About Paul Reeder, Jr.Paul has been a long time antique car owner with his first car being a 1956 Metropolitan Hard Top donated to him in 1970. Paul has owned a 1949 Ford Woody Wagon, a 1959 Edsel 2 Door Hardtop, a 1966 Mustang Hard Top, and a 1967 Ford F-100. He is the current owner of a 1956 Metropolitan Hard Top, a 1954 NKI Metropolitan Convertible, a 1958 Edsel 2-Door Hard Top, and a 1995 Mustang GT Convertible. His 1956 Metropolitan won a bronze Concours medal in 2003.
Paul founded Metropolitan Restoration Service, Inc. in 1999 as a result of his life long passion for antique cars. HHis primary goals are to provide an outstanding inventory of top quality Metropolitan parts and to oversee the overall positive growth of the business.
He is extremely proud of the work done by the shop staff to win both Junior and Senior AACA awards in 2008 for a 1957 Metropolitan Hard Top.
Business & Parts Manager
- Shippinsburg University
- Bachelor of Science - Business Management
October 16, 2012 to July 24, 2015. Duke will be missed - he was a friend to all
Duke has a special story to him as he was born the runt of the litter and was very sick when he was born with water on the brain....the vet was not sure he would make it and was in favor of putting him to sleep as the problems were so major. Jon's wife Jess works at a local vets office, took pity on him and they were willing to rescue him. He has spent most of his time here at the facility and often times in the office as a buddy. He only weighed 4 lbs when he came here at just 8 weeks old. He is now up to 25 lbs. and the vet has been real pleased with his progress with no imminent health threats shown. The vet expects that we will gain an additional 10 lbs. so he will be smaller than most male adult bull dogs. He is a very sweet boy who behaves very well for his age….he spends a lot of the time in the office but he also wonders around the shop and parts area to check things out...the customers and vendors love seeing him.