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Wiring Shop Recommend

From: David J
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Date: July 04, 2002
Time: 08:57:03


I recently had to have some wiring redone on my '61 Seneca, and found a great shop for anyone in the Central Texas area; Beck Auto Electric in Austin, Texas. They were extremely knowlegable, old car friendly (the guy had a '53 Ford P/U in the shop that he is doing a complete rewire on), and went beyond a basic repair by doing such things as adding a fuse to the replaced original hot wire that caused all of my woes, and adding fusible links to all of the power wires leading into the car (I can't recommend doing this highly enough, especially with no fuse block!). They were also able to make a turn signal assembly drilled for the wrong turn signal indicator work by combining old and new parts, rather than send the part back and hope for the best. It's rare these days to find many shops that will deal with our old cars, so I feel that when one finds a good shop, they should get their proper credit. Thanks for reading, and I hope to see y'all on the road! -David


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