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Repair shop  

Frank Bouchal
Active Member

Anyone know of a good shop in Phoenix that knows Desotos.  I want to have them look at my 50 and 32 for a few things.  Thanks Frank

Posted : June 21, 2019 5:26 am
Estimable Member

I wish you luck.  It seems as if the "local" shops that know these cars don't exist anymore.  I'm in Charleston, SC and I can't seem to find any really good ones either.  Are you a member of a local car club or the local chapter of an AACA group??  Perhaps one of those members can lead you in the right direction.  Hopefully someone else will come along on here that may be able to help you. Sorry I couldn't.  



Dean Mullinax
1941 DeSoto Deluxe 2 Door Sedan
It's Delightful, It's DeLovely, It's DeSoto!

Posted : June 21, 2019 11:24 pm