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Factory Five Racing Names Collision Quest Exclusive Painting Consultant for Factory Five Customers


The world’s largest kit car manufacturer, Factory Five
Racing, Inc. of Wareham, Mass., has entered into an agreement with Collision
Quest, of Boston, Mass., in which Collision Quest will become the exclusive
collision repair and painting consultant to both new and existing Factory Five

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"Because our cars are built by their owners, there’s
a special bond that exists," said David Smith, president and co-founder of
Factory Five Racing. "As such, we want to be sure that our owners are
fully supported by the best painters and collision repairers in the industry
and have confidence that those they’re talking to have the full support of
Factory Five Racing. By teaming up with Collision Quest, we can be assured that
will be the case."

Collision Quest has already begun the process of
identifying and certifying some of the most highly qualified painters and
repairers from around the country to assist Factory Five customers who are
looking for referrals for customized paint jobs, build assist and repairs. Jeff Collins of Whitby Motors in North
Carolina, Jeff Miller of Miller Custom Painting in California, Gordon Levy of
Levy Racing in Arizona and Bart Brown of All Angles Collision Repair in Kansas
(who used ChemSpec’s Metalux brand paint, the official paint of Factory Five
Racing) are a few of the repairers and facilities that have been approved.


"I commend Dave Smith and Factory Five Racing for
taking the necessary steps to ensure that his customers have a resource like
Collision Quest to assist his customers who are looking for a painter, or
repairer, who has experience working on these amazing cars," said Brown of
All Angles. "It’s this type of commitment to excellence that has made
Factory Five Racing truly the ‘best in class’ when it comes to kit cars."

Added Collision Quest spokesman Stephen Regan,
"We’re very happy to be working with Factory Five Racing and their
customers. Collision Quest is committed to ensuring consumers receive the
highest level of service and quality for automotive painting and repair, and
that’s exactly what Factory Five customers can expect when it comes to
repairing or painting these exquisite cars."


Factory Five Racing currently produces five distinct
component kits for assembly: Mk. 4 Roadster, ’33 Hot Rod, Type 65 Coupe, GTM
Supercar and Challenge Car competition model. Customers purchase kit components
and then assemble them with an existing chassis/drivetrain to produce high
performance street and racing vehicles. 

More information:

Collision Quest

Factory Five Racing 





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