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Question DetailsAsked on 5/24/2011

Any good body repair shops in Atlanta area?

I am an Angie's List member and I can easily get a list of people who are reputable, courteous, etc., but my problem is I have minor bodywork that needs to be done on an old car and this repair is not being funded by insurance! What is a good way to get the job done as inexpensively as possible but still with acceptable quality. The damage is to a 1995 Toyota Avalon and the issues are all cosmetic, not structural. For the record I am in the Atlanta area. Years ago I found a body shop in Stone Mountain that worked wonders ona previous used car but they're no longer in business as far as I can tell. Thanks for any help!

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I always recommend using the List, but if you need just minor repairs, I'd ask around and try to find someone who does independent or side work. Usually the mechanics at a reputable independent auto mechanic shop (such as ones you'll find on Angie's List) will have a good idea who to use or know someone who does the work.

Answered 7 years ago by Helper Monkey 5000




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