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jeep

I am wondering why you call a Willys a Willis?? Ralph

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Jack Nolan
#1750305
Your question is quite specific. The best way to get the answer is to contact FantomWorks Customer Service by phone at (888) 326-8661 or by email at cs@fantomworks.com and ask for assistance.
Please note that FantomWorks Customer Service can be reached Monday - Friday from 8AM to 5PM, Saturday and Sunday - by appointment only.
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why do u replace thechrome radiater hoses with the rubber ones

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Ann McDonald
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It is better to contact Fantomworks customer service by toll-free number 888-326-8661 or by email address cs@fantomworks.com

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Company name

Why did you change the spelling of the name phantom works to Fantom Works. I think it looked better when it was Phantom.

My husband and I love your show. I hope your really not going off the air.

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Jack Nolan
#1750301
Your question seems to be quite specific. The best way to get the answer is to contact FantomWorks Customer Service by phone at (888) 326-8661 or by email at cs@fantomworks.com and ask for assistance.
Please note that FantomWorks Customer Service can be reached Monday - Friday from 8AM to 5PM, Saturday and Sunday - by appointment only.
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1969 Hurst Olds clone

Hi , Enjoy your show . Have difficulty wrapping my head around one aspect of the 69 Hurst Olds build .

The owner initially states money is no problem & when receiving the bill he tosses it & basically says doesn’t matter . Why then concerned about a few thousand to look at & repair the engine ? Pushes it into a trailer to have the engine fixed on warranty??? Also a tech query .

Been a while since rebuilding an engine , but the theory was on initial start , run it above 2000 RPM for 20 minutes to avoid wiping the cam .

No longer required ? Thanks

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Jack Nolan
#1750302
According to the FantomWorks faq page, the total cost depends on the cost of parts and materials as well as $78.00-$98.00 per hour in labor for the work the customer agrees to have the FantomWork team do. Once they have reviewed the vehicle, but before they start work on it, the customer is given an estimate of costs that they agree to.
Please note that estimates are just that, estimates. They are not a final bill and can fluctuate depending on customer additions/subtractions and other factors.
For further assistance please reach out to FantomWorks Customer Service by phone at (888) 326-8661 or by email at cs@fantomworks.com.
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93Mustang Lx5.0 V8 Coupe w Trunk, Calypso Green

About Two Months Ago.. I sent an Email w request for service on Above Mentoined Vehicle....And as of yet, Haven't Had any Reply/or Call..

Dan Should have My Information Regarding the Particulars .. But basically it is a Oneofa kind NOS Mustang less than 2k Miles always Inclosed covered Garage Kept.. Just been Setting For Some time....

It Really a App A Call from Dan . Thanks

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Jack Nolan
#1750303
If you need any assistance, you may always reach out to FantomWorks Customer Service by phone, by email, by mail, or via their social media.
FantomWorks Customer Service
  • Mailing Address: 2400 Hampton Blvd Norfolk, Virginia 23517 United States

Please note that FantomWorks Customer Service can be reached Monday - Friday from 8AM to 5PM, Saturday and Sunday - by appointment only.
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1952 Henry J

This was my first car. My dad gave it too me in a basket. Can you help me find another one to rebuild.

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Jack Nolan
#1750304
According to fantomworks.com, FantomWorks provides vehicle repair and restoration services. Please contact FantomWorks Customer Service by phone at (888) 326-8661 or by email at cs@fantomworks.com Monday - Friday from 8AM to 5PM for further assistance.
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