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Old 29 Dec 2009, 01:37 am
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Greetings, my CIVIC Si was recently damaged in an accident and I was wondering if anyone can refer me to a good body shop around the area of Montreal and Laval.
A body shop that does extensive repairs, not just paint and fix up rust and whatnot. The car needs some welding due to structural damage to the bars holding the radiator and the AC as well as the lock of the hood.
If anyone knows any good body shop around the area please refer them to me would be greatly appreciated. Thank you
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