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Topic Title: Dent in the Ride
Topic Summary: Need auto body recommendation
Created On: 01/29/2017 02:28 PM
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 01/29/2017 02:28 PM
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dropsolo

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2015 Honda.
Dent is above the rear window. On the back

It does have some chipping paint so I would just get it popped out but it also needs to be refinished. The wife doesn't care about the debt but the chipped paint is already starting to rust on the exposed spot.

Any suggestions?



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 01/29/2017 03:32 PM
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sharkey

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High Class Motors on New Haven.

 01/30/2017 12:21 PM
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Cuz

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Originally posted by: sharkey

High Class Motors on New Haven.



I'm sorry but I will vouch for NOT going to High Class. I know some of them personally and would recommend going to a professional Body Shop. Not a tint and stereo shop.

 01/30/2017 12:57 PM
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DaveFL76

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Toyota of Melbourne does not only their work, but also is used by Porsche/Mercedes/Audi for all of their body shop jobs. They took longer than they quoted on work done to my car but did really top notch work.
 01/30/2017 01:07 PM
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TATTOO74

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I had a drunk lady recently wreck into my car and Cadillac referred me to either Americas Best or Murrays Collision. As far as High Class goes, they couldn't even put my new rims on my truck without scratching it...

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 01/30/2017 07:31 PM
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dropsolo

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Thank you! I'm going to go with Toyota.

This puppy still feels brand new to me and this is it's only blemish so I really want it done right.

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 01/31/2017 05:32 PM
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sharkey

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Not trying to change your mind but you saw the message that High Class does the work for Toyota, right?

That's how I first met them, when my new Toyota needed repainting after hail storm damage. After they were recommended to me by the people at Toyota who sold me my new Toyota.

The insurance company liked them. I did, too, after they repainted my new Toyota in their paint booth out back.

You may not be choosing anybody else if you choose Toyota. Just sayin'.

 

 02/01/2017 04:14 PM
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DaveFL76

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Originally posted by: sharkey Not trying to change your mind but you saw the message that High Class does the work for Toyota, right? That's how I first met them, when my new Toyota needed repainting after hail storm damage. After they were recommended to me by the people at Toyota who sold me my new Toyota. The insurance company liked them. I did, too, after they repainted my new Toyota in their paint booth out back. You may not be choosing anybody else if you choose Toyota. Just sayin'.  
Interesting. So what I do know is that Toyota of Melbourne has the 'PlatinumWerks' program that does all of the Porsche/Audi/Mercedes work. Maybe they outsource jobs when they get too busy with other work?

As an aside, I've also had paint work done on my 911 at Kelly Ford, and they did a good job, too.



Edited: 02/02/2017 at 07:33 AM by DaveFL76

 02/02/2017 06:44 AM
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sharkey

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Yeah, now that I recall, Kelly Ford took care of a ding on the A-pillar of my 2011 Ranger (wish I'd never sold that truck) and the paint work was flawless.

You may be right about ToyMel and their overflow.

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