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Bad Drivers and Body Work


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After all of the effort with removing the headlights, putting in brighter bulbs and wiring the side indicators to blink, no sooner was I on the road (actually parked in front of my brother's house on a VERY quiet street, the only parked car) and the F%&@#*G I$%&%D across the street from him backed into my P-car. :cursing: He at least didn't try to hide his transgression and came right to the house and fessed up. He even drives a small car, we are on the same road as this guy! :drive: :censored:

Of course he thought it was just a cosmetic thing, no insurance involvement, pay to have it rubbed out. But anyone who drives that F%&*#$G bad doesn't know a thing about cars or Porsche owners. I pointed out to him that he actually move the front bumper toward the passenger's side of the car about 1/4" and cracked that headlight on that side. If he wasn't about 6" taller than me and truly apologetic and willing to pay for everything I might have strangled him. :soapbox:

Bottom line, he agreed to pay for everything as it was clearly 100% his inability to drive (my words). And now the reason for the post. I am in San Jose CA and need to find a Porsche worthy body shop. I can go to the local dealer on Stevens Creek and use them but I thought someone out there might have a suggestion for a great shop in the South SF Bay area?

All suggestions welcome.

Thanks,

Gary

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there are a few bay area locals here on renntech.org, but if you want more opinions, you can also check on babblers.org, which is a bay area boxster group

aloha

steve

After all of the effort with removing the headlights, putting in brighter bulbs and wiring the side indicators to blink, no sooner was I on the road (actually parked in front of my brother's house on a VERY quiet street, the only parked car) and the F%&@#*G I$%&%D across the street from him backed into my P-car. :cursing: He at least didn't try to hide his transgression and came right to the house and fessed up. He even drives a small car, we are on the same road as this guy! :drive: :censored:

Of course he thought it was just a cosmetic thing, no insurance involvement, pay to have it rubbed out. But anyone who drives that F%&*#$G bad doesn't know a thing about cars or Porsche owners. I pointed out to him that he actually move the front bumper toward the passenger's side of the car about 1/4" and cracked that headlight on that side. If he wasn't about 6" taller than me and truly apologetic and willing to pay for everything I might have strangled him. :soapbox:

Bottom line, he agreed to pay for everything as it was clearly 100% his inability to drive (my words). And now the reason for the post. I am in San Jose CA and need to find a Porsche worthy body shop. I can go to the local dealer on Stevens Creek and use them but I thought someone out there might have a suggestion for a great shop in the South SF Bay area?

All suggestions welcome.

Thanks,

Gary

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