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RE: Good Autobody shop in New Hampshire/Massachusetts
> Sorry, I must have missed the original message. What is it they won't
ok, you asked for it :-) Here's the story...
My wife backs out of a parking spot in the 89 100 Wagon,
some other woman backs out as well and backs into the
driver side fender crunching the fender ahead of the wheel
and breaks the chrome trim piece as well as put's a crack
in the bumper cover. Metlife the other cars insurer and the
pwner agree it was totaly her fault.
I tell MetLife the other womans insurance I want a new
fender, bumper cover, and chrome edging.
They say we'll replace the bumper cover with a re-manufacture
, chrome edge and we'll bondo the fender.
I say why should I be penalized with plastic in my fender for an
accident you agree was not my fault ?
I lose my mind, talk to the adjusters manager, and my insurance company
and get nowhere.
Meanwhile Metlife sends me a check for less than half of the estimate
I fight with them some more, still get no where.
So I figure Mcdowell's can't fix it correctly for less than half
of what they quoted.
I go out and get a clean boneyard fender, wet sand it myself to the primer
trying to save enough money so that Mcdowells can just paint the fender and
complete the rest of the work as well.
When I call them back to schedule he tell's me they won't do it unless they
do the whole job.
So, Metlife screwed me on the repair monies and I'm stuck.
This is why I need a good body shop to help me get my car whole again.
> > ----------
> > From: Mike Larosa[SMTP:mlarosa@v8q.East.Sun.COM]
> > Reply To: Mike Larosa
> > Sent: Tuesday, March 31, 1998 8:18 AM
> > To: email@example.com
> > Subject: Re: Good Autobody shop in New Hampshire/Massachusetts
> > I beleive that is Mcdowell AutoBody were I had the original estimate
> > done.
> > They are the people who won't do it :-(
> > Thanks,
> > Mike L.
> > > Content-return: allowed
> > > Date: Mon, 30 Mar 1998 20:24:52 -0500
> > > From: "Smith, Kirby A" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > > Subject: Re: Good Autobody shop in New Hampshire/Massachusetts
> > > To: "'mlarosa@v8q.East.Sun.COM'" <mlarosa@v8q.East.Sun.COM>
> > > MIME-version: 1.0
> > > X-Priority: 3
> > >
> > > "I'm looking for a good Autobody shop in the Mass/NH line. I live
> > > in Nashua NH."
> > >
> > > Sorry I don't recall their name at the moment, but at least a couple
> > of
> > > listers have commented on a particular body shop in Manchester. It
> > also
> > > repaired a few areas on my wife's car before we bought it. If you
> > call
> > > Eurosport Motorcar, in Merrimack (424.5100), I'm sure they will tell
> > you
> > > the name; they use them exclusively, as far as I know.
> > >
> > > .... Kirby (Kirby A. Smith)
> > > 2 x 1988 90q
> > > New Hampshire USA
> > >
> > >
> > Mike LaRosa (978) 442-1250
Mike LaRosa (978) 442-1250