Precision Restorations Promotes, Hires Employees

Precision Restorations' Justin Benz
Precision Restorations' Justin Benz

Precision Restorations, a St. Louis, Mo.-based classic car restoration and customization company, recently promoted and hired employees to fill managerial positions.  Justin Benz was promoted to serve as the company’s new Client Service and Communications Manager, and Paul Stroker was hired as Parts Manager. 


Benz’s responsibilities include ongoing client correspondence to keep customers informed about their specific restoration projects.  Benz also will oversee all social media and website activities.  Prior to this position, Benz served as the company’s Production and Parts Supervisor.  He also worked as a Production Manager, as well as a Technician, at Precision Restoration.


Stroker’s responsibilities include acquiring new and used vehicle parts for various restoration projects, as well as overseeing inventory and cataloging.  Prior to this position, Stroker was a Sales Associate at a retail hot rod parts supplier where he sold and provided technical support for custom hot rod parts installation.  He previously was a Combat Engineer for the Marine Corps Reserves.


Founded in 2008, Precision Restorations is located at 4151 Forest Park Ave. and provides restoration and customization for antique, vintage and classic cars and trucks.  Specialties include mechanical restoration and upgrades; custom and stock interiors; professional body and trim restoration, and; paint work ranging from driver quality to show quality.  For more information, contact company owner and St. Charles resident Dale Oestreich at (314) 652-1966 or visit their web site at www.PrecisionCarRestoration.com


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