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'99 996 C2 Back From the Body Shop

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I thought I'd pay attention and repost this to the correct forum - 996.

I got it back from the body shop. I was backed into and the guy scrapped across my front bumper pretty hard. Luckily all that needed fixing was the bumper, the black trim in the air intake openings and one of the reflector lens where the headlight washers are. All that cost $2200 plus a rental car, which the offender paid for without a sound. That was great and maybe next time he'll look where he's going.

I used a shop in Cupertino CA (near San Jose for those who may not know) by the name of House of Miracles. They did a great job and were easy to work with. They actually finished ahead of the promise date. (sand baggers!) They did something very cool, they put plastic rivets in the bumper's license plate wholes and painted them the same color. And they weren't painted in place so they look very good and if I get busted for no front plate (don't park in Palo Alto) I won't mess anything up when I take them out for the install.

I would recommend them as they were recommended to me by a Boxster owner. See the attached photos for proof.




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