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Yesterday while getting on the highway a guy stopped short for no reason on the on-ramp and I ran up under his truck. Can anyone recommend a good body shop in LA?

Also, can anyone tell me how to maybe reattach the side of front bumper that popped loose in interim? (see picture)

Thanks!

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Yesterday while getting on the highway a guy stopped short for no reason on the on-ramp and I ran up under his truck. Can anyone recommend a good body shop in LA?

Also, can anyone tell me how to maybe reattach the side of front bumper that popped loose in interim? (see picture)

Thanks!

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Can't help with the body shop question, however it looks like you ca nreattach your front nose on passenger side with the plastic pop rivet tyope device that installs in the fender well near the side marker light. Check the other side and you will see the part. I don't have part number, but the local Porsche dealer will surely stock the part and it shouldn't be that expensive even at the dealer.

Demosan Good Luckwith the repair, although it looks like it shouldn't be too bad from your picture. :cheers:

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... Can anyone recommend a good body shop in LA? ...

Porsche sent my new '08 Cayenne to Premier Coach to have a factory paint blem on the fender taken care of under warranty. Impossible to tell it's not factory original. 3053 Los Feliz Drive, Thousand Oaks. (805) 373-7366. They are expensive

I've also been very pleased with Auto Collision Center, 299 E Thousand Oaks Blvd, Thousand Oaks. (805) 374-9445

You didn't say where in LA you are located, so these may be too far out of the way

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Ultimate Coachworks in Culver City. Ask for Gary

This shop is run by essentially the same guys as Premier (the best ferrari body shop in the West but they only work on exotics).

Gary's guys do awesome work.

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