Bodyshop repairs in North West?

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  1. rav4girly

    rav4girly Read Only Funster

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    Hi Guys,
    We have had a little mishap recently when the trusty sat nav directed us down a very narrow road with cars parked either side. Long story short is we took out someones wing mirror and it left a hole in the bodywork. :Eeek: Can anyone recommend a good repair shop in Merseyside or the Northwest?
     
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    I haven't actually used any of these but I intend giving them a visit to see if they can repair / replace our rear bumper.

    http://www.motorhomesukltd.co.uk/offer.html
    http://www.motorhomebodyrepairs.co.uk/aboutus.php
    http://www.crossleycoachcraft.co.uk/home.htm
     
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    Is it the cab (metal) bodywork that is damaged or the habitation (glassfibre) bodywork?
     
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    It's the glassfibre, just behind the cab where the habitation part is wider
     
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    You might want to look for a commercial vehicle builder/repairer, rather than a car bodyshop.

    They will have staff who are used to working with glassfibre, whereas normal bodyshops are usually metalworkers.
     
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