[s-cars] Boston area body shop :(

Ian Duff iduff at rcn.com
Wed Dec 18 22:39:43 EST 2002

Dick's Auto Body would be my only choice. Have you talked with them? They
might be able to do something sooner, knowing it's not an elective surgery.
They had a horrendous waiting list when I took my 2000 S4 in for some
non-drivable-denying work, and they were able to fit me in on short notice
well before they would have scheduled me. The work they did, BTW, was beyond
flawless. HTH.
-Ian Duff.
-----Original Message-----
From: s-car-list-admin at audifans.com
[mailto:s-car-list-admin at audifans.com]On Behalf Of Lee Levitt
Sent: Wednesday, 18 December 2002 14:19
To: Qlist; S-CAR-List at audifans.com
Subject: [s-cars] Boston area body shop :(

My wife's formerly pristine pearl wagon was violated by a Nissan Pathfinder
yesterday. Captained by a clueless 16 YO who chose to go when the sign
indicated STOP, the Pathfinder sought to occupy the same space as my wife's
wagon. And won.

Fortunately, nobody was hurt and my wife's wagon sustained only light damage
(creased RF fender and RF door).

My body shop of choice, Dicks Auto Body in Somerville, will look at the car
on Tuesday, but doesn't think they'll be able to schedule me in till *May*.

As you can imagine, I'd prefer not to wait quite that long.

Can anyone recommend a *very* good body shop in the Boston/metrowest area.

This car was a good solid 95 point car and I want it good as new. Perhaps
better. :) And I'm concerned about the ability of a   body shop to match the
pearl metallic.

Recommendations appreciated, both places to go, and places to avoid.

'95.5 S6 avant
'96 A6 quattro avant

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