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Old 11 May 2004, 04:21 pm
Jamie
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Default Reliable body shop?

I am in search of a reliable auto body shop to work on the repair of my
Honda's door in the San Gabriel valley area (including Pasadena area).What
I am looking for is a body shop that does the job right the first time and
one that does not use incompetent repairmen and stand behind their work -
not having thousands of excuses on why things went wrong.

We had a rather bad experience with a body shop name Schiro's Auto Body at
7908 lakershim blvd. recommended by Robertson Honda dealership.They skipped
essential parts that were hidden. This resulted in weaker body structural
support, which we found out the hard way.

Any advice and comment from actual customer's experiences would be much
appreciated. Please send your feedback/recommendation to:

purcelia@yahoo.com

Or reply to this post on this NG.

Thank you kindly,

Jamie.
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Old 11 May 2004, 06:09 pm
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Jamie wrote:
> I am in search of a reliable auto body shop to work on the repair of my
> Honda's door in the San Gabriel valley area (including Pasadena area).What
> I am looking for is a body shop that does the job right the first time and
> one that does not use incompetent repairmen and stand behind their work -
> not having thousands of excuses on why things went wrong.
>
> We had a rather bad experience with a body shop name Schiro's Auto Body at
> 7908 lakershim blvd. recommended by Robertson Honda dealership.They skipped
> essential parts that were hidden. This resulted in weaker body structural
> support, which we found out the hard way.


If what you're saying is true, you have grounds for a lawsuit. You
should be talking to a lawyer, not us.



John

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Old 11 May 2004, 08:34 pm
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Default Re: Reliable body shop?

In article <fecbde3ae2dc5c8e702c8349f01c306b@news.teranews.co m>,
Jamie <nospam@me.com> wrote:

> I am in search of a reliable auto body shop to work on the repair of my
> Honda's door in the San Gabriel valley area (including Pasadena area).What
> I am looking for is a body shop that does the job right the first time and
> one that does not use incompetent repairmen and stand behind their work -
> not having thousands of excuses on why things went wrong.


You might do better by asking friends, colleagues, and family who live
in your area for a recommendation rather than a group of complete
strangers.
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