While the World’s Saddest languishes just a little longer while we tackle some other projects, we wanted to put together a list of a few of the products we offer that just might help you along the way with your swap.
We were hesitant to take on another build though, because above all else, we’re a small shop by design, and we want to take excellent care of our existing customers. As a result, we don’t take on too many new projects these days. But after speaking with Joe, learning more about him and what he was looking for, we felt that he was such a good fit for the shop we just couldn’t turn him down.
And what’s with the rig’s name? Well, in addition to being an all around great guy, Joe is a disabled combat veteran who knows a thing or two about just that … shrapnel. Moreover, he’s also a retired police officer, current small business owner, and jokester extraordinaire. All in all, we loved working with Joe and are so grateful he reached out to us! Interested in hiring us to do your build? Thanks for the compliment! But … read this first.
We used our very own Adventure Vehicles NW products to bring this build to life. Doing your own Cummins swap? We want you to have all the tools you need to build your dream rig. Check out some of the products we used below:
The short answer? Probably not, but thank you for your inquiry.
The longer answer?
We’re a (very) small shop.
We don’t intend to grow anytime soon.
We only book projects that (1) Joel is excited about and (2) the customer is very excited about.
Still interested? We are booked for 2022. We will again consider new projects starting in September 2022. Priority consideration given to (1) fun projects with (2) awesome owners who (3) understand that projects take as long as they take to get it right and (4) cost what they cost.
Think you might be a good fit? Send an email to Melissa@Jonesys.com, bearing in mind that we won’t be committing to anything new until September 2022. Tell us what you want to build, assure us of your patience and positivity levels, and inquire about how we do business so that when you receive an invoice, you are 100% confident that your money has been spent efficiently and with respect for your bottom line.
We have the world’s best customers and we plan to keep it that way! Thank you so much for your interest; we appreciate it.
Here’s the deal: We’ve been running hard these past few years. We sold a beloved diesel swapped Suburban on Bring a Trailer. We built our first Fummins. Our website grew 5 times over its start a few years back. We’ve seen Camaros, Corvettes, and Land Cruisers come and go. We’ve bought and sold school busses. And we’ve had a steady stream of customer projects spend time in our shop.
Along the way, we’ve had a whole lot of fun. But what we haven’t had is time to keep the shop in tip top organizational shape. After awhile, this gets old. Nobody wants to be tripping on chains or searching under empty bottles for the tool you need. It’s been a long time coming, but it’s time to take a pause and get the shop cleared of clutter and cleaned up.
You know we’re not headed to the Target basket aisle though, so we’ve got to build some custom solutions for our specific tools. And first up is this stand to organize our truckers chains and tow chains. This was a fun, straight forward project and a happy first step toward getting this place picked up.