Collision - no problem

<I>The Eagle/Tina Cook</I><BR>Larry Crow, owner of Grant County Collision and Repair, is ready to repair local residents' cars - whether the damage is due to a collision with another vehicle, a tree or a four-legged creature.

MT. VERNON - Larry Crow, owner of Grant County Collision and Repair, is ready to repair local residents' cars - whether the damage is due to a collision with another vehicle, a tree or a four-legged creature.

Size is no problem, when it comes to fixing dents and repainting rigs. Crow is proud of his large paint room.

"I wanted something big enough that I could paint a semi truck in," Crow said.

Crow came to Grant County in 2005 to paint vehicles for Jesse Madden after gaining considerable experience in the trade. He painted for Freightliner for 10 years, and has a two-year degree in auto body and refinishing.

When Madden changed businesses, Crow started his own. He got his business license a year ago and has stayed busy ever since.

Crow also restores old vehicles, and he uses PPG paint.

People who need auto body work can stop by his shop from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday at 59468 Highway 26, a half a mile east of Mt. Vernon, or call 932-4227.

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