This Hendricks County fix it shop is so much fun to visit.
Big Boys Toys and Restoration in Fayette, Indiana
Set inside the old Fayette General Store, you can’t miss the old buggy attached to the roof! Tin signs adorn the outside and are complemented by an old gas pump. Even so, it doesn’t set you up for what to expect when you walk in!
Bob Peltz tore his first classic car apart forty years ago. Twenty years later he got it put together–and he’s been taking things apart and fixing them up ever since!
This Mr. Fix-It specializes in pieces before 1975. While this may not seem like your typical Indiana attraction, for those of you have never been here (especially those of you who need this type of service) you are in for a real surprise.
Fayette, Indiana RestorationAt Big Boys Toys and Restoration, there is lots of stuff. Shelves of stuff. Stuff of all kinds, in all sizes, and in all colors. It is amazing.
From giant old tube type jukeboxes torn apart and receiving needed repair to old slot machines, there is a whole building here full of things for sale in this Central Indiana shop!
There are those old penny scales and bowling machines–and loads of vintage jukeboxes. Shelves of antique cash registers sat among the old penny scales that are way past their fortune-telling days! But not for long.
Pick out one of these treasures and Bob Peltz will not only dust it off–he’ll restore to as good as new condition (or darn near close)!
Go ThereIndiana small towns are full of interesting and unique things to see and do–until now you just didn’t know where to look.
I can tell you first-hand that Big Boys Toys and Restoration in Fayette, Indiana should now be included on that list. All of us, our kids included, were impressed and amazed!
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