Rob Paul Customs in Green Bay Wisconsin.
Rob Paul is a friend of ours from the http://www.jalopyjournal.com/ forum. He is a local Hot Rod builder who contacted us yesterday about some metal shaping issues he was having. Rob has been using an ancient 1″ throat “Lancaster” style, WWII era hand operated shrinker / stretcher that was very limited. Rob was frustrated. It was chewing up his material and he said he found himself spending more time cleaning up his metal afterwards than he spent actually shrinking the material. We told him to come on down to Manitowoc.
Rob came down to Baileigh and we did a little demo on our MSS-16F Metal Shrinker Stretcher. The secret to the MSS-16F is it’s tooling. Oval in shape and with a non-aggressive pattern, the tooling is unmatched in the market for a foot operated shrinker / Stretcher. Shapes metal super fast, with very little marking.
Rob has a full Hot Rod shop and is always looking for new projects.
His work will be featured in Rod and Custom magazine in the near future.
If you are in Northern Wisconsin and need some work done on your ride, give him a call. Tell him Baileigh sent you.
Rob Paul Customs
Green Bay, Wisconsin
Some of his projects include:
1930 Ford Model A Coupe
1953 Pontiac convertible
If you have any questions about shaping metal, building or restoring classic cars, give us a call at Baileigh and ask to speak to one of our metal shaping experts.