9734 Dino Drive Elk Grove, CA 95624



Restoring Your Vehicle is No Accident

When your vehicle is repaired properly, it should be near impossible to tell that you have been in an accident. Your paint should be perfectly matched. There should be no visible signs of repair. Your  vehicle should drive down the road as straight as an arrow. Your tires should wear evenly. These are a few examples of the high quality repair you can expect from our shop. We Guarantee it.

The Right Equipment

Our unibody alignment equipment allows us to meet manufacturers’ specifications within 1/100th of an inch to ensure the safety and precision of your vehicle. Our paint is 2011 Chevrolet Camaro LT with an RS Appearance Packageof the highest standard.

Modern vehicles often contain some plastic parts as part of the body structure. We have the technology that is necessary to deal with these materials and the unique problems they present.

All it takes is the Right Shop

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We have the experience, The equipment and the technicians to properly repair your vehicle. Remember, it is up to you to choose the repair facility that you feel will do the best job for you. We will be happy to work with your insurance company to minimize your inconvenience. After all, we are in the business of vehicle repair. So don’t worry; your vehicle will be restored according to our high quality standards.

The Right Attitude…

Each person in our shop, from the receptionist to the repair technician is dedicated to customer satisfaction. We strive to provide quality service and products to you, our client. We treat each vehicle as if it were our own. The reason is simple. If you are happy with the results, you’ll come back the next time you need our services. You may also recommend us to your family and friends.

Our Promise

Your satisfaction is our number one concern. We are proud of our efforts to restore vehicles to pre-accident condition. We use only premium quality parts and paint in our dust free spray booths. We ensure that your safety and performance are also restored to manufacturer’s specification.


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