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Monday, 24 September 2018 21:56

Cadillac Brougham Limo Turned Snowmobile Is Perhaps Peak Canada

Written by Sean Szymkowski, GM Authority

We mean this with utmost respect (because it’s seriously cool), but this Cadillac Brougham limousine turned snowmobile seems like peak Canada.

Managing a collision repair facility today requires an owner to wear many different hats and have a great deal of knowledge, according to Jim Keller, CEO/president of 1Collision Network based in Milwaukee, WI.


First, just a quick note to say I appreciate Autobody News offering me an opportunity to share some of my thoughts, opinions and ideas with you here.

Perfectly recreating the organic design lines of the world’s fastest production car---the iconic Bugatti Chiron---the LEGO Technic life-size model pushes the boundaries of what LEGO builders imagined was possible to build in LEGO elements.

In some cases, cars donated by body shops come with vehicle insurance, gas cards or gifts from local retailers. But in Kathleen St. John’s case, it also came with a job.

Courteous, professional and high-quality---these are some of the words Leila Bates said customers have used to describe the work provided at Bates Collision Centers.

Monday, 10 September 2018 21:58

One of the Last Cars Burt Reynolds Signed Is in KY Body Shop

Written by Connor James, WYMT

In Letcher County, KY, right off of KY-15, one of the last cars actor Burt Reynolds ever signed sits in Rob's Garage, a small local auto body shop.


Depending on what part of the country you're in, most body shops are highly dependent on their insurance partnerships (DRPs).

As a sales and service tech for the past 12 years at Martin Auto Color---a statewide PPG Platinum jobber with 21 locations---Monte Marrott knows that using the right tools is vital to doing a good job when it comes to painting a car or repairing a vehicle.

Tuesday, 04 September 2018 18:06

2 Men, Dog Make 1st Transcontinental Drive in 1903

Written by Domagoj Valjak, The Vintage News

Nowadays, San Francisco and New York City are separated by a seemingly endless maze of roads that traverse the United States in many directions.

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