DOVER, N.H. – It’s not all about cars at Hot Rod City, the Seacoast area’s newest car and motorcycle mecca.
Hot Rod City is a group of five established businesses that got together in a National Guard Armory Building in Dover, which they renovated to create what Sean LaRose, owner of Paintworks Unlimited, calls a must-see destination. The mini-mall will officially open May 31 for a celebration with a car show and open house from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The five businesses in Hot Rod City are a diner, a music shop, two motorcycle shops, and the business that all the others are centered around, Paintworks Unlimited. They were “all located elsewhere and we all kind of knew each other anyways, so we all kind of came into the armory building,” he told Foster’s Daily Democrat.
D-Vision Custom Cycle builds custom motorcycles, does metal fabrication and Harley-Davidson repair. RPM Cycles services late model Harley-Davidsons. Ralph’s House of Tone offers music lessons, instruments, and repairs. And Cherrybombs Diner is a 50s style diner serving classic diner food.
From the Dealernews wires. Posted by Holly Wagner