If you’ve seen our website, you probably already know that it’s a little sparse, and short on content. Please be patient. These things take time. I’ll also say that my goal is to only write about, or post pictures of vehicles or cool things that we have for sale, or are here at the property and we can help sell for our friend at Dick’s Auto. I want to stay true, and authentic to our company culture of taking care of our employees as if they are family, having fun in everything we do, and providing our customers with the best products and services we possibly can. Everything we do is about the cool vintage cars and trucks, and not about the drama you might see somewhere else. Please check our website often, as we have some very exciting things happening, and share us on your social media when you see something you like. Heck, share us every day!! That’s what I tell my Mother.
This week I thought I’d point you to the tab on our website titled, “Customer Projects”. I am so excited to share our first story that will be going in there.
This summer I had one of my friends from Montana drop off this nice little 1950 Dodge Pickup. It was pretty straight, and all the tires were holding air, but it was full of junk and smelled awful. We cleaned it up, titled it and quickly put her up for sale. It wasn’t here very long before a guy named Mike from Massachusetts sent me a deposit to hold it until he could make the drive out to pick her up. Mike had bought and already restored another truck from here four years ago, so he knew we’d have some good merchandise to work with.
It wasn’t long before he picked it up, and he told me he planned to begin work immediately. It’s only been a little over a month since he took her home, and you can see from the pictures that Mike isn’t wasting any time. This truck was in really good shape, and even though that helps, there is still a lot of work that goes into rebuilding one of these.
You can see the pictures he sent me. It looks like everything is apart, and he said it’s been sent to the media blaster. This truck went from Montana to a new life in Massachusetts. How cool is that? Mike can be proud that his little 1950 Dodge pickup will forever be the official “First Customer Project” that originated here at Angry Auto Group.
Check back often, as we’ll keep you updated as things progress.