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Old 28 Jun 2004, 03:12 pm
Snowman
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Default Need body shop in south SF bay (Shameless cross post)

My Civic has gotten a tad shorter, and I am looking for a good body shop
in the south San Francisco bay that can stretch it out again. Aside from
a slight scuff mark at the bumper, there is no cosmetic damage, but a
few structural members are bent out of shape a bit. So, I don't need a
place that can make it look pretty, but a place that can do quality work
on the structural.

I would appreciate any recommendation.

TIA
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Old 29 Jun 2004, 09:01 am
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Snowman wrote:
> My Civic has gotten a tad shorter, and I am looking for a good body shop
> in the south San Francisco bay that can stretch it out again. Aside from
> a slight scuff mark at the bumper, there is no cosmetic damage, but a
> few structural members are bent out of shape a bit. So, I don't need a
> place that can make it look pretty, but a place that can do quality work
> on the structural.
>
> I would appreciate any recommendation.
>
> TIA


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Old 30 Jun 2004, 01:39 am
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Default Re: Need body shop in south SF bay (Shameless cross post)

Here is where I go when my cars are shortened.
They have been around a long time and have done good work on my cars.
Costelli & Pardini's
Auto Body & Paint works
2002 Palm Avenue
San Mateo, CA 94403
(650) 571-7001

On Mon, 28 Jun 2004 20:12:55 GMT, Snowman <freezing_cold@thepole.now>
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>My Civic has gotten a tad shorter, and I am looking for a good body shop
>in the south San Francisco bay that can stretch it out again. Aside from
>a slight scuff mark at the bumper, there is no cosmetic damage, but a
>few structural members are bent out of shape a bit. So, I don't need a
>place that can make it look pretty, but a place that can do quality work
>on the structural.
>
>I would appreciate any recommendation.
>
>TIA


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Old 30 Jun 2004, 01:53 am
Snowman
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Default Re: Need body shop in south SF bay (Shameless cross post)

Thanks to all who replied!

Charlie S wrote:
>
> Here is where I go when my cars are shortened.
> They have been around a long time and have done good work on my cars.
> Costelli & Pardini's
> Auto Body & Paint works
> 2002 Palm Avenue
> San Mateo, CA 94403
> (650) 571-7001
>
> On Mon, 28 Jun 2004 20:12:55 GMT, Snowman <freezing_cold@thepole.now>
> wrote:
>
> >My Civic has gotten a tad shorter, and I am looking for a good body shop
> >in the south San Francisco bay that can stretch it out again. Aside from
> >a slight scuff mark at the bumper, there is no cosmetic damage, but a
> >few structural members are bent out of shape a bit. So, I don't need a
> >place that can make it look pretty, but a place that can do quality work
> >on the structural.
> >
> >I would appreciate any recommendation.
> >
> >TIA

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