[TR] Nisonger Instrument Repair
floridatr6 at cfl.rr.com
Sat Jan 16 14:54:15 MST 2016
I think we had this Mo-Ma discussion a year or so back. The gripe was the backlog of non Pebble Beach cars and a lack of communication on the part of the owners. I believe there may have been a concern over the quality of their work as well but honestly can't remember.
I too have used Mo-Ma and they did a fantastic job; but it was almost twenty years ago now. With that much time past my experience with the company means nothing. The thing is, as it was a year ago in this discussion, who has dealt with them in the last couple of years and what was the price structure and quality of their work like.
> On Jan 16, 2016, at 16:45, Loumetelko at aol.com wrote:
> In a message dated 1/16/2016 1:53:14 P.M. Eastern Standard Time, dave at ranteer.com writes:
> don’t bother with mo-ma – they are doing high dollar cars and don’t care about anything else.
> I cannot let this slam go by without the comment that MO-MA restored all six of the original gauges on my 54 TR2. I was stunned by the beauty of their work and now thirteen years and 38,000 miles later all six gauges are functionally and visually still perfect!
> Lou Metelko
> Auburn, Indiana
> 54 TR2LD
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