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Fiberglass Top Restoration

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Looking for a company that does fiberglass top restoration. I am in Kentucky but would be willing to ship anywhere for quality work. Any recommendations? Thanks!
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Restomod Store in Lees Summit, MO did mine. They put new seam sealer in it and repainted it with SEM hot rod black. Overall they did a great job. You might be better off driving up there instead of shipping it and spending a few days in Kansas City.
A boat repair place or corvette shop would be where i would look. Being in Kentucky, you should be able to find a corvette shop easy
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I don't see this as anything that any body shop couldn't handle? Every car has metal, plastic, and fiberglass parts on it that they paint all the time, so its basicly routine work.

It doesn't look like it needs any repair, just a disassemble, scuff & seal, re-spray, & reassemble with new seals.

Make a few calls, tell them what you want, a light scuff as not to remove the factory texture, then a respray inside & out with a non shiny finish as it came from the factory.
If you can do hands on type of repairs, I would suggest you do it yourself. I did mine and wrote up an article for the forum and posted it here....

It worked out pretty well and the topper still looks very good. The Emron paint I used is still in great shape after 3+ years.

There is a lot of elbow grease involved but I was very satisfied with the labor cost I had to put out ($0) ;)
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