Their ad says Custom Fabrication and Welding, so when l needed to have a camper tie-down system l called Mark and he said sure no problem. Dang, they did an amazing job, that is so much stronger than the store bought system. The camper is on our Ford F-350 so solid and the system they created looks so good too. Other car related projects going on at Old School Auto Repair, included a ‘66 Ford LTD that’s getting new Dakota Digital gauges, a power steering pump and new side mirrors. Above it is a ‘65 Buick Special that they installed a new Chevy 350 V-8 and Turbo 350 transmission and new brakes, shocks and springs.
The ‘67 Mercury Cougar had been sitting for about 5 years, the Old School mechanics are bringing it back to a safe and reliable condition. Up on a lift is a 1955 Chevy pickup, that now features a brand new TCI chassis, new bed and a lot more. The ‘66 Buick was fitted with a new electronic ignition, they rebuilt the speedometer, put on new tires along with other misc. upgrades. These are all nice examples of the many different types of work you can have done at Old School Auto Repair.
They are located about 200 feet south from the intersection of Main Street on Alma School Rd. in Mesa. Call them at 480-964-2398. Please mention Roddin’ & Racin’ when you call or stop by.