Forty years ago, Wayne Abrams launched a one-man autobody shop in
a military town. Today he’s tackling buses, trailers, and trucks—for NASCAR drivers, country music singers and the
U.S. Army. Here’s his all-American story.
Bob Juniper was rockin’ and rollin’
to the tune of $12 million a year at the turn of the millenium. Then business got slow, costs got high, and the balance sheet turned into a bloody mess. Here’s how he pulled his shop back from the brink of oblivion.