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I have to preface my comments by saying that I am not a “car guy”. I dont and never did enjoy the tinkering process. I did buy a 1957 Ford F-100 because my wife had to have it. Shortly after buying it, I realized that there was essentially nothing but the frame that did not require repair, replacement, or repainting. I wasted too much time and money on substandard to borderline fraudulent “repairs” by another shop and was at my wit’s end. My wife found Classic Reflections online and we took it there as a last chance for this truck. Brian was friendly and empathetic about my trials, but frank about what it would cost to do things right. He even told me at what point further repairs would not add selling value.

We proceeded to: replace the engine, put in automatic transmission and power brakes, repair the exhaust, rewire totally, put new but stock appearing gauges, rehang the doors, reupholster and re-carpet the interior, fix the wipers and widow rollers, put in new visors, windshield, and radio, lock box under the seat, and truck bed box and lighting. All were done expertly and in a timely fashion.

Make no mistake, Classic Reflections is not cheap. However, good luck finding someone else with the knowledge, honesty, integrity, and passion that Brian Vaughn brings to his work. I just wanted it done, and done right the first time. Classic Reflections was and is that place for me and Brian is my car guy.

– James Majors

I brought my black 2009 Dodge Charger in for a detail job and all I can say is WOW!! I can’t begin to say what an amazing job that they did on it!! She looks and feels better than the day she came off the show room floor. I fell in love with her all over again. Thank you again guys! I will definitely be back and I will absolutely be recommending them to everyone.

– Karissa Kenley