Guy Lamon began as an auto body repair apprentice in 1975. For eight years, he worked as a body and paint repair technician at Center Motors in Riverton, NJ.
In 1983, he became the body shop manager at Fred Beans Pontiac. Guy continued his career throughout the following eleven years managing several local body shops.
In 1994, he purchased Continental Auto Body in Mount Holly, NJ. Continental had been closed for over a year and Guy began Lamon Auto Body with 2 employees.
Guy fabricated his business on the premise that "the customer comes first." Today, Lamon Auto Body boasts an incredible 21,000 square feet of
space dedicated to restoring customers' vehicles and delivering incredible customer service.