Flatliner Rod Shop
is an old saying in the world of business: "Customer service, high quality, and
great price...pick the two you want." But here at Flatliner Rod Shop, there is
no room for such a phrase, thanks to friendly attitudes, attention to detail,
and excellent shop rates.
The process, regardless of
what is being done to the car, is started with a free, detailed estimate. The
price on the estimate is usually "what you see is what you get", unless
otherwise specified. If line items are added as the project goes on, they are
dealt with accordingly. We like to go further than the estimate on an
hour-for-hour basis. This extra time on the project is not translated into a
higher final price. It is our belief that it is better to produce unexpectedly
high quality at an agreed price, than it is to cut corners to bring the agreed
Working with other businesses is
imperative for good industry relations. We have been known to tackle metalwork
and paint work for other well-known shops and are always pleased to do so in a
professional and timely manner.
At Flatliner, we
strive to make our customers proud. It's not just a job...it's a passion.
Aiming for the best value in design, fabrication, paint, and overall innovation
has paved the way for many resulting friendships and repeat customers.
What can Flatliner Rod Shop do for you?
Though founded in 2006,
Flatliner Rod Shop's family history dates back to the 1950s.
Pfannenstiel in center.
text, photos, and website
Copyright Nick Pfannenstiel 2014
Panoramic photo of
Flatliner Rod Shop, Inc's primary shop (one shop of two), courtesy Rockstar
Photo Studios. In this photo, you can see a 1932 Ford 3-Window Coupe, a
1940 Ford Tudor Sedan, a 1935 Chevy Coupe, a 1966 Plymouth Sport Fury, and two
new-design airplane fuselages. What you can't see is what we have in the
other shop: a 1968 Dodge Dart Swinger, a 1968 Z-28 Camaro, and a 1955