As a kid growing up in the 70's and living near a military base, I got to see the Army jeep a lot. It was then that I was hooked and found a love for the jeep, especially the M151A2. Since then I have owned several. When I met Frank for the first time 18 years ago I bought a M151A2 from him. It was a super nice jeep, one of the nicest, if not the nicest M151A2 I have ever owned. Since then I have sold it and have regretted it ever since. Frank had done a excellent job restoring it and that is the biggest reason I wished I had not sold it. As the years have gone by, Frank and I have remained friends. Several years ago he restored a 1978 M151A2 for me and again he did an excellent job. I still own it today. I have had Frank work on other vehicles I have owned, a 72 M151A2, a M35A3, and a M274A2 mule.
Now he has just completed a full restoration of a 72 M151A2 for me, and I must say it looks awesome! Frank did a top notch job. He puts his heart and soul in every project. The hard work he did to this jeep is amazing, it looks fantastic! I couldn't be happier with how it turned out. It is a show winning jeep.
So if you are looking to have a jeep restored, look no further, Frank is your man. He is as honest as they come and you can rest at ease knowing that the job will be done right. He will give you 100% in every job and you will be amazed at the result.
I am proud to have him as a friend and hope to have him do several more M151A2's for me in the future. Thank you Frank for everything you have done for me. Lyle Wallace Clarksville, Tennessee