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Discussion in '360/430' started by kenny1022, Jul 6, 2010.

  1. kenny1022

    kenny1022 Formula Junior

    Feb 10, 2008
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    I damaged the front bumper of my 360 over the weekend and I was wondering if anyone had a recommendations for a reputable body shop in teh Bergen County, NJ area. I was originally thinking Corsa Motors in Englewood.

    Thanks.

    Ken
     
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  3. chrmer3

    chrmer3 Formula 3

    May 19, 2006
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    If its just the typical fiberglass crack(s) & nothing else- anyone with a clue of autobody can make as good as new. Have them remove the bumper from car (fairly easy) repair- paint & re-install..

    Pretty easy repair... Just find one you are confortable with, that will treat her as a special car.

    Do not feel the need to overpay by double or triple, because its a ferrari.. Should be well under $1000 as a typical car would be around $500 for a normal bumper, removal, fix, repaint, replace..
     
  4. SoftwareDrone

    SoftwareDrone F1 Veteran
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    Save some money and remove the bumper yourself. Very easy.
     
  5. E60 M5

    E60 M5 Moderator
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    Jan 2, 2006
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    Karosserie in King of Prussia, factory authorized repair facility and they do great work. For sure on the high side of things, but worth the call.
    Also, there is another factory authorized repair facility in Jersey some where, forgetting the name, call a dealer up there and ask them.
     
  6. enzo thecat

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    Jan 27, 2008
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    Karosserie. I have heard great things about them and I know Algar Ferrari recommended them. I even called them to mix up some touch up paint for my Ferrari and they had it delivered to me within 2 days. I always thought that if I'd ever need paint work on my Ferrari, I'd ship it there.

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  8. Bayerische-Leistung 73

    Nov 12, 2008
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    If I were you, I would go directly to Classic Coach Repair. They were Ferrari before Ferrari NA was established. They will do the best for your vehicle. Give them a buzz as I have pasted their link.
    http://www.ccferrari.com/about/index.html
     

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