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Old 06-14-2012, 11:40 AM   #1
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Searching for Body Shop in Central PA

I had a close encounter with a pole that tore the rear cap loose in my Itasca Horizon. My Insurance company will pay but not recommend a service organization. I am currently in Gettysburg Farm Campground and plan on being in the area around Reading, Pa for the next several weeks.

Any area would be OK however if I can get this work done quickly.
Can anyone give recommendations Good or Bad about body shops in central PA?

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RVServiceReviews is a good place to start. You could call those listed and ask them where they get their body work done.
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If you want to swing down to Maryland, this body shop has experience repairing RV's:

Restivo Auto Body
5296 Enterprise St.
Eldersburg, MD. 21784

410-795-8790

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Old 06-14-2012, 08:09 PM   #4
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Tom Schaeffers is just north of Reading and been in business a long time. They are a Winnebago dealer and have a great service and body shop.

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