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Good Collision Shops in SE?


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Here's the damage. Quoted out at $2500: http://huntsvillecarscene.smugmug.com/gallery/5919917_ubk6F

Now, my question is, anyone have any experience with GOOD collision repair in the southeast US? I know everyone at the local Porsche dealership, and know they can't really do the collision job justice. My insurance company told me I can take my car anywhere. Any feedback appreciated.

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I originally thought it was a large fox or a small wolf. But a person at the local Mercedes/Nissan collision shop (where I'll be taking the car), said he could tell from the hair stuck in between the rim and the tire that it was a coyote. I guess I must have just missed the Road Runner because Wyle E. Coyote was running pretty fast. :eek:

I went to the local Porsche club's meeting and asked a few people. I had a lot of recommendations from them that the local Mercedes body shop was the only place in town. And after I went there and talked to the staff, and saw their attention to detail, I think I should be satisfied.

And I guess some good comes out of this. I'll be able to delete the front license plate and add the RS60 front lip spoilers. :jump:

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