Lincoln, Ne. automobile restoration shop, Restore a Muscle Car (RAMC) will host Mike Lavallee of Killer Paint in Snohomish, Wash. for four days while he paints flame work on a black Banshee TA conversion.
"We are currently finishing up the Banshee conversion to get it ready for Mike's arrival as he'll be adding the finishing touches to this restoration for us," said owner and operator of RAMC, Dave Hall.
Lavallee is well known for his appearances and work on the popular TLC television show Overhaulin' in addition to his appearances on Jesse James' Discovery show, Monster Garage for his flame work painting. To learn more about Lavallee and see his work, visit www.killerpaint.com.
RAMC will be open to the public for a meet and greet with Lavallee on either Friday afternoon, 11/30 or Saturday morning, 12/1. This would also be an opportunity for visitors to bring by custom paint jobs to schedule with Lavallee, as Lavallee may have time to do additional work while in Lincoln. To check confirmed open house dates for meeting Lavallee, please visit RAMC's website in addition to their Facebook and Twitter.
Restore a Muscle Car opened in 2005 and has restored more than 400 cars for clients from around the world. In addition to their restoration work, they are also well known for their yearly Bandit Run, which reenacts the route driven from the movie "Smokey and the Bandit" and attracts participants from around the country. For more information about their services or to view RAMC restoration portfolio, visit their website at www.restoreamusclecar.com.
Lincoln, Neb. automobile restoration shop, Restore a Muscle Car (RAMC) will host Mike Lavallee of Killer Paint in Washington for four days while he paints flame work on a black Banshee TA conversion.