A bunch of you already know my situation with my car. In the past four year I had to deal with the so called chassis guy/shop that had it for so long just to do the cage and suspension install. Once I got my car back, I took the past year off helping my wonderful and loving girlfriend deal with cancer and helping us move into a new place. Since then I have read a lot of posts on here and talked to a ton of people about how I should finish my car and who I should let work on it. This past Saturday my buddy Jason (LS10Blazer) and I left home at 5am and was I95 southbound for Aiken, SC. We arrived at NRC and we were both amazed at how clean the exterior of the property is and even more shocked when we saw how meticulously clean and organized the shop itself is (doubting they actually do any work lol). We met with Bob and shortly thereafter his son Jay, two of the nicest and most knowledgeable people I have come across in the sport. They both went over my car with a fine tooth comb. Bob and I talk almost on a daily basis, whether it’s through email or by phone and he has always kept me updated on any ideas or changes to the car. He is very interested in keeping me up to date on what’s going on elsewhere in our sport as well. The man is quite informative. After spending most of the afternoon talking with Bob and Jay, my buddy and I decided to make the eight hour trip back home and said our goodbyes. In the end, the long sixteen hour drive was worth it. NRC and Bob/Jay are really great people and I can’t stress enough on their great work product. I look forward to having my car built by them and also interacting with them on regarding its progress from start to finish and beyond. Bob and Jay, I can’t thank you enough for helping me get my mess of a car straight and closer to being finished.