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Neenah-area Motion Products car restoration shop to be featured on TV

7:51 PM, Oct. 13, 2013
Ferrari Club of America's treasurer Daniel O'Toole (left) and Vice President Michael Lambert look over a Ferrari during the club's visit to Motion Products.
Ferrari Club of America's treasurer Daniel O'Toole (left) and Vice President Michael Lambert look over a Ferrari during the club's visit to Motion Products.
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Shiocton native Wayne Obry is proud of the reputation his company, Motion Products, has gained worldwide as a top restoration and automotive services shop for specialty cars.

Owners of classic cars, muscle cars and sport cars worldwide travel to the Neenah area for performance upgrades, custom designs, auto body work and everyday maintenance.

The business, founded by Obry more than three decades ago as a restoration shop for Ferraris, will be featured Wednesday on the new CNBC TV show "Secret Lives of the Super Rich." The episode, titled "Super Rich Beach House & Mega-Ferraris," airs at 8 ...

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