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November 21, 2007

Need A Job? Hot Rod Fabricator Wanted

By Jen


They say the time between Thanksgiving and Christmas is hopeless for finding work, unless you’re content with temp-retail, mall-Santa, or Wal-Mart greeter kinds of jobs. But here’s a sweet opportunity for an enthusiastic gearhead: how’d you like to build cars at a hot rod shop in California? Bear Metal Kustoms is looking for an experienced fabricator/metalworker to help with pre-1970 restorations and customizations. Jason of Bear Metal seems to be despairing a little at the lack of response so far, so guys, the time to jump on this is now. This job looks like a really sweet deal in a near-perfect garage environment—independent shops are always better places to work than dealerships or national chains, in my experience. Plus it’s a great excuse to move to the California coast, if you’re looking for a change. Contact info for Bear Metal is contained in the thread!

This could be you


Feb 1, 2008 at 4:19 am

This position has been filled.
Bear Metal Kustoms

Jan 31, 2008 at 11:24 pm

Just left a hot rod shop in ca i might be a help to your shop if you would like send me a reply back …

David Rahman
Jan 26, 2008 at 11:52 pm

Is this position still open?


David Rahman
Jan 26, 2008 at 11:52 pm

Is this position still open.


Nov 24, 2007 at 11:51 am

I would help If I lived anywhere close…If you ever want to open an east-coast shop let me know, I am more than willing to help open one.
I had to get rid of my shop for e.p.a. rasons, the land I was on was contaminated and I had to get rid of it… sucks.
Still looking for the next shop…

Check out my profile and leave me a comment if you are interested or know anyone wanting to start something.

Thanx, powerdoctor

Nov 23, 2007 at 8:56 pm

I would look into this if I though my skillz were up to par… Don’t get me wrong I know I have some skillz just not on that leave as of yet. A job like this one can not come half stepping! Besides, I am in Chicago anyway. Don’t waist Jason’s time by calling him unless your serious and you have the skillz to back it up… I know he has gotten a few people with no skills (or wack skillz) calling him… I don’t think he is ready to be teaching anyone anything at this stage of the game… So keep that in mind be4 you bother da man!

Oh and it this offends anyone one… I guess your skillz are not up for the task anyway and you know it! So stop cring… LOL

Jason Pall
Nov 23, 2007 at 6:59 am

Yup… This is for real guys.. I am looking for an experienced car guy.. I don’t care about formal schooling, just good hands on experience. Email me or visit my website and then give me a call..Here is the info as to what I am looking for..

I am looking for another guy to work at my shop.. We are very busy and have a waiting list going right now… I am looking for an experienced fabricator/metal worker.. Here are some of the things the shop does currently.

We restore, build, hot rod, customize 1970 and earlier cars and trucks.
Rust repair, panel replacement, brakes, steering, engine and trans swaps. We build frames, customize frames, custom x members etc. We install motors, trannys, rear ends, bag systems, 4-link, wiring harnesses, brake lines, fuel lines, etc…

Tools: tube bender,louver punch, power bead roller, notcher, shear, box and pan brake, slip roll, vertical mill, 5 foot bed lathe, mig, tig, gas,plasma cutter…english wheel, planishing hammer, manual bead roller.

services we offer, axle dropping 28-48 ford, bones split, banjo rear end torque tubes shortened, drive lines built, king pin fitting and reaming, spring reversing, mill and lathe work…etc..

current projects: 1950 plymouth suburban, 1929 sport coupe, 1966 gto, 1966 mustang, 1931 ford coupe, 1939 dodge coupe, 1956 pontiac safari wagon, 1959 pontiac catalina, 1950 oldsmobile, 1952 chevy truck, 1926 ford roadster, 1927 ford roadster, 1927 Chrysler coupe..

My 3 guys and I can’t keep up. I also own Early Wheel Company building custom steel wheels… I am looking for a motivated worker that can follow directions and work at a fair pace. Pay will be based on experience. I pay hourly wage, some paid hollidays, shop use benefit, workers comp. etc…You can check out my websites listed below… I am looking now to hire now…The shop is located in Morro Bay, Ca. 93442. You can give me a call at the number below… Jason.

805-772-7767 shop 8-5pm pacific


rakesh anand
Nov 22, 2007 at 4:51 am

One of the most interesting message & sounds effective too..

Nov 22, 2007 at 3:12 am

sounds like fun. I wonder if the 20 year old scube can get me there from maine… of course it could. I wonder what skillz are needed as far as schools.

Nov 21, 2007 at 9:28 pm

Sounds like a great time… if only I lived in Morro Bay and actually had any car skillz…

Nov 21, 2007 at 7:42 pm

nice idea!