First Dan told the Client that spending that kind of money on an a very poorly kept Corvette was not
worth spending that kind of money on a low horse
power Corvette that needs a body off complete
restoration. It's to bad that he missed this part of
the show. I have worked on cars since I was 16 and
It may look easy but it's not. I have run a engineering
company and paying unemployment compensation
which went to 5% do to a part timer who filled in for
a week put in for unemployment .paying 1/2 of SS and
workmens compensation plus any really good mechanic gets at easy $30 to $50 pay roll isn't cheap
plus Dan has to follow the producer rules which is why
American Restoration told them to fry ice. Dans work
Will not do a vehicle unless it leaves with safe breaks,
Engine, and frames. So who ever thinks running a business is easy .please try working on a car that the
client thinks is 80% done when the frame is bent, the
Engine s shot, and there is a ton of Bondo.I have owned a business for over 25 years. Ad it's not easy.
Hopefully folks will figure it out. Dan owns and runs
one of the better shops. But now he has a producer
telling him what to do. Also is a very fair and produces
A better vehicle the when it came out of the factory.
Wise up .
Reason of review: He did what he said he would do I could not be more satisfied.
I liked: Totally honest.