Good, but be wary. I regularly started to go to Adam and his guys shortly after acquiring my 1967 Ford Mustang. Everything was great, they were very cooperative, called often to give me updates one how the work was going. But recently, and this is after giving him repeat business and investing well over $5,000 into this classic car, things have begun to slip. Adam seemed to get brief and agitated, seals have needed replacing more than once. Unfortunately, this is the least of my worries. I recently had the car in for the front coil springs to be replaced. After three days in the shop, on the way home, I notice an assortment of dents in my front fenders that weren't there previously. I went back to Adam, and was given a run around of going to a body shop just to have him acknowledge that one of his guys screwed up. To top this all off, my car happens to have a paint job without a code, so it s unmatchable. Therefore, even if Adam were willing to fully pay for repairs, or ever replace the damaged fenders, I m being left out to dry for a full paint job. Long story short, Adam and his guys are good, but if his guys screw up and damage your car, don't expect him to come out and say it, or expect him to cover what was done.