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skapur
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911 Body Work

Post by skapur » Tue Jul 06, 2010 1:30 pm

Hi,

I have a 2003 911 Carrerra 2--guards red--she goes by Rosie. I had a taxi run into me about 2 weeks ago and dent my door and front quarter panel. I want to make sure I pick the best place to get the body work done. A couple places I'm considering are:

Matthews Carlsen--seem to have good reviews, but a couple very bad ones.
Rector Porsche-Audi--they have a guy named Louise who seems to run their body shop but is not an employee (some outsourced deal). He sounds good on the phone but there really aren't any reviews on them for body shop work I can find.

I'm open to suggestions. I just want the car back to like new condition which it was before the stupid accident.

Thanks for any thoughts in advance.

Sumit

skapur
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Re: 911 Body Work

Post by skapur » Tue Jul 06, 2010 1:43 pm

Sorry--One more to add to the list:

International Sport Motors: Sokol at Euro Motorcars recommended them. Looks like good reviews.

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PAUL LARSON
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Re: 911 Body Work

Post by PAUL LARSON » Fri Jul 09, 2010 1:05 pm

Cologne Auto Body

Good work and good prices.

Ask for Dieter.

Paul

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