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Body Shop needed... - April 27, 2009, 11:31 AM

Ok i had a little issue with VDOT and the CRX is a little banged up. To file my claim against the state, i need an estimate. Anyone work at one? Anyone know of a good one with free estimates?

just visually, it needs drivers side head light bucket, turn signal, front bumper cover, and driver side front fender. but i really would like a pro to look at it and to get an estimate so i can follow through with my quest to make the state pay for this.

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D&V Autobody off 606. http://www.dandvautobody.com/ They are family friends who have been in business a long time. Their new shop is really nice and they do great work. Tell them Amanda sent you.
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Try this one. This is who our dealership uses. Precision Collison 7901 Kincannon Pl. Lorton va 703-550-9777. Just tell them Sina at Sheehy ford of springfield referred you. I guess they have some deal set up with us. They do give free estimates.
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most body shops give estimates, go to a dealership so you can get the most expensive estimate
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April 27, 2009, 11:49 AM

well its become a very expensive car to repair. thanks for the suggestions. when an unpainted quarter panel on Ebay is $200 shipped... the bill is going to be pretty pricey.


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Quote:
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most body shops give estimates, go to a dealership so you can get the most expensive estimate
Best idea IMO.. did this with my truck.


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most places that ACTUALLY do a full estimate will all be around the same price! The problem is ALOT of them will do a preliminary estimate and will do another one once its tore down! so whoever u go to make sure they ADD UP everything u think is wrong and they charge for the most simplest things!



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