Reds Auto Body, guy has probably every cert forbody work possible. great equipement, reliable, fast, and he's not afraid of fiberglass.
iuse him as does my dad. dads caddy got hit by a deer, the replacement light started fogging a couple months after repair, went back to red's, he ordered a new one, and replaced it for free, despite insurance/warrenty not covering the assembly
I suggest Hardyston Collision in Hardyston on route 94, one of the kids who works there has an R32 Skyline. Also both my parents were done by them and they came out excellent. Dads Mazda 6 was rear ended and the frame bent and they fixed it perfectly. Also moms mini cooper was in a fender bender and that came out 99.9% perfect. If I sit there and analyze it for about 20 minutes I think I can see it's a slightly different color but everyone else disagrees haha. Anyhow I super suggest them.
1993 Dodge Stealth ES - 15.048 @ 97.15mph September 2008 ROTM - 196hp/184tq 1992 Mitsubishi 3000GT VR4 -firstname.lastname@example.org @ 14PSI - June 2009 ROTM previously sponsored by Pricematchedparts.com
thanks for the suggestions so far! Everyone else please throw your 2 cents; ask family or even better, friends for some advice.
Stealth TT 92- hmmm I'll have to see, but would love to leave the car somewhere in NJ rather than NY. I would just feel more secure locally.
1320VR4- I might pass by them for an estimate!
It is so hard to find a place that they actually care about their customers. I want to be able to come see my car at any stage and be welcomed. Not have some jerk tell me I cant be there; not sure if anyone else has had that experience. Apart from an investment and thrill this thing car is also my baby. lol. All I ask for is a certified, experienced, loyal, respectful, dedicated, motivated, and enthusiastic body shop. Not some guy in his 40-60's that says a car is just a car and uses commerce to justify his lack of care.
stealth tt 92-
anything near Washington township must be good quality to stay in business, lol.
Do they have computerized multiple point pulling machine? and do they have a
certified bake oven paint booth? Hope I am not asking too much.
I could make them a website in exchange for the body work or at least a good discount.
While looking for parts on Cherry Hill Triplex I noticed they do Body Work and they have a laser guiding computerized frame puller. Sounds legit lol and interesting. Has anyone used them for service or body work before? would you recommend?
i'd have to stop and ask them, i have no clue the type of equipment they have. i'd imagine some pretty good stuff as they do restoration work on muscle cars as well. i think by law they have to have a bake oven, could be wrong. if it is by law, than yes it'd be cert'd
could call local shops and see what they think of the laser frame puller, see if they feel it makes a huge difference or not
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