very highly regarded by the 356 and 911 guys. Good thing about him is that he runs it out of his house so you can go there on the weekend instead of blue collar business hours (7am to 4 pm) the tractor supply store and Villa Roma Italian food are both worth the trip out there. There is also a Woodcraft in Leesburg. Take another few hours to go to Purcilville and tour the Morgan cars restoration shop - wicked cool stuff there, English wheel, planishing hammer, lead body work, etc. One of the best hardware stores on the planet (Nicols) is also in P-ville.
If it's that sweet green 40 you bought, I'd just power wash it, degrease, wash again, Swedish prep standards, Coroless from Eastwood and then I'd use Tractor Supply paint with the activator to harden it. All this can be brushed on.
John, I only had some small parts of a previous motorcycle done there. I dealt with the then owner, had no problems. Price and timeframe was reasonable. It was, to be honest done in the late 80's/early 90's, so things may have changed.
FRAME? I'd also recommend going with galvanized. One thing I've experienced with powdercoating is that once there is a nick, slice, etc., where water can get in, rust runs rampant bubbling underneath the coating. That's why I will never get anything powdercoated again that will remain in the weather or be subjected to salt, water. YMMV