Didn't realize you were local, I used to use Eisele's fifty years ago, but they messed up more than once on my machine work, so I found a couple who where much more careful. Of those only one is still left in business a half century later. I had a full set of inspection tools, snap gauges, micrometers inside and out, calipers to 18 inches and a bore gauge. I checked everything and wrote down the measurements of all of the motors I built.
Of course I think both of the Eisele brothers are dead now, so I can not speak to whoever is running the place today. Just never had a cause to go back once I found a more precise machine shop.
I use A&S Motor Sports located at 7824 Causeway Blvd., Suite B, Tampa, FL 33619 located behind the VFW Lodge on US 301. Give Gil a call (if he is still alive, and has not yet retired) at (813) 677-3981. I haven't seen him in seventeen years or so, but I used to build a lot of motors relying upon his machine work, flow bench and engine dyno.
Gil from twenty years five ago before cell phone cameras.
Used to have four or five Wally trophies in his lobby and a slew of local track trophies from local short tracks and Daytona. Across the street a block over was a shop that tuned mechanical fuel injected engines and did magneto and distributor work.