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Old 09-30-2012, 12:39 AM   #7
notchstang92
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Try Todays Collision in Malden. Top of the line equipment and the work is as good as it gets. Bobby is the owner and is actually a pretty reasonable guy. I'm sure they would help you out and make your car look perfect.

Remember when choosing a shop ask people why they recommend the shop. If its because they got stuff for "free," didn't have to pay a deductible, etc then that shop to avoid. Bodyshops don't give anything away for free, someone always pays.

Also look at a shops equipment. Should have a real booth w/ bake cycle and a prep station. Have an estimate done and it should be on an estimating program not handwritten!!! Handwritten estimates were a thing of the 80's and went bye bye in the 90's. If a shop is still living in the 80's you don't want them near your car. Cars today are nothing like cars of the 80's. Its not even the same metal or repair methods anymore.
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