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Old 15 Apr 2004, 05:30 pm
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Has anyone use Trickcruiser body components? I've been looking at a front end and rollpan, but wanted something a little different from the standard stuff out there. I liked what PTCruisn was putting out there. Their designs seemed to be simple and smooth, more with less.

If anyone has tried Trickcruiser, how is their product and are you happy with it?
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Old 15 Apr 2004, 05:34 pm
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I inquired about the Concorder front end with the owner.
Nice guy, seems good quality stuff.
he does his own work,so I imagine he has good QA.
I haven't seen anyone here with his pieces, but if i had the money I'd go for the Concorde or Viper.
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Old 15 Apr 2004, 06:49 pm
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I can't speak to how he is to do business with BUT I CAN tell you he does nice work and he's a friendly guy (he's in the same PT club as me).[8D]
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Really nice guy in person and by email. Never bought anything tho (Im a cheaparse)
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Old 16 Apr 2004, 03:30 am
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I'd be inclined to give his stuff a second look if he comes up with installed photos larger than a matchbook.
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Old 16 Apr 2004, 11:09 am
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quote:Originally posted by GstnNole

Has anyone use Trickcruiser body components? I've been looking at a front end and rollpan, but wanted something a little different from the standard stuff out there. I liked what PTCruisn was putting out there. Their designs seemed to be simple and smooth, more with less.

If anyone has tried Trickcruiser, how is their product and are you happy with it?
www.trickcruiser.com
Well, I can tell you first-hand about him and his stuff. Mike is a retired body guy and he is fanatical about the quality, fit and finish of the things he makes for his own use, and that he sells.You see his Yellow Panel PT? He fabricated that whole thing himself out of metal, and went to great lengths to make it appear as if it were a factory-built car.
I saw his front fascias, which I will be getting when I can coax the damn money out of my hands, and I saw exactly how they are made, the molds, etc.He doesn't sell junk AT ALL, and anyone that has bought one of his pieces loves it. I know he'll be at Daytona, so if anyone that wants one of his things is going, they may want to see if he can bring it there with him.
On a personal note, he's just a really nice guy.He lives about 15 minutes from my Mom, and when I went to visit her, he and I were able to hang out a bit.
His stuff isn't cheap, but the quality is great, and it's not something you see on every other PT.

I'll vouche for him 100%.
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