I live in Montgomery County. I personally would not take my car anywhere in Montgomery based on prior estimates to have work done. Seems like most shops and vendors are overpriced. During the summer, I accidently scratched my car. I got a couple of estimates in the County and was shocked at what they wanted to charge. I called an old friend of mine whose work has been illustrated in Hot Rod magazine. His name is Pete Jones, owner of Classic Car Shop. They are located at 1413 Shoemaker Road, Baltimore, MD. Call them at (410) 337-9597. The only hassle was I had to get the wife to follow me down there and drive me there when the car was ready. Pete stands behind his work and your car will secured. Should you find someone in the County who does good work at a reasonable price, please let me know. But for now, I’ll go to Baltimore.
Thanks for the input. Baltimore isn't too bad. There's a DC Metro Bus that runs a schedule from the airport there to Union Station in DC; or there's the Amtrak that I could take. I'm still many months off from making a decision though.
Hey all, I read a lot about getting the MD chapter rolling, but no word on a meet. How about everyone starts by posting their zip code and name of the city, so we can plan on the most central location and get a count on how many people are interested. Then we can plan out meets at different...
Anyone else going to Ocean City for this event? I've gone for the last several years and it's a blast. I'm working on planning a Mopar meet and greet so let me know if you are interested.
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Hey, anybody but me live in AACo and own a Challenger? I would love to find a local Challenger club or start one. Come on! We own the most beautiful, wonderful, most perfect cars on the planet! We need to get together, raise a brew and feel special and Mopar PROUD!
Just wondering if any of the local people have had their DRL's enabled. If you have, where did you go to get it done? Figured before I started calling dealers to see if they would/could do it I would ask here.
I live in the Northern Montgomery County, work in Frederick County, and frequent...