I took him my car to him in November, 2007. Gave him $5600 total. He said he was ordering parts. He cut car up. He said he was working on it, he sent pics of rear frame rails installed, but wouldn’t show me car after I drove 8 hours to see it. Showed up when he wasn’t expecting me. Saw that he had faked pics of installed frame rails. I do not know what you call that in Texas?????? Daryl ZACHARY, LouisianaU.S.A.
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