUDGING!
In 30 years I have never met anyone in this hobby with your level of knowledge and professionalism. Had I gone to you first I would have saved over $50k and would have a better car.
Again, my sincere thanks and I look forward to our next project together.
Sincerely, Michael Korchmar
Thank you for giving up part of your Saturday allowing us to pick up the car during off hours. Since I try to do a lot of my own work I really appreciated you taking the time to go over what was done on the car. Please thank the rest of “The Car Barn Team” for us as well.
The car drove great all the way home, the steering is tight, brake pedal is no longer soft, and the car actually feels like it has a suspension under it.
John & Devan Hanson