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08-04-2008 08:08 AM
btrayfors I seriously doubt that they have email. It's a no-nonsense metalworking shop.

Contact info:

T & W Machine Shop in Baugher's Bay, Road Town
Tel : (284)494-3342 // Fax : (284)494-1382
08-04-2008 02:54 AM
Zanshin Bill -thanks for the recommnedation; I've now read several positive posts on Tony so I will be contacting them - do you know if T&W has an e-mail address?
08-03-2008 11:35 AM
btrayfors Can heartily recommend Tony at the T&W Machine Shop located near Fort Purcell in Road Town. Tony's a Brit who does excellent work at a very reasonable price. I assume he's still in business, but don't know for sure.

There are several others on the island, but IMHO they're very expensive.

08-03-2008 08:25 AM
Seeking BVI metalwork recommendations

I've decided to have some work done on the boat while it is on the hard instead of waiting to have it done in St. Martin on my next visit.

I'd like to get the metal pole for a wind generator installed as well as the frame for a dodger manufactured. Does anyone have specific recommendations speaking for a company or person?

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